6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Great baskets.
Very well maintained (volunteer-based).
Isolated (little to no interference from pedestrians).
Great layout and flow (there really is a front and back 9 with the parking lot in the middle, and you can play them in either order easily)
Great mix of open/tight long/short holes.
Great mix of required shots (You'll need all your tricks to score well).
Some ace runs, and plenty of birdie opportunities if you plan your shots.
Not easy to lose discs (except in the snow).
The difference beteen the long and short tees provides pletny of potential layouts for the course/each hole.
Great winter course. Good for glowie also.
Benches and/or picnic tables in key spots.
Good coverage from older trees throughout course.
Free! With lots of parking.
Cons: Natural tees (even with the great mainentance, they are natural).
Since some grade changes nearby, drainage has been a bit of an issue lately, and there is a bit of a water hazard in a not-so-great place #11, that you've got to walk around between #17 and #18, but certainly wont spoil a round.
There can be a fair bit of golfer traffic as it is a popular course, but it is easily managed with this course layout (almost no overlap).
Other Thoughts: You'll need to be super consistent to score well here, and a mistake here or there can be costly.
Careful on the 9th. :)
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: No two holes the same, good variety, with elevation challenges, tight technical holes, open grassland holes, and everything in between. Dual Tees with good flow and navigation. A map is available, but wasn't really needed, as you could easily find the next hole by looking for a well groomed path. Tidy course, and obviously well taken care of.
Cons: Woodchips can get a bit slippery at times, course would be improved with the addition of cement tees.
Other Thoughts: On a recent tour of 8 lower Ontario courses, including the better known 'Toronto Island' course, this was the hands down personal favorite of our little threesome.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Nicely designed course on the outskirts of Toronto. Wooded and open holes, including some elevation changes. Short tee's give you plenty of birdie opportunities, and long tee positions are tougher than they look. Players with lesser distance in there throws can compete at both tee positions. The course reminded me a lot of De La Vega in California, except smaller/shorter.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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