Dundas, ON 
Christie Lake Conservation Area Share
Uploaded By: Morlock Hole #2 (Taken 10/2012)
3 / 207ft.   3 / 255ft. Par / Distance:
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Rivals the best in the province

5+    9/18/2014   10/4/2014
Review By: Bobbily
Played: 37  Reviewed: 21  Exp: 12.5 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Incredibly well maintained course. Great variety of long short, open and tight technical holes.
Beautiful setting, in a conservation area. Course is dedicated meaning very few park users come up to this area of the park. Many times i play this course without seeing another soul for my entire round. The hanging basket on 15 is great fun. Elevated tee pad on 7 makes for a great ace run, and shooting over the valley on 6 to the basket 350' is a hole I dream about. The local golfers here are also fantastic. I've had many lost discs returned to me, and met some wonderful folks out on the course. While pros might not find the difficulty here that something like Ward's Island presents, for intermediate players it'd be hard to find a course that is this much fun to play in a setting as serene as this one. Go play it. Also, new chains recently.
Cons: You have to pay to get through the gates. The money goes to the Hamilton Conservation authority which I'm sure helps to maintain the course.
Other Thoughts: Facilities available. Hole 10 might be a bit difficult to find through the path to the far end of the parking lot as you walk off 9. You'll pass basket 17, walk through a bog of sorts and come out at #10 tee pad on the other side. There is a small sign there directing you.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Great way to spend the day

5+    8/30/2012   8/30/2013
Review By: mandrew.manlypants
Played: 7  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 5.6 Years
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Fun & challenging course in a great location. The park is very clean & large and the course takes you through a good part of it. It's like being on a frolfing adventure through the meadows & woods. My favourite course in the area by far.

Some pretty long & open holes, nice to be able to really whip those drives without having to worry.

Course is pretty easy to navigate, though if you do it on a nice day you might find people relaxing or bbq-ing in the middle of the course. Don't they realize that space is there for frolfers?? =P
Cons: Have to pay to get into the park. I haven't figured out a good way to get around this one, but it's worth doing especially if you bring a picnic & spend some time there afterward.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

One of the best in SW Ontario

5+    3/23/2013   11/2/2011
Review By: 3j0hn
Played: 84  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 11.8 Years
This review was updated on 3/28/2013
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a fun technical course with a good variety of holes and good use of the elevation.
Tee pads are large rubber mats and all tees are well signed and easy to find. The maintenance has been excellent over the past few years! There is a (flush!) bathroom close to tees 1 and 10.
Cons: Entry fee of $9 (+$5 per additional person in peak season) is almost as bad as Bronte Provincial park. This is mitigated by the fact that the entry system is automated with credit card payment so you can still play early or late in the day when the gate is not manned.
Other Thoughts: This course gets better every season.

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