Good Course if you can navigate it.
Pros: Lots of different shots required, both long and short as well as technical.
Hole 14, into the wind with a drop 5 feet behind the pin is a fun one!
Cons: Short tee boxes are just posts in the ground
No indication of where the next tee if from the current holes tee box. The course doesn't flow logically in some places so this is an issue. (Take a picture of the map at the start to help with this)
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course is long and tough. Accuracy and distance are required. There are still a few ace runs too. The course is extremely well designed, with every hole having defined lines toward the basket. Lots of OB, and water make the course even more challenging.
Cons: Watch for poison Ivy.
The course can be very very busy with people causing long waits.
It will demoralize you if you're not playing your best (not really a factor in my rating, more or a pro to some I imagine, but nice to know regardless)
Other Thoughts: Its a great course that will challenge even the best of the best. Two holes played as par 4's during a recent professional tourny held here. So that gives you an idea of just how tough it is.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Fantastic layout, great flight lines, good variety of shots required, exceptionally well groomed, dual tees, dual pins
Cons: Can't really think of any.
Other Thoughts: This is a must play course in Ontario. It has everything from tight corridors, water, elevation changes, open blasts, all set among mature 100 year old trees. A beautiful course, and a blast to play.
3 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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