One of Toronto's best courses
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Beautiful forested course with plenty of technical play and some nice elevation variations
- Decent long and short pads and signs make it a reasonably easy course to navigate
- Great for almost all levels of player - beautiful environment - cool locals - reasonably close to Toronto
- The local league seems to take good care of this course and have recently replaced the missing basket on the back half
- No course or park fees!
Cons: - With all due respect, not much else to do up near the course - if you love generic big box stores, you'll dig Brampton
- Great location on a park next to the highway, but beware of the rush hour traffic on the 400's highways
Other Thoughts: My friends and I enjoy this course a lot - it's a fun one and far better than ET Seton or Centennial.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Very laid back 18 hole.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Double tee pads on each hole.
Good double chained baskets.
Nice people on course.
Good mix of shots for left and right handed players.
Good course to work on technique for wooded areas.
Cons: Most of the holes were a little short, even after playing the long pads.
Other Thoughts: Very friendly people at this course.
Not a bad place to play if you dont have 4 hours to go play the Island course.
I'll be back.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: The course plays mostly through wooded areas with nice underbrush to punish errant shots. There are a handful of holes that play mostly open with scattered trees in play, many of these have protected pins to add some challenge. A couple holes use a pine forest, including a memorable hallway shot down a row of what seems to be an old xmas tree farm. There's a nice mix of lines to hit here, with a good balance of left and right turning shots in the woods. There's some variety of distance too, everything from 400' shots where you'll get to throw a drive to short tricky ace runs in the woods.
There are dual tees on most holes that change up the shots quite a bit. There are several where a whole different lane through the trees is used from the other tee, and they have enough distance difference to really make the course play quite a bit harder from the longs. The discatchers are in good shape and catch well, and overall the course was pretty well maintained.
Cons: The tees are pretty bad, they're natural and inconsistently marked. Some are difficult to find with no signs or markers visible from a distance. The tees are natural, so many were rutted out and muddy, and few offered flat spots to throw from. There are some navigation issues between some of the holes, a handful of next tee signs would solve this issue immediately. The course plays pretty short overall despite a couple longer holes, even the long tees have a ton of putter shots.
A couple areas of the course hold water pretty badly, we played several days after the rain and there were still deep puddles and tons of mud on some of the low lying holes. A few spots could use a little more frequent mowing.
Other Thoughts: There are a lot of shorter but fun shots here, it's a good time and offers some nice variety. Newer players might find it a little tight, and there's enough rough to frustrate inaccurate throwers, but it's short enough to be approachable. More experienced players won't find it extremely challenging, but especially from the long tees there are plenty of line shaping challenges to keep it interesting.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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