Pocket Guide


No. 1 hole, 185 yards. Par 3
A difficult starting hole, a long iron or even a fairway wood is required to reach the elevated green, which is protected by sand traps and a large tree when the pin is on the right. Most players will push their ball left of the green. A bogey is a good score.

No. 2 hole, 527 yards. Par 5
This is a beautiful long hole down into the valley, not reachable in two. You have to cross about 150 yards of water hazard, and your second shot should be laid-up around the 100-yard marker as the river comes in play on both sides of the fairway. Your approach over a large sand trap will give you an easy par.

No. 3 hole, 157 yards. Par 3
This is the Club's signature hole, with an iron shot or 5 wood over the Magnetawan River to a small green, shaped like an upside down dish. If you don't lose your ball in the water, you'll be glad with a bogey! The drop area is 40 yards to the green.

No. 4 hole, 320 yards. Par 4
A blind uphill tee-shot, with the CNR Railway as a lateral hazard on the right, towards a wide fairway. Your approach will be to a two-tiered green protected by a large sand trap. Leave your driver in your bag and with a good second shot, you'll make par.

No. 5 hole, 455 yards. Par 5
Our second par 5, where you can reach the green in two, giving you an eagle opportunity, this however requires a long accurate drive, over a water hazard, keeping it left and away from the lateral hazard on the right. Then a perfect approach shot to an elevated green protected by a bunker. In any case a birdie hole.

No. 6 hole, 370 yards. Par 4
With a straight drive out of a shoot, a relative easy hole, except that the approach is too a small elevated green, surrounded by a deep rough, more typical of the British Open than the Muskokas. Some prefer to lay-up in front to chip close to the pin for a par.

No. 7 hole, 312 yards. Par 4
Our easiest hole, however it has the most difficult, undulating green and with any slice, or hook for a leftie, the approach may require a lob wedge to clear the trees protecting this beautiful green. With a straight fairway drive a good birdie opportunity.

No. 8 hole, 315 yards. Par 4
A dog leg to the right requires an accurate long but blind iron tee-shot to around the 100 yard marker with a wedge shot towards a small green protected by a front bunker. However, with a driver one can get close to the green and a chance for a birdie.

No. 9 hole, 170 yards. Par 3
A not too hard finishing hole, although protected by sand traps, an acurate tee-shot can bring you within birdie range, to give you the opportunity to beat your partner or improve your score.


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