Virtual Tour

                          Layout

                   Scorecard

                   History

 

Minutes & News

 

NLGCLogo.gif (7261 bytes)

 

Outstanding practice facility

Certified Instruction

18 Holes

 

 

For tee times and registration

Call the Pro Shop

(705) 647-6651

 

18 Holes $40.00

   9 Holes $28.00

Range Balls:

 large $8.00, small $7.00

Click the tee marker for a Virtual Tour of each hole 

 
Hole # 1                 

 Par: 4

Yardage: Black 349, Gold 339, Blue 339, White 342

Handicap: Men 11, Women 12

Wind: From the right hurting

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Pond on the right is reachable (240 yards ) so keep it down the middle or the left side of fairway. Out of bounds left is 40 yards left of fairway and shouldn’t come into play.

Approach: Easy short iron to the green that is bunkered on the right side. Long is out of bounds.

Green: Flat green, much smaller than on the front side so any put can be made.

 

 Hole # 2

 Par: 3

Yardage: Black 175, Gold 160, Blue 155, White138

Handicap: Men 15, Women 18

Wind: From the right hurting

Green Hold: Fair

Drive: Trees and creek halfway between tee and green guard this green. Keep your tee shot in the middle or on the right side. Hazard all down the left side is unplayable. Bunker right front is a common collection area

Green: An elevated green that is fairly flat. Hard to stick this green in mid season

 

Hole # 3

 Par: 4

Yardage: Black 383, Gold 376, Blue 305, White 305

Handicap: Men 3, Women 14

Wind: Helping from the left

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Through a chute of trees over a creek, trouble all down the left side for 280 yards. Pond on right is reachable. Stay down the middle or right of center to play safe. Bunker on the left will protect marginal shots from going into the hazard left.

Approach: Usually coming into this green with a mid to long iron. Bunkers left and right eat up a lot of balls during the year. Aim for the center of the green. Long is not a good shot, it will leave you with a difficult shot from a severe down hill slope.

Green: Fairly large green for the back 9. Slopes slightly from back to front. Stay below the hole where possible, down hill putts on this green are very quick.

 

Hole # 4

 Par: Men 5, Women 4

Yardage: Black 470, Gold 465, Blue 465, White 367

Handicap: Men 5, Women 6

Wind: Hurting from the right

Green Hold: Fair

Drive: Trouble all down the left. To clear the creek is 175 yards on the fly. Bunkers on the right tend to catch a lot of balls as players bail out to the right. Slight dog-leg left, you either want to be on the right edge or left edge of the fairway.

Approach: Second shot usually brings the trees at the corner of the dog-leg into play. The location of the your tee shot will determine how difficult the hole will play. Three wood or long iron will reach this green providing you can avoid the three bunkers guarding this small elevated green. Option two is to lay up just left of the 100 yard marker to open up the green.

 Green: Small elevated green, very hard to stick. A flat green that slopes off severely around the edges. One of the hardest greens to hit in regulation.

 

Hole # 5

Par: 3

Yardage: Black 160, Gold 155, Blue 150, White 147

Handicap: Men 17, Women 16

Wind: Hurting

Green Hold: Fair

Drive: Mid to low iron to this green. Bunkers guard the front of the green left and right and playing your second from the sand will bring higher scores into play. A third bunker guards the whole left side of the green. Aim for the center of the green. Long right or center is okay.

Green: Green is fairly wide but not deep and hard to stick. Green slopes slightly left and back to front. Get to the center of the green and you will have a realistic chance at birdie.

 

 Hole # 6

Par: 4

Yardage: Black 370, Gold, 362, Blue 362, White 344

Handicap: Men 13, Women 10

Wind: Helping from the left

Green Hold: Fair

Drive: Down the middle as usual is good. Left hand side of the fairway opens up the green. If you miss right the bunkers on #5  fairway can come into play and will make it difficult to get to the green in regulation. Long right will put you in the hazard. 

Approach: Middle of the green or short is the place to be. Bunkers guard the left front and right front of this green. Long over the green makes it one of the most difficult chips to any pin location.

Green: Green slopes hard back to front with an elevation change of 5 feet. Stay below the hole and you will have a chance.

 

Hole # 7

 Par: 4

Yardage: Black 394, Gold 373, Blue 373, White 356

Handicap: Men 7, Women 8

Wind: Hurting from the left

Green Hold: Fair

Drive: A drive down the middle or left will give you a chance to reach the green in regulation. A miss right will land you in jail, behind large willow trees.

Approach: Mid to long iron approach to this small hard green. The green is guarded by bunkers front left, front right and back left. Over the green long is out of bounds so club selection is important.

Green: This green slopes off the left, right and front edges which makes it difficult to stick your approach. Middle of the green is safest place to give yourself a fairly flat put to any pin location.

 

Hole # 8

 Par: 5

Yardage: Black 485, Gold 485, Blue 485, White 435

Handicap: Men 9, Women 2

Wind: Helping from the left

Green Hold: Good

Drive: A 250 yard drive will get you to the top of the hill for any realistic chance at eagle. Keep your drive down the left center to shorten the hole and open up the green.

Approach: You can be aggressive with this wide open approach shot to the green. The bunkers that guard the left front and right front are fairly easy to get out of so go for it in two. There is a pond left but it shouldn’t come into play unless you hit a very poor shot. Lay up is simple, should put you inside of 100 yards leaving a very simple pitch shot.

Green: The largest and softest green on the back 9. You can go for any pin and stick it. Green slopes only slightly back to front so putting will not be too difficult.

 

Hole # 9

Par: Men 4, Woman 5

Yardage: Black 452, Gold 412, Blue 412, White 412

Handicap: Men 1, Woman 4

Wind: Hurting

Green Hold: Fair

Drive: The longest and toughest par 4 on the course. The ideal drive is down the right center of the fairway. A miss right may bring the trees into play but long left is dead. At all costs keep the ball right of the cart path.

Approach: Long iron or fairway wood will be the selection to get to this green, unless you have a good tail wind. A small green to hit with a wood in your hands. Bunkers guard the middle left and right rear of the green. If you have to bail out, bail out to the right to have the best chance at par. Birdies are very rare on this hole and should be cherished.

Green: Fairly hard green that slopes slightly back to front. Getting a par on this hole feels like a birdie.

 

Hole # 10

Par: 4

Yardage: Black 420, Gold 358, Blue 350, White 257

Handicap: Men 16, Women 11

Wind: Helping

Green Hold: Good

 Drive: A good drive would be down the left side of the fairway.  A long narrow fairway bunker lurks on the right side of the fairway 100 yards short of the green. A miss right could get you wet, there is a water hazard, not visible from the tee, right of the fairway 260 yards out.

Approach: You can be aggressive and go for the pin but you must be aware of the large bunker back left and the water hazard right that will come into play with certain pin placements.

 Green: Very large green, two tier sloping right to left. The green is significantly wider than deep. Aggressiveness depends largely on pin placements.

 

Hole # 11

Par: 5

Yardage: Black 568, Gold 524, Blue 510, White 457

Handicap: Men 4, Women 1

Wind: Hurting from left to right

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Large fairway, lots of room left and trouble on the right. Sloping fairway with trap on the right side that will come into play, stay left of center.

Approach: Long hitters can go for the green in two but fairway narrows considerably from 150 yards to green with trees right and left. There is also a bunker on the left 80 yards short of the green and out of bounds long.  Lay up shots are preferred by most players. A good lay up is center of the fairway anywhere from 150 to 100 yards.

 Green: Very large green 120 feet front to back and 60 feet wide. Bunker at the back right to prevent long approaches from going out of bounds. Trees protect left side of the green, so play to the middle of the green. Green slopes from back to front.

 

Hole # 12

Par: 4

Yardage: Black 358, Gold 333, Blue 292, White 244

Handicap: Men 2, Women 13

Wind: Left to Right

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Our signature hole a short par 4, dogleg right, that is very narrow off the tee. Sand trap left is reachable with a driver. Prudent play is to use a 3 wood or 3 iron to lay up left center of fairway. Water hazard on right is not visible from the tee but reachable, stay left.

Approach: Usually with a short iron to an elevated large green with a severe back to front slope.

Green: Three tiered green with a false front. Anything short will roll back off the green. Anything long will leave a severe down hill putt that will be hard to get close.

 

Hole # 13

 

Par: 3

Yardage: Black 188, Gold 180, Blue 150, White 143

Handicap: Men 14, Women 15

Wind: Right to Left

Green Hold: Excellent

Drive: Elevated tee (30 feet) affords an excellent view of the green. Go for the pin or leave yourself with a very lengthy putt. Large waste bunker on the left.

Green: Large flat green with a slight elevation on the rear portion. Probably the softest green on the course. Another option is to land short and have the ball run up onto the green.

 

Hole # 14

Par: 4

Yardage: Black 403, Gold 397, Blue 334, White 299

Handicap: Men 12, Women 9

Wind: Left to Right

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Dogleg right, large open fairway with mounding up the right side. Blind bunker comes into play on the right edge of the fairway 240 yards off the tee. The preferred drive is 260 yards center to left center of the fairway, a 290 yard drive left will find trouble.

Approach: Usually coming in with a mid to short iron, depending on how close you are to the fairway bunker.

Green: Large green sloping back to front with 5 feet of elevation. There is a large bunker on the left front edge of the green.

 

 Hole # 15

 Par: 3

Yardage: Black 185, Gold 172, Blue 146, White 118

Handicap: Men 18, Women 17

Wind: Helping from the Right

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Fairly long par 3 with water on the right side. There is a modest landing area short of the green but anything right must first carry the water hazard. Back of the green drops off quickly and will leave a very difficult up and down for par. A large sand bunker awaits those who miss right and a pot grass bunker guards the left front of the green. 

Green: Large two tired green that is sloped back to front, with an elevation change of 5 feet. Any ball not reaching the upper tier is sure to roll back to the front of the green.

 

Hole # 16

 Par: 4

Yardage: Black 424, Gold 395, Blue 351, White 310

Handicap: Men 10, Women 7

Wind: Left to Right and hurting

Green Hold: Good

Drive: A sharp dog leg left. A 3 wood or long iron off the tee just short of the bunker (240 yards off the tee) is preferred. A blind water hazard lurks on the left side behind the mound.

Approach: Long is not an option and be careful of the hazard on the left side. There are two bunkers, one front left and the other center of the green on the left. They will gather up errand shots and prevent them from reaching the hazard.

Green: Larger green which is fairly flat from the front to middle. From the middle to back of the green is elevated  2 feet.

 

Hole # 17

Par: 4

Yardage: Black 439, Gold 383, Blue 334, White 334

Handicap: Men 6, Women 5

Wind: Helping from the Right

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Keep it down the left side of the fairway to cut off the yardage to the green on this dog-leg left. Watch out for the bunker guarding the left corner of the dog-leg. Long hitters can cut the corner over the trees and bunker which will leave a short iron to the green.

Approach: A mid to short iron to this large two tier green. Bunker on left is the length of the green. Bunker on the right seldom comes into play. If the pin is in the front don’t be long on your approach.

Green: Two tier sloping back to front with a five foot elevation change.

 

Hole # 18

Par: 5

Yardage: Black 548, Gold 507, Blue 459, White 422

Handicap: Men 8, Women 3

Wind: From the right hurting

Green Hold: Good

Drive: Intimidating drive with water right and out of bounds left. Bunker on the right hand side is in play so stay left. Ideal drive is just left of the bunker.

Approach: Going go the green in two is not for the average golfer. Long hitters may try to reach the green in two but must keep to the left of the tall pine and cut the ball into the green. There is no trouble over the green or left of the green. Do not go right. For the average golfer a lay up short of the gully at the 100 marker is advised. Inside of 100 yards will give you a difficult down hill lie.

Green: Two tier green sloping back to front with a five foot elevation change. The green is also guarded by a bunkers back left and front right. Do not be long on a front pin location.

Copyright ©  2013 NLGC  804027 Golf Course Road, Dymond, Ontario P0J 1P0 (705) 647-6651