About the Course

Tour the Course


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Hole 1
Hole 1

This straight away 358 yard par 4 is a fair test for a starting hole with water located short and to the right of the green. However, your immediate concern is to clear the tree that stands in the middle of the fairway 185 yards from the teeing ground.

Hole 2
Hole 2

This 493 yard slight dog-leg left hole is the shortest par 5 on the golf course. Trees line both sides of the fairway requiring a precise tee shot.

Hole 3
Hole 3

This 120 yard par three is the second easiest hole on the course. The green however is well mounded and bunkered demanding an accurate short iron tee shot.

Hole 4
Hole 4

Prepare yourself! This 445 yard par 4 is easily the hardest hole on the course. The ideal shot is a long draw around the dog-leg, avoiding the trap in the middle of the fairway.

Hole 5
Hole 5

This 356 yard uphill par 4 dog-leg left hole is a sneaky short hole. From the tee, trouble looms both to the right amongst the trees, and left with a collection of bunkers.

Hole 6
Hole 6

Number 6 is a straight away 388 yard par 4 which usually plays into a prevailing left to right crosswind. The hole is designed for players to execute a precise approach to the largest green on the course.

Hole 7
Hole 7

This 181 yard par 3 is a demanding hole requiring a well negotiated mid or long iron shot through the myriad of bunkers protecting the entrance to this split level sloping green.

Hole 8
Hole 8

Here is your chance to score! Number 8 is a 503 yard dog-leg right par 5 with a generous fairway. This is a classic risk/reward hole. A sand trap is placed on the right side of the fairway 230 yards from the tee with a water hazard just beyond to the right.

Hole 9
Hole 9

The front 9 ends with a straight forward 410 yard slightly uphill par 4 which usually plays downwind. The green is guarded to the right by two large bunkers.

Hole 10
Hole 10

This 430 yard par 4, ranked #2 in difficulty will test your game early as you head to the outward nine. This hold is long from the back tee area and plays into a prevailing west wind.

Hole 11
Hole 11

A true three shot par 5, this 520 yard hole is quite intimidating. Your first impression will have you notice the trees along the entire left side of the hole, and the water hazard to the right.

Hole 12
Hole 12

The 350 yard 12th hole is the first of four holes that follow the scenic and ever present Aultsville Creek. The safe play is a 200 yard tee shot leaving you 150 yards mid to short iron shot to a small rolling green.

Hole 13
Hole 13

This is a short yet deceptively difficult 108 yard par 3. In the immortal words of Jack Nicklaus; "Beware of the short holes".

Hole 14
Hole 14

The crowning jewel of Upper Canada is the 547 yard par 5 fourteenth affectionately known as "The Monster". It is by far the most picturesque hole on the course. The trees to the right side stretch the entire length of the hole.

Hole 15
Hole 15

Fifteen is a charming 141 yard par 3. The green is tricky, and is completely surrounded by four bunkers and the Aultsville Creek. What makes this hole so interesting is the angle your approach shot must enter the green.

Hole 16
Hole 16

On the surface, this 377 yard hole appears to be mundane. However, her bite is worse than her bark. This hole is surrounded by trees, and a hazard that cuts diagonally across the fairway 140 yards from the green.

Hole 17
Hole 17

After playing the last five holes, it is almost a relief to play this 341 yard dog-leg right par 4. This hole has a large fairway with a sand trap on the left side.

Hole 18
Hole 18

The 18th hole is a pretty finishing hole measuring 353 yards that plays uphill to the green. This hole is framed by sand traps on either side, a pond to the right, and a large old Willow tree just beyond the tee leaving the golfer with a classic memory of an old parkland golf course.

Upper Canada Golf Course

13745 County Road 2
Morrisburg, ON, K0C 1X0
Tel: 1-800-437-2233 or 613-543-2003
getaway@parks.on.ca

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