Warmer weather means a lot of things to a lot of people. However, when the snows melt and the sun starts shining there are few things we think about more than spending some time on one of the various Georgian Bay Golf Courses!
Georgian Bay Golf Club
It’s hard to start this list off with anything but the Georgian Bay Golf Club! If you’re looking to give your golf skills an adequate test, look no further as every hole brings a unique challenge. You’ll also have access to plenty of training areas too.
When you’re done honing your swing, take a break and enjoy some food in the beautiful clubhouse that includes the bar, patio, and well-stocked shop.
Lora Bay Golf Club
Lora Bay Golf Club has beautiful views and a challenging course for all skill levels. You might even get a glimpse at some white-tailed deer while you’re there!
Membership also comes with access to the driving range, short game area, and preferred tee times during busy play times. You’re also going to love every single one of the dishes at the Bistro!
Cranberry Golf Course
With a good mix of expansive fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and a few water hazards, Cranberry Golf Course is a good challenge for both beginners and pros. You’ll also be taking in the stunning natural scenery and clear blue waters of Georgian Bay.
While this list is definitely all about golfing, you’ll also be steps away from award-winning dining, spa, and Collingwood’s largest outdoor patio! Take in some live music and enjoy some traditional pub-style food between the front and back 9!
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What could be better than a course with rolling bentgrass fairways, 86 bunkers, ravines, creeks, lakes, and elevated tee shots? All of that, but set against a mountainside backdrop!
One of the best parts about visiting the Monterra Golf Course is that you’re just a short walk from The Village at Blue Mountain too! Stay, eat, shop, and golf? Sounds like a fantastic weekend to us!
Meaford Golf Course
The Meaford Golf Course will have you golfing a historic (opened in 1934) and picturesque course that includes a fair challenge for many skill levels. You might even see some extensive wildlife, such as deer, foxes, beavers, and various birds.
One unique feature of this course is the ability to get a quick round of golf in. While the 9 and 18-hole options both loop to the clubhouse, so does the 4th hole! Perfect for when you’re strapped for time, but really want to play a few holes.
Batteaux Creek Golf Club
While this one is a little more inland, that doesn’t mean it’s any less beautiful! Batteaux Creek Golf Club offers a tantalizing mix of risk and reward with manicured bent grass fairways, oversized true rolling greens, and hazards in the form of plentiful bunkers, natural areas, lakes, and ponds.
They also offer plenty of leagues, training courses, and tons of food options at their full-service restaurant.