Hamilton Golf and Country Club

Heading to the Great White North? Pack your clubs because we've found some absolute gems to play.

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Thu, 11 Apr 2013

Hamilton Golf and Country Club

Hamilton Golf and Country Club

The course, known as Ancaster to the locals, is set in beautiful woodland and is well known in Canada. Players praise it for the dramatic scenery and perfectly manicured fairways and greens. Reviews say the longer holes steal the show although the 16th comes under criticism as it poses a blind shot that players do not seem to enjoy.

The club has hosted the Canadian Open five times with the most recent being in 2012 with the winner being Warren Sye.

Consisting of three nine-holes – South, West and East – the championship course is made up of playing the West and South nines.

The club was renovated in the late 1990s to prepare for the recent Canadian Opens.

To play you must be invited by a member.

Architect: Harry Colt, 1914

Length: 6,915

Par: 70



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