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Carman Creek Golf Course
Highway 105, Lower St. Marys, Fredericton, NB  E3B2C9
Tee Times: 506-472-7273 Toll Free: 866-472-7273

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Snow (2–5 cm.) starting in the evening.

Mostly cloudy until afternoon.

Snow (4–10 cm.) starting in the afternoon.

Mostly cloudy until evening.

Mostly cloudy starting in the afternoon.
Date: 2007-Jul-24 Review by Dan P
    Greens are an average size for an executive style course. Not much contour.
    No real yardage markers are required as the scorecard yardages are quite accurate. However, yardage markers are present on the par 4s. Par 4s are tight and using a driver off the tee can easily produce reward or penalty.
    Tees were a bit uneven and worn.
    Signage shows hole layout so a scorecard is a must carry.
    Three sets of tees varying by about 10 yards each.
    Flat course. An excellent walk for senior or a young family. A great learning course.
    If you're staying at the Ramada in Fredericton you can get a discounted green fee. Check with the Proshop before you play as there are some daily specials.
    Carman Creek seems to get increasingly more difficult from start to finish with yardage increasing on almost every hole.
    A nice view of the St. John River can be seen from a few locations.
    No beverage cart seen or expected.
    Carman Creek should only take about 1 1/2 hours to play. Proshop attendant informed me of the Men's discounted pricing the night before the day we played. Thanks!
    Stop in for the basics at the Proshop. Proshop is used for the Carman Creek 9 hole course, driving range, and mini putt.
    Scorecard is simple and shows the basic course outline. Course follows a near obvious route.
    Apparently the course gets flooded every spring by the St. John River. It's quite remarkable that this course can recover to decent playable conditions.
Photos: 2007-Jul-24

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