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Arnprior Golf Club
38 Golf Club Road, Sand Point, ON  K0A1G0
Tee Times: 613-623-3314 Clubhouse: 613-623-3234 Fax: 613-623-4296

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    Built along a scenic stretch of the Ottawa River, the Arnprior Golf Club has served Valley golfers since 1924. Through the years we have continued the same high standards for hospitality, maintenance and improvement. Arnprior features exceptionally maintained fairways and greens, picturesque views of the river and, first and foremost, tranquil settings for a perfect round of golf.
    Arnprior features a target-style course that spans a total of 6,106 yards. Good shot making is rewarded, as demonstrated by the deceptive Quarry Hole at only 91 yards. The Arnprior Golf Club course accomplishes the difficult double feat of challenging experienced golfers while helping newcomers relax as they enjoy this classic game.
    Our course also features the type of amenities you would expect from a club of this caliber. Guests love our fully equipped pro shop, elegant clubhouse and other touches.
    We can't wait to welcome you for a round of Ottawa Valley golf!
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Ratings: 4   Score: 7.00


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Date: 2009-Sep-23 Review by Dan P
    Greens are in very good shape but not a lot of contour.
    The 3rd hole has a very tiny green and is a fairly long par 5.
    Fairways, like the greens, are in very good shape. Some fairways are quite wide as course design has a few holes bordering each other in a triangular shape. This can offer a wide range for error on one side.
    Yardage markers appear at the 200, 150, and 150 distances.
    Tees are a bit sparse and seem to be very sandy. It almost looks like sand, rather then top dressing, was used to fill divots.
    Very tiny garbage cans at tee signage.
    Three sets of tees ranging from 5300-6100 yards.
    Arnprior needs an identifiable signature hole. Although the 11th hole, with a beautiful man-made pond in front, looks like it should be the hole. Its sub 100 yards from all tees almost takes the water completely out of play.
    My favorite hole would be the par 3 2nd hole because of the large tree left in the middle of the fairway making for a nice high tee shot to green.
    The course layout makes Arnprior look like it has a lot of water. Don't be fooled. Many are shallow ditches and are probably more for run off in the spring or a heavy rain. I found almost every one to be dry.
    No elevation changes that I can remember and hazards are few in the fairways. I can think of only one bunker between tee and green.
    There is a couple of very sharp doglegs on the front.
    You pay for a round what you would expect.
    Power carts are priced on the high end.
    Arnprior is difficult if you stray to the trees. Other hazards normally don't pose a threat to your score. Play safe and your score should be respectable.
    Lots of nice mature trees. Underbrush can be dense and playing out of any wooded area will be a challenge.
    Course is well maintained.
    Course appeared very absent of staff. The Clubhouse did appear to be open when we were finishing the 18th.
    They were missing out by not having a beverage cart on course.
    A friendly "Hello" and "Thank you very much" in the Pro Shop.
    A Saturday and the Clubhouse was closed for lunch. Odd. We couldn't get a drink out of 4 vending machines because they were out of change for a toonie.
    Washrooms are hard to come by. No washroom at the Pro Shop so you'll have to take a trip to the Clubhouse. The 9th hole is the closest hole to the Clubhouse and it has a portable at the back of the green.
    An easy course to navigate and walk.
    May I suggest moving the portable behind the 9th somewhere mid front or back 9?
Photos: 2007-Sep-29

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