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Barry's Bay Golf Club
2937 Old Barry's Bay Road, Barry's Bay, ON  K0J1B0
Tee Times: 613-756-2484 Toll Free: 866-505-0257

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    Our resort provides beautiful accommodation to suit any occasion, and any budget.
    We are surrounded by beautiful lakefront scenery with amazing sunsets and a great environment to explore where you can see wildlife in its most natural habitat. A perfect family vacation destination, our amenities include: a 9-hole golf course to luxurious lakeside view cottages.
    Our scenic golf course and fine dining ensure a memorable visit.
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Date: 2006-Jul-26 Review by Dan P
    Greens were smallish in size. Lots of bumps and imperfections. Cut a bit too long to give a good roll.
    Narrow fairways at the best of times. Yardage markers visible and you'll need to use them.
    Tees were uneven, small, and well worn.
    A great challenge for good golfers. Too difficult for the casual golfer. For some holes you have to guess what lies ahead. You'll never play this course with confidence.
    The course design is unique but some holes are just too tough. A good course to get rid of your scuzzy balls.
    You'll want/need to take a cart!
    The course is very reasonably priced. A plus.
    My wife was a bit turned off because the course was too difficult for her. A minus.
    Tough call on difficulty. A few extremely difficult holes. Maybe you'll like it, maybe you won't.
    Hole #7 is one of the toughest I've ever played. Blind green behind a rock face which you have to trust your instincts hitting to the green.
    Hole #6 has the highest elevation of green to tee I've ever seen.
    Beautiful hills and elevations throughout. Rough forest bordering most of the holes.
    Course would be breathtaking with an early morning round.
    The owner was always willing to please.
    Course does have it's pluses and would probably be more enjoyable if the fairways could be widened a bit more.
    The pro shop is upstairs. I'd move it to ground level, if possible. Simple, at best.
    Cart paths were very uneven and appeared to have speed bumps in them. I felt I was going to get hung up on a few. My water bottle got lost somewhere along the course as my son told me it popped out of the drink holder of the cart on hole #3. I failed to notice.
    It's not worth looking for anything in the woods.
    This course would give a professional a challenge.
    A shame the traffic flow on the course isn't a bit higher because many improvements are necessary.
Photos: 2006-Jul-26

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