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In 1957 a group of far-sighted individuals formed a non-profit corporation, purchased farmland in what was then the Township of Beverly and retained the services of renowned Canadian golf architect, Clinton E. "Robbie" Robinson, to design an 18-hole course on the property.
A swimming pool was built first and was the start of the golf and country club. The first nine holes opened for play in 1959, and the second nine was completed one year later. The founders of the club wanted a "spacious course", and asked Robinson to create distinct holes, a variety of shot values, and to ensure the holes were routed to avoid parallel fairways and holes. The course was constructed on naturally rolling terrain, which includes a creek and a small lake. Thousands of trees â€" maples, oaks, tamaracks, and willows â€" planted during construction, are now mature woods enhancing the natural beauty of the location. Today, with its challenging par-70 layout and excellent conditioning, Beverly is often referred to as one of the best kept secrets in Canadian golf.
The golf course and facilities have been improved continually over the past five decades. Notably, in 1999 the classic course design was updated by Doug Carrick, one of Canadaâ€™s most in-demand golf course architects, and a former apprentice of Robbie Robinson. In 2005, Beverly opened the doors of its new clubhouse and swimming pool, which provide modern amenities and an inviting and comfortable social setting for members.
While much has changed and improved over the clubâ€™s history, the primary objectives of the clubâ€™s founders remain intact, and have been fulfilled â€" that Beverly Golf and Country Club provide its members an outstanding, time-honoured golf course and a great place to socialize.
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3037 Quail Run Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1T3S1
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