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Camelot Golf & Country Club is consistently one of the best conditioned courses in the region with bent grass greens, fairways and tees surrounded by immaculately kept bluegrass and even longer fescue and native grasses. Camelot's golf course was designed by the renowned Canadian golf course architect, Thomas McBroom. With a course rating of 73.9 and slope of 136 from the back tees, the course has exceptional shot value, playability, design balance, memorability and aesthetics. "Camelot is really a combination of two characteristics. It's links-style up in the meadowland where the holes are defined by the fescue roughs. The rest is situated in woodsy parkland. It's a great contrast." states McBroom.
Complemented by towering pines, majestic views of the Ottawa River and the Gatineau Hills, Camelot truly is a great test of golf and a wonderful place to call home. Camelot has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s top courses. It was awarded second best new golf course in Canada and rated fifth in North America in Golf Digest 1992. "I think that Camelot is important in a number of ways..." said Mr. McBroom "not the least of which is that it is the first significant addition to the Ottawa Valley golf scene in decades."
From the clubhouse overlooking the Ottawa River, Camelot offers a vast variety of aesthetic and golfing pleasures. Nature did its part by providing stands of tall pines, significant elevation changes and precipitous ravines.
And to compliment the course, Mr. McBroom has created a new state of the art Practice and Training facility which opened in the summer of 2007. This now provides the Members and guests of the Club the most up-to-date practice facility for improving ones golf game with bent grass putting, chipping and teeing area.