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Cedar Glen is a semi-private golf facility offering a challenging 18 hole country course. We are located near Morrisburg Just off the 401 highway near the Upper Canada Village, and only 45 minutes from Ottawa.
Cedar Glen has been in operation for 40 years. We offer a friendly, family operated facility with a driving range and putting green. Our course is mature and very enjoyable to play.
Green fee players are welcome and will find our rates very affordable. Playing a round at Cedar Glen is a relaxing experience that will make you feel good about life in general.
We are fully equipped to service tournaments and special events. Our convenient location near Ottawa and the 401 Highway makes us a great choice.
At Cedar Glen we are one of the first to open, and one of the last to close.
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3037 Quail Run Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1T3S1
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Date: 2007-Sep-23 Review by Dan P
The front nine greens were small in size but in good shape. Rolls were true but tended to be very straight.
Back nine greens were much larger and the ball reacted more to contour. Putt count will probably increase on the back.
I only noticed one green that required a bit of work and that was on the back fringe.
Yardage markers on fairway were reasonable visible.
Front nine tends to be quite tight which back opens more to a links style course.
Fairways are in good shape.
Tees were not overly large but in good shape. Surface was generally flat so it wasn't difficult to find a decent place to stick your tee.
Yardage signs were always available.
I can only think of one green that was not visible from the tee.
Not much in the way of hazards beside some water on the back nine. Bunkers are few and far between.
The tight fairways produce the challenge on the front while the water and greens produce the challenge on the back.
Front nine is 36 years old and consists of 7 par 4s and 2 par 3s. The newer back 9 (8 years old) has a much more modern style and does have a couple of par 5s.
I can only think of one hole (the 18th) where I required a fairway wood.
A few holes and greens are a bit close to the road.
Cedar Glen is about an hour south of Ottawa. A bit out of the way but the price is fair. The front nine is a good place to work on your control and club selection.
Cedar Glen is not a difficult course but the back nine can offer a challenge on a windy day. The front nine can also produce high scores if you can't stay on the fairway.
Country atmosphere with a 'no hurry' pace of play.
Underbrush on the front nine is well trimmed. You can find it!
Hydro lines cut through the driving range and run parallel to the 10th hole.
Kitchen staff always has a smile for you.
Beverage cart was around numerous times.
Marshal enjoyed his job and always seemed interested and helpful with your play.
The clubhouse serves its purpose. Don't expect any fancy meals or drinks. Not overly large but should be able to host an average size tournament. A small patio.
Despite reading the local rules of "proper golf attire at all time" I saw at least 3 men wearing white tee shirts that I wouldn't consider acceptable on a course.
The group in front of us played with 5 the entire game and was visited frequently by the marshal with never a warning or the bat on an eye.
A driving range and putting area is available to help you warm up.
Coupons can often be had which offer a 2 for 1 on green fees. These are usually good for any day of the week (unlike many other courses).
The owner can often be seen performing work on the course.
I usually make an annual trip to Cedar Glen.