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Colonnade Golf & Country Club
2789 Woodburn Road, Joyceville, ON  K0H1Y0
Tee Times: 613-542-4779 Clubhouse: 613-542-6411 Fax: 613-542-4184

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    Regarded as Kingston/Gananoque's #1 golf value. Abundant water hazards and dog-legs surrounded by award winning landscaping and gardens. Varied tees make the game challenging for all levels. EXCELLENT tournament facilities.
    Family owned and operated with an excellent reputation for quality customer service.
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Date: 2007-May-12 Review by Dan P
    Nice shape greens, good speed, and best of all the rolls were true.
    The 11th and 13rd hole share a large 'L' shaped green. You never realize the green is shared until you're almost on top of it. In the centre of the 'L' is a bunker which provides a good cushion for anything errant.
    Well marked fairways, even to the point of having flags identifying the edges of water hazards. For originally being farmland I got no indication I was playing on a pasture.
    Average shaped tees and condition.
    The par 3 14th has a nice elevated tee.
    On hole 15 the ladies tee on the scorecard is noted as being 93 yards ahead. It was more like 9 yards (actually 25 by my pacing).
    On most tees the Ladies Reds were very close to the Men's Whites. I'd get the yardages checked again.
    Playable by every one with just the right amount of challenge.
    If this course were a little closer to home I'd stop by often. The price was more than far for the quality of course.
    Although I scored well I chalked that up to a good game rather then an easy course.
    Not a spectacular course for beauty but the course is well maintained. I didn't notice anything in disrepair or anything being a "work in progress".
    One thing missing was a beverage cart. I didn't see one the entire day nor do I know whether Colonnade has one.
    Colonnade appears to be a family owned operation so a little more care goes into the business.
    The Proshop is attached to an old barn and silo. For its size it is amply stocked and prices are very fair. I almost bought a putter.
    The clubhouse "gets the job done" and seems very homey to the regulars.
    Additional ball washers are available for tees that are far apart. Bonus!
    Easy navigation and a relatively quick play course. The back nine seemed to slow up a bit and I'm not quite sure why.
    A little off the beaten path and not too far from Kingston. One golfer stated he liked Colonnade because he could always get a tee-off time. The course seemed busy enough not to indicate a large number of vacant start times but probably easy enough not to wait too long if you're a walk on.
    I understand Colonnade wins the top Kingston award for gardens and landscaping once all the flowers are planted... they have them all over the course... with a full time gardener.
Photos: 2007-May-12

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