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Eagles Nest Golf Club
10000 Dufferin Street, Maple, ON  L6A1S3
Tee Times: 905-653-4653 Clubhouse: 905-417-2300 Fax: 905-417-0525

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    Even the most seasoned golfer will find unique challenges on this course.
    The features that golfers are most likely to remember about a round at Eagles Nest are its undulating fairways and uneven lies, the nasty revetted pot bunkers, the massive sand scars and fescued dunes. The course changes character on Holes 3 through 7, plunging into the valley formerly known as the Honey Pot Ski Centre. Dramatic elevation changes and forested valley slopes covered with towering white pines are the back drops for these holes.
    Evoking memories of the very origins of the game, this absolutely stunning links layout, crafted by renowned golf course architect Doug Carrick, is an exquisite blend of tradition, nature and design. Whether impressing clients or hosting your company tournament, our attention to minute details will make the difference and make your visit memorable.
    A perfect blend of rugged sand dunes, sod wall bunkers, fescue grasses and fickle breezes makes every round at Eagles Nest Golf Club truly memorable.
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Date: 2012-Aug-14 Review by Dan P
    Just north of Toronto in Maple, Ontario there's a course named Eagles Nest Golf Club that I knew nothing about. After winning a contest through The Score ( I was able to play this remarkable course. Not only was I playing a top-notch course but I also had the pleasure of enjoying my round with ex-Toronto Blue Jay, Joe Carter. Now just how great is that?
    A chat with a veteran starter at the course who grew up in the area indicated that the course was built on a quarry. For years the earth went out and when the course was built the earth was brought back.
    Upon entering the Eagles Nest property it feels like you've entered an ecosystem where the course feeds itself.
    The layout of Eagles Nest is exceptional. It's not often I would rate a course with a perfect score but Eagles Nest deserves it.
    The generous greens all have unique contours and pin positions can be made easy or difficult depending on the necessity of the event.
    Fairways are well-manicured and bunkering is prominent, varying in size and depth.
    There are six tee boxes with yardages ranging from 5183 to 7476 yards.
    The clubhouse is one gorgeous building both inside and out.
    To single out any hole as being great would be an injustice to all the others. Eagles Nest is one special place.
Photos: 2012-Aug-14

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