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GreyHawk Golf Club (Talon & Predator)
4999 Boundary Road, Cumberland, ON  K4B1P5
Tee Times: 613-822-1454 Fax: 613-822-2350
Email: memberservices@clublink.ca

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    At the 36-hole GreyHawk Golf Club on the eastern edge of the Ottawa, you can savour two distinctly different golf experiences in one great location.
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Ratings: 2   Score: 7.50
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Greyhawk-Predator2010-Oct-10
Greyhawk-Talon2010-Oct-10
Greyhawk2010-Oct-31
Greyhawk-22012-Apr-07

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3037 Quail Run Avenue
Ottawa, ON   K1T3S1
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Date: 2005-Oct-04 Review by Dan P
    Greens were in excellent condition with hardly a blemish to be found. In most cases the greens were larger than normal.
    Wide and spacious fairways, but don't go off them or you'll be in the fescue.
    Four tees to choose from but there is too wide a gap between the blues and the whites.
    Flat and open course. Fairways are a bit too wide. I'd call this course a links design.
    Regular price for a non-member is $65.00 but that's about normal for a private club.
    Personally I find both Talon and Predator easy courses compared to most because of the width of the fairways. I can be rather erratic at times and I still managed to keep most of my shots playable.
    Nothing hideous, nothing exciting to see.
    We were rather surprised that there was a beverage cart around at this time of year. Staff all seemed pleasant.
    The clubhouse was neat and tidy although the prices of clothing and equipment were overpriced (aren't they all?). Very spacious parking lot.
    A beautiful day to golf in October. Rarely do you get to play a game in shorts this late in the season. Course is well marked even though holes to cross over.
    On this day we played the Predator course at Greyhawk. Both courses appear rather similar in my book. They are kept in beautiful condition as are most Club Links courses.
   
Date: 2005-Oct-04 Review by Terry L
    Wow, greens were in great shape. Good size and fairly fast.
    Great fairways, wide and easy enough to stay out of trouble...if you shoot straight that is.
    Good shape to tees, good markings...but nothing special that I can remember.
    Fairly flat course with some rolling mounds.
    Not too expensive to play, but it is a private course so what do you expect.
    Not too hard to play, just stay out of the thick stuff.
    Nothing spectacular with the scenery, just fields of rolling fairways with trees here and there. Still beats working.
    Nice people (staff), enjoyed my day.
    Clean, bright, spacious clubhouse. Good parking, and cold drinks... what more do you want?
    Enjoyed my day. Played some decent golf. Didn't go to work... makes me a happy camper. If you get a chance to play, go for it. I played the Predator course.
Photos: 2005-Oct-04


















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