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Nobleton Lakes Golf Club
125 Nobleton Lakes Drive, Nobleton, ON  L0G1N0
Tee Times: 905-859-4070 Fax: 905-859-5832
Email: http://nobletonlakesgolf.com/contact/

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    Our panoramic Nobleton Lakes Golf Club gives the golfer a feeling that is not found anywhere else near Nobleton. Nobleton Lakes golf course is a 27-hole public facility and is perfect for all levels of golfers to be challenged. Our picturesque golf course will allow you to focus on your golf game and leave the distractions of life behind. Our professionally designed course will challenge you to decrease your score on our fairways, numerous water hazards and smartly placed sand traps. Following your round of golf, you will be wanting to return and play more. When you come play the Nobleton Lakes Golf Club, you will thoroughly take pleasure in our professionally operated facilities. Our Golf Shop has much of the most recent gear at terrific prices. We even have a delicious restaurant for you golfers who want to grab a bite before or after your exciting round of golf. Nobleton Lakes Golf Club has an eager staff that is committed to providing you with customer service that will make your golf visit unforgettable. We feature several membership and golf lesson packages to best suit your needs and budget. We encourage you to request a tour of our facility, and welcome any questions you may have.
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Ratings: 1   Score: 8.00
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Nobleton_Lakes2010-Aug-12
Nobleton_Lakes-22014-Aug-27

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Date: 2010-Aug-09 Review by Dan P
    Large greens that are were all in great shape. Minor contours didn't provide and major difficulty in reading any length of putt.
    The fairways can be narrow at times and there's a few tee shots that are difficult to select your aim from the tee without prior knowledge. The 150 markers are always easy to find. The fairways often narrow at the greens making it difficult to play a bump and run.
    The tee boxes were well worn on the par 3s (as is the norm on most courses). Markers at the boxes tended to be placed fairly close together which limited you angle of approach from the tee.
    Signage was readily available and accurate.
    Nobleton Lakes has a good selection of holes and makes extremely good use of the water found on the course. I loved hole #9 of The Lakes and #1 of The View.
    There's minor hills and valleys throughout.
    You'll see some beautiful homes and they'll rarely enter play although the right side of the fairway of The Lakes #5 will certainly claim a few balls.
    I'm of the opinion that a course having a 3-digit price tag there has to be something special to warrant this rate. Nobleton Lakes presses this figure but does include cart. I would have difficulty playing this price on a regular basis; plus I prefer to walk on most occasions.
    When water surrounding greens the approach shots can be very difficult as there's not much space to bail out. Despite a reasonable number of bunkers I didn't find many balls entered them.
    Nobleton Lakes is a good challenge. We played The Lakes and The View which were very nice. I was told by a fellow player that The Woods is the nicest nine of the three.
    Straying off the fairway will almost certainly require you to use an extra club. Despite the grass being a bit longer it is very think and the ball tends to sit down. The really long rough can be an adventure just to find your ball especially if you enter on the fly.
    The million dollar homes spotted throughout the course are a treat to look at as well as making me envious.
    The rolling hills in the distance provide a pleasant backdrop.
    I was playing in a tournament and I found it very odd that all golfers had to carry their clubs to their carts (which were not conveniently located). Most staff that I encountered outside were more in the senior bracket and I felt more able to perform the physical task then to ask for help.
    The remaining staff were efficient and pleasant to chat to.
    A nicely designed clubhouse can host large tournaments. Our meal was excellent. The clubhouse is well situated and overlooks some of the more difficult holes on the course. A functional locker room is stocked with towels, keyed lockers, and clean showers.
    The pro shop offers a good selection of supplies at standard pro shop pricing.
    The parking lot is located across the road from the clubhouse with a bag drop near the clubhouse. Ample parking is provided.
    Once you start your round the courses have a nice flow. However, you'll probably have to ask where the first tees are because they aren't particularly well marked.
    The scorecard features all the nines and is an efficient design. I've seen poorer scorecards for an 18 hold course that is the same size as this one.
    Nobleton Lakes is upper level course that offers 27 holes of varying design that will challenge all levels of players. The price tag may sway casual golfers to play a lower priced club but the course is still a recommended play.
Photos: 2010-Aug-09


















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