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Stittsville Golf Course (formerly "Glen Mar Golf & Country Club")
7967 Fernbank Road, Ashton, ON  K0A1B0
Tee Times: 613-257-5181 Fax: 613-257-0010
Email: don@stittsvillegolf.com

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    The Stittsville Golf Course (formerly Glen Mar) was established in 1979 and is a picturesque gem of a golf course within the Stittsville community. Our quiet and tranquil 18-hole course boasts a country setting with a delightful parkland feel.
    The Stittsville Golf Course is a challenging 6,346 yard, par 72 golf facility that showcases well manicured, tree-lined fairways, exceptional greens, and challenging hazards. These combined features will offer both the novice and experienced golfers an equally enjoyable day. Our amazing team is continually improving the landscape of the course and it is being recognized and receiving rave reviews.
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Glen_Mar2011-Jan-01
Glen_Mar-22014-Dec-04

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Date: 2005-Jun-08 Review by Dan P
    Greens in great shape!
    Reasonable fairways but could use a bit of work. Very flat.
    From the road the course looks flat and wide open but you soon enter trees. The flags are difficult to find as many can't be seen from the tee. The creek that flows through the course always seems to be within driving range.
    Average price for an average course.
    Not as difficult as I would have thought possible. Not good use of surrounding land. A pond or two that could have been used were not. The 18th green is horseshoe shaped.
    Lots of trees for a good portion of the course but you can usually find your ball under or in them.
    We were in a hurry and didn't get have time to chat with any staff.
    Clubhouse looked nice from the outside but didn't get a chance to tour the inside.
    A pleasant evening to play although lots of bugs.
    Too many holes left you guessing where to place your tee shot. The three finishing holes are flat and relatively open; right when I'd expect things to get difficult. The 18th green circles a bunker to add difficulty but it looks absurd. Mounds of dirt moved to the side of the fairway where they're not in play. Why?
Photos: 2005-Jun-08


















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