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Trillium Wood Golf Club
1281 Highway 37, Corbyville, ON  K0K1V0
Tee Times: 613-477-1831 Fax: 613-477-2321

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    Trillium Wood Golf Club is characterized by mature trees, large greens, elevated tees, rolling bentgrass fairways, picturesque ponds, and strategically placed bunkers. The magnificently scenic 18 holes gives one the sense that they have been part of the landscape for many years.
    The par 72 course plays between 4,900 and 6,700 yards from four tee decks on over 200 acres of undulating wooded areas and scenic heathland. The course is supported by one of the region's premier driving ranges with separate teaching and practice areas.
    Perhaps most noteworthy is the sense that virtually every hole is its own separate entity. For most of the holes, foursomes will be alone, surrounded by awesome stands of fairway trees.
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Date: 2005-Jun-26 Review by Dan P
    Some tough contours to contend with on the greens. I had one putt from the back of a green that rolled off the front. Easy to be farther away then when you started on a few greens. Just right in size.
    Some interesting tee shots. Distances can be a bit deceiving for clearing hazards.
    Nice use of land. Expect to use every club in your bag. Hit a ball into the woods and you won't be looking for long due to the bug factor.
    A course worth playing more than once.
    A nice reward or punish design. Easy to get into trouble if you're an erratic hitter.
    On one hole you can see Black Bear Ridge Golf Club which is right beside Trillium Wood. Lots of trees throughout the course with some water.
    Tee off was a little behind schedule. We had a nice chat with the marshal and he explained a lot of the course to us.
    For such a nice course their wasn't much of a clubhouse. We were sitting in a hot tent (connected to the clubhouse) having a beer after the game.
    Another hot day.
    An easy course to navigate.
    Bugs, bugs, and more bugs. We had heard about the bugs at Trillium Wood so we just had to ask the Pro. "What bugs?", she said. The quickly pulled a spray can out from under the counter and offered to spray us.
    You'll like the huge horse fly traps stationed near a few greens.
    Everything about the course was nice except the clubhouse.
Date: 2005-Jun-26 Review by Dan L
    Wow, greens are they fast, but fun.
    Fairways in really good shape, nice and clean.
    Tees are nice and clean. Not too big thought.
    Impressive course design, well laid out with some nice scenery.
    Good bang for the buck. Worth playing again.
    Stay straight or you're in for a treat... fairly dense bush and a lot of bugs... did I mention a lot of bugs. Just don't go in the bush that's all.
    Beautiful landscape.
    Friendly and informative staff, until you mention the bug factor.
    Well, if you like tents, then you're in for a treat. If not, you're in trouble.
    Overall I give it a nice 7.5. Fun to play, but tough enough to give you a hard time... just keep it straight.
Photos: 2005-Jun-26

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