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The Caughnawaga Golf Club consists of three 9-hole courses called the Front Nine, Back Nine and Red Nine. As a result, golfers can play three different combinations of courses resulting in three different 18-hole courses - every one of them planned and maintained with the emphasis on giving the golfer a playable, enjoyable and challenging experience depending on the tee boxes chosen. At its longest (black tees) to its shortest (red tees), the golf course offers the proper layout for every skill level.
When you schedule an 18-hole game, you will normally be playing the "Championship course", which is the Front Nine - Back Nine combination. The Championship course is a par 70, 6,300 yard challenge from the back tees and is a friendly and enjoyable course from the middle or forward tee boxes. This course features mature tree lined fairways, strategic and well thought out design toward playability. Just to add to the fun and increase variety, the course has a great combination of short, medium and longer length holes. One of its great attractions is the well-known island green number 6.
The other two 18-hole combinations are the Back Nine - Red Nine (5905 yards, par 69) and Red Nine - Front Nine (5635 yards, par 69). Don't let the yardage fool you! Even though they are shorter on the scorecard, they play long and give you as much challenge as you desire when you select from four different sets of tees. If you wish to play one of these combinations, please ask the Proshop or starter and we will accommodate you when possible.
The signature hole at the Caughnawaga Golf Club is the 15th. It is a very long par 4, measuring 450 yards from the back tees, as well as a very scenic and difficult hole. Several years back it made the list of the most challenging 15th holes in the Montreal area.
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3037 Quail Run Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1T3S1
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