Course designed by Ben Sayers & others in 1897 A parkland course with excellent turf ideal for 36 hole play suitable all ages a good test of golf.
Full catering and bar service with seperate games and tv room.
Well suited for visiting parties , quite flat , apart from the 18th when you can usually tell if someone is having a good round or not by the way they trudge up the hill, quite short , but well protected by trees and small tricky greens which are allways in superb condition.
Par 67 comprises of 5 par threes and 13 par fours . The signature hole is the 11th which is a drive then a blind second shot 30ft down to a green that is walled on two sides by steep embankments and out of bounds left and through the green. Add to this two bunkers and a burn and it lets you know how tricky this hole is . The 11th hole is just part of what they call amen corner in canmore , it starts at the ninth with the burn running across the fairway and the loch at the back of the green , then the 10th hole with out of bounds running all the way along the hole on the left side as is the 11th . after the 11th you meet the 12th hole , a par three at just under 200 yards , where you have to hit a tee shot over a big gorge that is full of trees then to the 13th which is a par 3 of around the same length with out of bounds to the left of the green. If you have completed these holes not having dropped many shots then you should be on a decent score.
The 19th hole is allways very welcoming and the food is excellent.
The dress code is smart but casual , no football colours on the course or clubhouse.
Soon after the opening of the new course, most of it was given up to help with the war effort mainly for the purpose of drying netted flax. The course was given back to the club in 1921 and by the following year, redesigned, was fully operational. This lasted until 1941 when again, most of the course was given up for the war effort - this time in the form of cultivated land.
The course was again given back to the club in 1946, again redesigned, and with the exception of a few minor changes this is the current layout.
In recent years many trees have been added to the course, creating a more defined layout.
Canmore is an interesting challenge for golfers at all levels of ability and being of moderate length ideal for two rounds in one day. It provides a good test with rewards for accuracy and a good short game.
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