Enjoy a scenic round of golf and a delicious meal just down the road from The McIntosh Country Inn
Upper Canada Golf was designed in the early 1960s by Robbie Robinson, a well-known Canadian golf architect who designed and remodelled more than 100 courses across Canada. Upper Canada’s course stands out for its natural beauty as it winds through the woods for 6,922 yards over 18 holes. This course attracts both beginners and experienced golfers – everyone will enjoy the evergreen and deciduous trees, waterways, and glimpses of wildlife on the course.
Thanks to an improved drainage system, the course is open for visitors even earlier in the year and the greens and fairways are always in excellent condition.
What to expect at Upper Canada Golf
The 18 holes are each designed at varying lengths and difficulties. Hole 14, at 547 yards par 5, is fondly nicknamed “The Monster.” As the most picturesque hole on the course, it is considered the crown jewel of Upper Canada Golf. Stretching trees line the whole length of the hole on one side and Aultsville Creek cheerfully runs on the other. An old reaching Willow tree marks the end of the 18th hole, offering a parting farewell to all visitors.
Upper Canada Golf also offers an on-site driving range and putting green, ready for practice or clinics. Tournaments are most welcome!
The Clubhouse includes a restaurant, a bar, locker rooms, and showers. The Pro Shop is equipped with knowledgeable and helpful staff ready to serve your every need. Do you want brand name clubs, clothing, shoes, balls, or souvenirs? The Pro Shops has ‘em! It also offers repair services and sells gift certificates.
Food at Upper Canada Golf
Visitors to Upper Canada Golf aren’t obliged to golf in order to eat at the Pub. The restaurant is open to everyone, golfers and drop-ins alike!
Upper Canada Pub offers genuine pub cuisine, local craft beer, and lazy late breakfasts in an inviting ambiance. Visitors to the restaurant and lounge are treated to a a panoramic view of course and comfortable seating. Stop in especially for the Thursday Wing Night special or the Fish & Chips Friday special.
For more information about Upper Canada Golf, check out https://www.uppercanadagolf.com/
Other Tourist Sites Near Upper Canada Golf Course
Upper Canada Golf’s location just off of the Highway 2 is conveniently close to other fascinating tourist attractions in the “Upper Canada” region. While you’re in the neighbourhood, don’t forget to stop by these exciting sites.
Upper Canada Playhouse
Upper Canada Playhouse is a professional theatre company, known for entertaining 40,000 guests a year. The theatre, established in the former Toothbrush and Argyle Sock Factory, was renovated into an intimate 275 seat theatre. Upper Canada Playhouse performs musicals and comedies that have delighted audiences for the last 3 decades.
Located in the Village of Morrisburg on the beautiful St Lawrence River, the Upper Canada Playhouse is accessible from Exit 750 on 401. It’s in a central location – halfway between Brockville and Cornwall, and close to Northern New York State, as well as Ottawa and Montreal.
Click here to learn more about Upper Canada Playhouse.
Upper Canada Village
Located right across the Highway 2 from Upper Canada Golf, Upper Canada Village captures settler life on a grand scale. Founded in 1961, the Village proudly holds its status as one of the largest living-history sites in Canada.
The Village preserves 19th century history in the 40 authentic historical buildings on site. Many were saved and moved before the flooding of the “Lost Villages” – several towns that were submerged during the flooding of the St. Lawrence Seaway development in 1958.
Click here to learn more about Upper Canada Village.
Parks of the St. Lawrence
Take advantage of Parks of the St. Lawrence’s 8 campgrounds, 1500+ campsites, 600+ RV sites, beaches, playgrounds, best carp and bass fishing in the world, boating, and more. Be sure to take in the Waterfront Cycling Trail that goes from Morrisburg to Cornwall. Especially enjoy the scenic route along the Long Sault Parkway, a series of 13 islands and 11 causeways, and the paved wooded trails leading to Crysler Park Marian and Upper Canada Village.
And don’t forget to explore the 8 kilometers of self-guided hiking trails at the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary, a site with over 150 bird species.
Click here to learn more about Parks of the St. Lawrence.