Beau terrain, green valonneux qui ne sont pas facile.
The new Gatineau golf course is so much better than the old one. Better lay out, better turf and better drainage. Quite the fancy clubhouse. Try it, you'll like it. It's a long walk between houses.
The golf course is in great shape.
plain surroundings may be nicer in the future after it's open a couple of years but definately too expensive for what we played this year,,.club house is the only nice thing about it.Golfed at heritage, nation and armprior which were by far nicer greens and fairways. Big breakfast not too great and too expensive but the salmon eggs benedict was fabulous.Service outside on balcony was poor the previous 2 times we went. Thought we could use expired groupons in the club house to buy things ...but was very disappointed that we couldn't ....isn't it all going to the same pot?
Wow, what a change from the old Gatineau. Beautiful course...will absolutely return.
amazing club house, good service course in great shape...need more power carts!
Great club house, great restaurant, great service. Golf course not as nice as many others
It is a great golf course, has a beautiful Club House and service. I will definitely come back and play again.
Great shape for the dry conditions this summer
From Our Editors
After a three-year renovation by renowned course architects Graham Cooke and Stan Brigham, Gatineau Club de Golf unveiled a sleek new course layout in 2010. The site boasts championship-calibre credentials, including a total distance of more than 7,000 yards from the back tees and large bent-grass greens that punish poorly struck approaches with treacherous putts. Generous fairways reward precise bifurcation with excellent lies, but players guilty of errant drives will be pleasantly surprised to find plenty of room to make a bold go at the green. Water makes its omnipresence known as early as the 395-yard second hole, where players must tee off over a pond, negotiate with a creek that crosses the fairway 100 yards in front of the green, and avoid the water that buttresses the green to the left and rear. The 18th hole makes a 90-degree dogleg right around a massive reservoir and a pond stretching alongside the entire right length of the fairway, demanding the same precision as the moat around a driveway.
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