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GolfNorth to Take Over Operations at Arkona Fairways Golf Club

2022-10-24T20:33:15+00:00

GolfNorth Properties, Canada’s largest consolidator of public golf courses, has entered into an agreement to purchase Arkona Fairways Golf Club. The 18-hole (par 68) facility has been a local favourite since it opened in 1988, and is well known for its tree lined fairways, true greens, and overall great conditions. It’s located in Arkona, Ontario (Lambton County), and just a short drive from many other GolfNorth properties.

GolfNorth to Take Over Operations at Arkona Fairways Golf Club2022-10-24T20:33:15+00:00

2022 Closing Dates

2022-11-14T14:39:52+00:00

Dates are subject to change and dependent on local weather conditions and temperatures!

2022 Closing Dates2022-11-14T14:39:52+00:00

GolfNorth to Take Over Operations at MaraHills Golf Resort

2022-10-21T14:12:00+00:00

GolfNorth Properties, Canada’s largest consolidator of public golf courses, has entered into a long-term agreement to lease MaraHills Golf Resort, a stunning golf and resort property in British Columbia’s gorgeous Shuswap Region. Set above the dramatic hills of Lake Mara, the course winds through lush evergreens and across vast ravines, providing golfers with spectacular views of the lake and rugged shoreline below. MaraHills was designed by renowned architect Les Furber, who also designed nearby Salmon Arm Golf Club. The golf course offers one of the most scenic views of Lake Mara from the 4th hole, known as Geronimo, an intimidating 483-yard par four from the back tees. The view and the yardage are both extraordinary, with the tees placed 265 feet above the fairway, boasting an exquisite view of the lake.

GolfNorth to Take Over Operations at MaraHills Golf Resort2022-10-21T14:12:00+00:00

GolfNorth to Take Over Operations at The Club at Bond Head

2022-06-21T20:28:18+00:00

GolfNorth Properties, Canada’s largest consolidator of public golf courses, has entered into a long-term agreement to lease the Club at Bond Head, a spectacular 36-hole facility in the town of Bond Head, Ontario; just west of Highway 400 between Aurora and Barrie. The Club at Bond Head offers two magnificent courses, designed by the renowned architectural firm of Hurdzan-Fry. The South Course has frequently been ranked in the Score Top 100, and the list of the top 59 public courses in the nation.

GolfNorth to Take Over Operations at The Club at Bond Head2022-06-21T20:28:18+00:00

GolfNorth announces the purchase of Delhi GC & three previously leased courses

2022-10-26T17:00:18+00:00

GolfNorth Properties (Canada’s largest consolidator of public golf courses) has been very active over the past six months. After acquiring two London area golf courses in the spring of 2021 (Maple Ridge Golf Club & Westminster Trails Golf Club), the Conestoga based resort and golf management company has purchased three courses which it had been operating under lease. In addition, GolfNorth is pleased to announce that it has procured Delhi Golf & Golf Club for the 2022 season.

GolfNorth announces the purchase of Delhi GC & three previously leased courses2022-10-26T17:00:18+00:00

GolfNorth Takes Over Operation of Westminster Trails and Maple Ridge Golf Courses

2022-06-21T20:24:35+00:00

GolfNorth (Canada’s largest consolidator of public golf courses) is thrilled to announce the acquisition of a controlling interest in each of Westminster Trails and Maple Ridge Golf Clubs.  GolfNorth will assume the operations of the London, Ontario Clubs effective April 1, 2021.

GolfNorth Takes Over Operation of Westminster Trails and Maple Ridge Golf Courses2022-06-21T20:24:35+00:00
  • Brant Valley Golf Club

Hole of the Week: Brant Valley

2022-06-21T20:26:57+00:00

Occasionally, one comes across a piece of property which was simply destined to be a golf course. Brant Valley Golf Club is one of those pieces of land.  It’s a deep river valley (in fact it’s the junction of three different tributaries of the Grand River system) near St. George, Ontario. Glacial runoff carved out topography that would have made for a pretty sad farm. I often think of the settlers who braved the Atlantic Ocean in a creaky wooden ship, then hacked their way through the forest to find that this piece of land assigned by the government was utterly unsuitable for farming (not to mention prone to flooding). I’m sure the settler turned around, walked back to Dundas, and asked for an upgrade. However; the property is the ideal foundation for some truly memorable golf holes.

Hole of the Week: Brant Valley2022-06-21T20:26:57+00:00
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