“Wonderful golf” is about the best way to describe what you’ll discover at the Conestoga Golf Club. While the facility features a number of impressive amenities, the 27 hole golf course is certainly the main attraction.
In the heart of Waterloo’s Mennonite Region, this John Robinson Jr. course offers some of the most picturesque scenery anywhere in the province, along with lush rolling fairways and beautifully manicured greens.
Nestled alongside the Grand River, Conestoga features three unique 9-hole designs that will challenge players of all levels. The 2778 yard, par 34 Village Nine is arguably the most picturesque as many of the holes run adjacent to (and over) the river. The 3115 yard, par 35 Goose Run Nine is also a formidable test of golf as tree-lined fairways and small and deceptive greens are commonplace on most of the holes. The 3184 yard Moors Nine is appropriately named as this 9 hole configuration possesses many of the characteristics found on a links golf course. If variety is what you’re looking for, then Conestoga is the place for you.
The clubhouse offers excellent food, with a patio overlooking two of the 9th greens. It also boasts a number of options for weddings, tournaments, meetings (or any gathering), both large and small. Many tourists play a round before, or after, spending some time at the nearby St. Jacobs Country Market.