This one’s different. Very different. And more than a little special. The new Mystic Golf Club in Ancaster has broken the mold for daily fee golf in Ontario. Rather than trying to shoehorn a course between rows of fairway homes, Mystic’s Tom Pearson design offers a unique, wide-open experience for the serious, passionate golfer.
The par-3s and par-5s at Mystic offer contrasting risks and rewards. And while nearly every par-4 is a dogleg and most involve elevation changes, no two holes are even remotely similar in distance or design, offering an unlimited assortment of shot-making decisions. There are no blind tee shots, no tricked-up holes. A lot of dirt was moved to make sure the layout was straight-forward, 3-thousand tons of Pro-Angle bunker sand was brought in from Ohio, and an expansive drainage and irrigation system ensures an extremely challenging round whenever you’re ready to be tested.
Most notable is the tenth hole—a par 6 (not a typo), which requires the traversing of three deep ravines. People talk about this hole for weeks after playing it.
The variety of clubs you’ll need to play Mystic is limited by the Rules of Golf. The variety of emotions you’ll display are limited by your own imagination. If you bring a passion for golf to Mystic, you’ll leave with a passion for Mystic Golf.
Mystic is a shot-maker’s challenge. Not just a ‘test of golf’, Mystic presents 18 individual trials of both ball striking and strategy.