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“Regular Type Course” 4 of 5 stars
Review of Niagara Falls Golf Club

Niagara Falls Golf Club
6169 Garner Road, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 6S4, Canada
905 358 4653
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Niagara Falls, Canada
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“Regular Type Course”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 2, 2014

Have played this course many times over the past ten years or so. It's nothing spectacular, but always fun to play and will not cost you a fortune like some other courses.

The course is in decent shape, but don't expect country club quality.

It's a medium size course. Not overly long, but has some challenging holes.

Visited April 2014
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Irving, Texas
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“Looks can be deceiving!”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 19, 2013

The course looks as if it will be an easy course to play, but the creek running through the front nine with the cattails growing in it along with the thicker rough turned it into more of a challenge than the back nine. On the day we played, the starter had us begin on the back nine and then finish on the front nine. The back nine is more open with less opportunity to get into trouble. There wasn't any water on the course nor was there a beverage cart, so be sure to take plenty with you when you start out or at the turn. There are plenty of storm shelters throughout the course although our weather didn't necessitate those.

Visited July 2013
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed August 15, 2010

We were at the "golf club" on Aug 14th and let me tell you what a rip off. There were 7 of us, each paying $200 for a round of golf and accommodations. The course was a goat path but at least they were relaxed about us trying to have a good time. The marshal was the only good thing about the course. The room, the lower level of what looked like it was once a barn, was to put it nicely, not worth the money! It was infested with insects, there was a cricket buried in the wall somewhere that didn't shut up all night. The 2 broken futons in the living room looked like they had seen there fair share of Sundowner good times. I'm surprised there was toilet paper provided. I have been camping with more amenities than what we had included with this room. DO NOT STAY HERE, EVER! So many better places to go in Niagara Falls for the money.

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“Great place for a boys weekend”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 12, 2009

Just returned from a great boys weekend at the Niagara Falls Golf Club. We stayed July 10-12 and had a 2 night package with one round of golf (18, cart, hot dog, beer) and we paid around $140 p.p. - good deal as there was about 20 of us.

There's 5 or 6 different properties. We stayed in the "lower loft" and the "cottage". The properties sat along the 18th hole, right on Garner Road. The Cottage is a no frills house with several additions that seem to have been added over the years. It sits right beside the clubhouse. There was 12 beds, a kitchen (though there was no plates, cutlery, pots and pans etc.). There was 2 fridges, plus a big beer fridge. The basement and additions are air conditioned, but the main part of the house was pretty warm. There was a Foosball table, pool table, two TV's. A nice place for a boys weekend, but certainly not the taj mahal. The backyard has two horseshoe pits, two picnic tables, a large deck, a BBQ, a firepit (stocked with split firewood), and a handful of chairs.

The lower loft is part of stretch of properties that includes "the executive", the "addition", the "upper and lower lofts". It sits about 500 yards from the cottage. The lower loft is significantly smaller, but is renovated and very comfortable. It has a pool table and big screen tv, air con, a fridge, 8 beds, and a bathroom. I briefly saw the upper loft which was similar but had only 6 beds. The new addition is one large room with a bathroom on the side, had 4 bunk beds surrounding a pool table, a couple fridges. The only downside of being in this stretch of properties is that the backyard is wide open and shared with each group. Not a big deal but the privacy of the cottage yard was ideal.

The course itself was beautiful. We're the type that golf 5-10 times a year and there was enough challenge for the good players and enough forgiveness for the lousy ones. They had a shotgun start which was great because we all ended at the same time.

The course had a restaurant that had a good breakfast for 5$.

Walking distance to the Sundowner. Nuf said...

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