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Played this course twice this year because a friend had discount coupons. The course is poorly maintained. There had been drainage work performed last year and the resurfacing was poorly done. The cart paths remind me of some Toronto roads... very bumpy and under repair....More
Wanted to spend some time relaxing while on business and hopefully close a deal. This gem of a course right under our noses near YYZ was the ticket. With the wives along we.had a great round on a beautiful course that was challenging and gave...More
Wifey and I had a few hours to kill waiting for our flight so we headed over to take in 18.
They outfitted us with clubs balls and a cart. Real friendly and happy to have us. Met up with the starter and he gave...More
We recently played 18 holes at Royal Woodbine. I must say that the course was in really good condition when we played and it can be attributed to the wet spring/summer we had.
It is a tight golf course and for you to shoot a...More
Constant sound of engines from what seemed every plane leaving the airport. Really interesting for the first few and then it was just deafening. There is a putting green. No driving range. Crazy expensive for this type of course. 2pm-3pm fee was $91.50 plus cart...More
Many good and not so good aspects to this course.
Probably the best public course to the west of Toronto within easy reach of the downtown or Etobicoke - but constant plane traffic at low level.
Well kept and with a variety of holes but...More
FIRST time playing the course during the week,there was a tournament.First issue,Royal Woodbine does NOT let you pick up your clubs from your car,or drop them off at YOUR car using their cart.If driving a cart to your car is what you want to do,and...More
The special attracted me back after 16 years. Still a shotmakers course. Keep it straight, don't gamble and you will score well. Well maintained, good to play in summer holidays when fewer corporate clients. Won't be as long next time
Played yesterday for the first time. Must say I was very impressed , not only with the remote feeling, but a very nice track. Staff were very attentive , with 16 holes with water ...make sure you bring a few extra balls. Given its right...More
Etobicoke is a relaxed area along the Humber River. It's saturated with green spaces and conservatories, making it a premier destination for outdoor sports, hiking, and nature walks. Its abundance of parkland and lakes makes it a typical spot for fishing, picnicking, and camping out, especially in warmer months. The peaceful area is also enjoyed by families, who appreciate its boardwalks and sports facilities.
Locals enjoy the variety of golfing and country club opportunities, which also provide lessons for golfers of any skill level.