Woodington Lake G.C.

Hole

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

out

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

in

 
Yards

415

541

184

536

409

218

314

440

416

3473

415

201

573

444

388

456

177

544

395

3593

7066

Hndcp

3

7

13

1

5

9

17

11

15

 

17

16

8

4

12

2

18

10

6

   
Par

4

5

3

5

4

3

4

4

4

36

4

3

5

4

4

4

3

5

4

36

72

Woodington Lake:  This course, located in Tottenham near Toronto, Ontario, Canada, was purchased in a semi-completed condition by the Allard family.  Harry Allard, a Canadian Professional Golf Association professional and course designer transformed the property into this first class course that opened in 1999 as the present Woodington Lake Golf Club.  An additional 18 holes are being added and are intended to open in 2006.  The present course is routed through rolling terrain around and about the lake and contributing streams and ponds.  There are numerous and sometimes radical elevation changes made all the more difficult by the tall pines that line the forested holes.  An interesting feature of the course is how the routing threads its way through the trees and out into more open fields providing a constant visual contrast.  The 18th hole has been voted the most difficult in Ontario for several years straight.  The player must drive the ball toward a steep slope that slants right to left toward the lake.  Though short in length a long drive accepts the gamble that the slope may carry the ball into the water.  A more prudent play is to lay back of the slope and accept a long approach to the downhill green.

Patrick Treude has used the APCD software to create a fun to play, visually arresting computer golf experience.  The course is free for download at the Links Corner.  For play it requires the Links 2003 software.


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