Duntroon Highlands Golf Club
|White (W)||74||5896 yards||75.3||129|
|Red (W)||71||5128 yards||71.4||121|
|White M: 68.6/124 W: 74.8/130||490||330||102||319||320||346||317||156||415||2795||452||311||295||158||207||502||335||406||442||3108||5903|
|Red M: 65.1/114 W: 70.8/118||400||315||95||308||313||312||309||134||326||2512||446||258||269||147||184||392||238||372||310||2616||5128|
We had a great 18 holes. Will definitely play this course again.
Lovely views of Georgian Bay and the escarpment make this a stunning hidden gem of a course. Busy on holiday weekends but good value. Conditions are consistent from good to excellent.
Not Too Shabby
My first time playing the course and there are quite a few blind shots and carries from high tee boxes. Tough to gauge. I was by myself, first tee time and played with a cart in around 2hrs.
Worth the money.
Good golf course. Fairways were very hard— lots of roll—greens are very good but slopes led to balls rolling off greens— good but tricky. Staff very friendly.
Not the course it used to be
Very disappointed. While the scenery is beautiful the course played like a parking lot - fairways and greens hard as rock and in dire need of water! The topper was when the kids camp with 5 small kids to a cart (3 carts in total) jumping from fairway to fairway with no consideration given to those playing the hole. Staff was quick to deal with the issue once it was brought to their attention.
Awesome course. Great staff
Loved the course. The views are awesome. Nice staff. Would play here again in a heartbeat.
Very good enjoyable round....weather was great - a little bit windy, hot but not overly humid, pace of play was very good. Cart person came around a couple of times. Fairways were in decent shape with a few wet/soggy areas in the back nine. Some tee boxes were a bit bare and you had to tee off on bare ground. Greens were very fast and pin placement a challenge, making it very easy to roll your putt off the green and hard to stick your approach shot on the green. Overall - quite enjoyable!
Greens like dimples
Lots of blind tee shots , which will get you in trouble, short course , so they make the greens very fast and they are like dimples ball rolls off the green at almost every angle. Most often can’t see where the fairways go so you better play with someone who knows the course
Won’t return to play there again
Challenging course with excellent views of Georgian bay!
Challenging but fair course with lots of elevation. Some very challenging holes but not impossible. Beautiful views of Georgian Bay from a couple of tees.
One hot day
We played on one of the hottest days of the year. Went through six bottles of water each. Very interesting layout and tough greens. Pace was good and water cart visited us many times. Good experience.
Course was in great condition
Very nice views from all over the course, some very tricky tee shots and the greens were like putting on a pool table. Would highly recommend this course!
Pretty good for so early in the season
Was told by a couple friends that this was a course I'd enjoy. For the most part, they were right. To be fair, this was their "spring open house" -- free green fees, just pay for your cart ($18 p.p.). Pace of play was a little repeat little slow, but not surprising -- courses around here have only recently opened, so people are still shaking the rust off their swings. Also, the course was really soggy on a lot of the fairways, and even a couple of the greens, so there was no end of plugged and/or plugged and lost tee shots in our group. We had quite a bit of rain the days leading up to golf day, but the course was in as good a shape as could reasonably be expected. Though it was maybe too wet for power carts generally, I for one was glad for the cart -- this is a VERY hilly course, built along the escarpment; I could never walk it. Greens were good for early in the season, and most of the greens are quite elevated from the fairway -- #17 in particular was brutal as a LONG par 4 into the wind and into a very elevated, two-tiered green. All in all, it was an enjoyable course. I'm looking forward to playing it again later in the season and hopefully warmer and less wind.
A fun course to play with many elevated tees and scenic views of the region. There are some blind tee shots that need some playing in order to learn where to hit it. The best reason to play this course is it holds many holes that you really have to think about before you make your shot. The greens are quick and greasy, and approach shots that aren't online roll off the sides easily. The greens putt true and though the course runs three or four holes wide at points, you must be on a fairway in order to make shots. The rough was maintained and longish, eating all of our trio up at one time or another. My only complaint (and it is minor) was that the tee boxes were not close to level and needed some seeding. They were playable, but needed some TLC.
The staff was very friendly, especially in the kitchen. Food was great at lunch.
Highly recommend for all levels. I shot somewhere around 94 and didn't lose a ball. You really have to hit your spots around the greens and on the par 3's.
Great Experience, very friendly staff and members, course was in great shape.
The staff and the members were very frindly and helpful. Having not played this course before staff and members offered tips on various holes and maintenance staff assisted 4 times in finding balls as it was a little foggy.
The small greens were a challange but were in impecable shape.
A real gem.
The owners have really put a lot of TLC into the course the last few years. They have a great greens keeper. Staff is very friendly. A real family atmosphere.
Course itself goes back and forth along the escarpment giving you some beautiful views of Georgian Bay in the distance. Some holes you can wail away with the driver and other holes you have to be a good iron player. Holes # 1 and 10 are tricky dog leg rights and greens give your putting a good test.