Glasgow Hills Resort and Golf Club
Glasgow Hills Resort & Golf Club is a Les Furber design that has set a new standard in golf on Prince Edward Island. It's a beautiful course sculpted from the hills of New Glasgow and has sensational views of the River Clyde and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Your visit would not be complete without stopping by the clubhouse; the fully stocked pro shop will provide plenty of choices for both golfers and non-golfers alike. Don’t forget to stop by Piper’s Restaurant and check out the full service menu, where you can either relax inside or outside on the large deck. Both will provide breathtaking views that you will not soon forget.
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Beautiful day for golf. Excellent staff and service. Good in reasonably good shape except for work being done to winterize the course.
A Stellar Course!
As summer residents we have been playing this course for the past couple of years. While challenging and scenic courses abound in the Maritimes, I don’t think you will find a more friendly and congenial atmosphere than at Glasgow Hills. The staff makes every effort to accommodate your every need from the course, to the ProShop to the restaurant. The vistas are magnificent, the course is constantly being groomed, and there are no mosquito problems! Yes, you’d best stash your cinnamon roll or your chips when leaving your cart, as the area crows will be circling.
On a personal note, I took a series of three lessons with Brian this summer, and I am thrilled with the progress I have made.
Yes, we have played other courses, but none can surpass a Glasgow Hills experience.
A must play on Prince Edward Island
If I had to choose one course on PEI to play over and over, Glasgow Hills would be it. I love the course layout, the elevation changes and the panoramic views. The course is challenging yet fair, providing an enjoyable experience for golfers of all ability. The clubhouse is fantastic and the views from the restaurant are excellent; the perfect place to enjoy a post round beverage along with the complimentary all you can eat mussels.
Great views, fun holes & free mussels
Loved the whole experience. From the opening tee shot to the last hole and the free mussels after the round, everything about Glasgow Hills is fun. With generous fairways for the most part, large undulating greens and great views, it never gets boring. I particularly liked the ninth hole with its island green, and even liked the par-5 17th, though I understand how difficult it is for players with slow swing speeds to reach the elevated green. Great clubhouse, too.
A Great Golf Escape
I gave a 5 for the overall experience. The course was in an awesome shape. Be ready to by challenged by a great deal of elevation throughout the course. The greens are very challenging, they are everything but flat ! They were also in great shape and pure.The sceneries are great and wind comes into play too. The good thing is it's an enjoyable course for every kind of golfers. This is PEI golf at its best people ! You can enjoy free PEI mussels after your round, get package deals to play different courses and the list goes on... Golf doesn't get any better in Canada...
Eye-popping scenery at Glasgow Hills
I go back and forth about which course I like better on PEI - Glasgow Hills or Anderson's Creek. They're both excellent courses with good service and free mussels after your round. That's a perk I didn't get when I played both courses during an island tour in 2006. My mouth waters just thinking about the prospects of good golf, followed by fresh seafood.
Glasgow Hills is just as the name implies - an up-and-down affair with some nice views of the surrounding countryside from its elevated points. When I played it, the course wasn't in as good a shape as its competitors, although I still enjoyed the day.
Jason, as a former easterner, when you played this course in Sept., I would have thought the condition of the course would be at it's best. I'm planning on going in July of this year, and would like it if you could tell me what problems you saw that made the conditioning soso. Lumpy greens, uncut fairways, thick rough as examples....what was bad? Also the same for Crowbush....I played it in '04 in Aug. and was pounded by the skeeters which detracted from the whole experience....appreciate any thoughts.