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Skill
Intermediate
Plays
A few times a week

Review Statistics

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4.1
4.1
Total 15 Reviews

Rating Breakdown

15 Reviews
5 Stars
3
4 Stars
10
3 Stars
2
2 Stars
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1 Stars
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Recommended Courses
15
Not Recommended Courses
0
Helpful Votes Count
2
Not Helpful Votes Count
0
First Review
08/06/2016
Last Review
08/06/2016

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Review of St. Boniface Golf Club

Played On 08/02/2016
I Recommend This Course
3.0

Old design, easy, short course

Opened in 1931, the course seems fairly short and easy. They can't lengthen it, so it may not be as challenging as some prefer. The course is semi-private and the club house is very nice. They have events like weddings there. The course is just minutes away from Windsor Park Golf Course, which is public. They share a common fence on one of the holes. It's also expensive. For example, Monday - Thursday 10:00am - 3:30pm After 6:00pm costs $50. I played twilight for $31 but we finished in pitch black.
Staff Friendliness Good
Pace of Play Good
Off-course amenities Good
Course Conditions Good
Value for the Money Average
Course Layout Average

Review of Maplewood Golf Club

Played On 08/01/2016
I Recommend This Course
4.0

Since bring re-designed, one of the toughest courses in Manitoba.

Every hole has been modified and some have been created from scratch, since they redesigned the course in 2010. The back 9, in particular, has narrow holes with unforgiving rough. The rough is deep, thick, uncut grass with thistle. I lost about a half dozen balls on the back 9 that went into the rough and were never seen again. This course is now easily one of the toughest courses in Manitoba that the public can play. It's not especially long at 5339, but it more than makes up for it with challenging holes. For the whites, the slope rating is 108 for the men.
Staff Friendliness Excellent
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Good
Value for the Money Excellent
Course Layout Excellent

Review of Tuxedo Golf Course

Played On 07/30/2016
I Recommend This Course
4.0

An easy course with some small greens that don't bite.

This is the course that I have played the most in my life. It's fairly easy but has greens that often don't bite. It's not unusual to hit a wedge shot and have it bounce off the green. Some greens are small and elevated, making short chips onto them tricky. If you can hit greens in regulation, then this course will allow you to score very well. I usually don't lose any balls here, but that's because i know where I can take chances and where I shouldn't. When it's windy, for me, there are holes where it's tough to keep the ball from sailing into the bush. It's a par 70 with two par 5s on the front and none on the back. Located across from Assiniboine Park in the Tuxedo neighborhood, this is one of Winnipeg's most popular courses. if you buy hole punch game cards at the beginning of the season, you can get 10 games for the price of 9 and, if you buy early enough, get a card for one free game. That's 11 games for the price of 9, making this one of, if not the best deal for golf in Winnipeg. For men, the slope rating is 113.
Staff Friendliness Good
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Average
Value for the Money Excellent
Course Layout Good

Review of Kingswood Golf and Country Club

Played On 07/24/2016
I Recommend This Course
5.0

A premier course in the Winnipeg area.

Beautiful neighborhood and one the best-designed courses in the Winnipeg area. Not extremely tough, unless you are a beginning, but tough nonetheless. You must be accurate on tee shots. Greens are often elevated and sloped. Bring plenty of balls if you can't keep your shots straight. There are houses that line some of the holes, and it is not too hard to hit your shots into someone's backyard...which is out of bounds. This course has many tournaments, so getting a tee time may be tricky. Once you play it, you will realize why this is such a popular course. It's one of the finest layouts the public can play in Manitoba.
Staff Friendliness Excellent
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Excellent
Value for the Money Good
Course Layout Excellent

Review of Wildewood Golf Club

Played On 07/07/2016
I Recommend This Course
4.0

9 holes with two sets of tee boxes for 18. Love it!

The course is somewhat hidden, located in the Fort Garry neighbourhood of Winnipeg not too far from the Red River and near St. John's Ravenscourt private school. There are tall, old trees that add to the ambience of the course. It's semi-private and non-members can play for $35. There are 9 holes but two sets of tee boxes so you can still play 18. The slope is 121 for men. This isn't a wide open course, so you need to be accurate and sometimes not tee off with a driver if you have trouble hitting it straight. One of the better courses in Winnipeg.
Staff Friendliness Average
Pace of Play Good
Off-course amenities Good
Course Conditions Good
Value for the Money Average
Course Layout Average

Review of John Blumberg Golf Course - 18-hole Regulation

Played On 07/06/2016
I Recommend This Course
4.0

Best City-owned golf course in Winnipeg.

Several holes are wide-open, making this course fun to hit your driver. Most of the holes are not protected from the wind, so you can easily find your ball sailing away from your target if you have too much spin on it. This is a very popular course and around it, you can see the 9-hole course, which is also fun to play. If you're a beginner, this course has plenty of wide fairways. Of course, it also has some holes where your chances of hitting the fairway with the driver are slim unless you typically hit it straight. Opt for a 3-wood on some holes.
Staff Friendliness Good
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Average
Value for the Money Good
Course Layout Good

Review of Bel Acres Golf and Country Club

Played On 06/19/2016
I Recommend This Course
5.0

One of the top semi-private courses in the Winnipeg area.

Terrific layout. If you play this course once, you'll want to play it again to better position your ball with your new course knowledge. This is easily one of the top courses in Manitoba that the public can play. It's wide enough in places to let you bomb the ball but it also has holes where you need to be accurate. The club house is nice, as well. It's 6551 yards from the whites, with a slope rating of 123. Rates vary from $37 to $47. Well worth the money.
Staff Friendliness Good
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Excellent
Value for the Money Excellent
Course Layout Excellent

Review of Kildonan Park Golf Course

Played On 06/16/2016
I Recommend This Course
3.0

One of the easiest courses in Winnipeg, old design

The course opened in 1921, making it the oldest muni course in Winnipeg. It doesn't play long and you can shoot about ten strokes lower here than at most average courses. Despite the shortness, there are some challenging holes where accuracy is a must. It's easy to bogey the longer par 3s. The course has some elevation changes that you wouldn't expect, making the course more attractive than a flat course. If I shoot higher than 85, I feel disappointed. $36 for adults; $27 60 and older.
Staff Friendliness Average
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Average
Value for the Money Good
Course Layout Average

Review of Transcona Golf Club

Played On 06/13/2016
I Recommend This Course
4.0

Looks old but still fun to play.

Lots of wide open fairways. The design looks old but it's still a fun course to play. It's possible to drive the first hole which is 260 yards. The course always seems to be busy, a sure sign that it is valued. The club house is all right, not a fine dining place but has a fully equipped bar. Some holes are tough to play in the wind. The course is not tough but also not easy, just moderate. I always enjoying playing it. Prices are from $38 to $42, with twilight at $28.
Staff Friendliness Average
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Average
Value for the Money Good
Course Layout Average

Review of Assiniboine Golf Club

Played On 06/08/2016
I Recommend This Course
4.0

9 holes; 2 tee boxes

Located on Ness Avenue, near the airport and the 17 Wing Air Force base, it's a fun course to play with enough challenge for the avid golfer. Beginners may also find it enjoyable with some wide fairways. You can play 18 holes with the two sets of tee boxes. Well worth playing.
Staff Friendliness Average
Pace of Play Good
Course Conditions Good
Value for the Money Average
Course Layout Average
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