Yardage markers at 100, 150 and 200 yards on all par fours and fives.
Color coded flags indicate front/middle/back pin placement.
King's Bay is a superb semi-private 3301-yard, 9-hole golf course located ten minutes north of scenic Port Perry, in the town of Seagrave. Designed by golf course architect Kevin Holmes, King's
Bay opened its doors to the public in October 2001. Nestled along the shorelines of Lake Scugog and the Nonquon River, King's Bay is one of the finest 9-hole designs in Ontario. The golf course has
plenty of character epitomized by numerous water hazards and troublesome waste bunkers that adorn many of the fairways.
The cluhouse features a small golf shop, snack bar with hot items and patio dining - event hosting for up to 72 persons is available. The property provides a small practice green and cart paths are
partially paved. For a pictorial review of this course, click on the link near the top of this page.
From Toronto: Take Hwy 401 East to Exit 399 (Brock Road). Travel North to Hwy 7 and turn right. At Baldwin St. S. (Hwy 7/12) turn left (north) and travel approx 14 km to Hwy 7A
(Port Perry). Continue on Hwy 7A to Simcoe St/Regional Road 2. Turn left and travel 12 km to River St. and turn right. Take the 1st right onto Sunvalley Rd and travel 1.3 mk to
Stub Rd. and the golf course.