BEAVERDALE GOLF CLUB (888) 833-8787
Ontario Golf Course Review
Beaverdale Golf Club in Cambridge is an 18-hole layout that is part of GOLF NORTH - which manages a vast array of golf courses in Southeastern Ontario. These range from
shorter, player friendly designs to top notch championship layouts that will challenge the skills of all levels of players. Courses include Acton, Beaverdale, Brant Valley, Brookfield,
Burford, Calerin, Canterbury, Cedar Creek, Conestoga, Dundee, Fergus, Foxwood, Grey Silo, Kings Bay, Mystic, Oliver's Nest, Orangeville, Paris Grand and Scenic Woods. For
info on these properties CLICK HERE to visit the Golf North website.
Beaverdale is a short and scenic 4600 yard layout that is ideal for a quick round, and is playable for golfers of all skill levels. Similar to many of the courses in the region,
Beaverdale plays along a rolling terrain with tree lined fairways ( some tight) and small, gently sloping green complexes. Sand bunkering is understated, with 23 sand traps
located near the landing zones or greenside, and water comes into play on 6 holes.
There are just 2 sets of tee areas that play to distances and slopes measuring 4604 yards/112 slope , and 4217/109 slope. 150 yard stakes and 100, 150 and 200 yard markers
are posted on the fairways and cart path of all par fours and fives. Color coded flags on the relatively flat putting surfaces indicate the front, middle or pack pin placements.
The clubhouse features a pro shop, snack area/lounge, plus changing room facilities. There is no driving range but a putting/chipping green is available for all green fee paying
guests. The par fours and two par fives are relatively short (no par four over 393 yards) making this a manageable course for beginners, as well as for seniors and juniors.
For more info on Beaverdale Golf Club, visit our page for the course with direct link to their website by CLICKING HERE.