Directions are correct. Map provided here is very confusing, but reflects the hole/course layout. From Sarnia street, you want to turn onto Hamilton street going towards the lake, then go LEFT, away from the ballfields down to the defunct, unused tennis courts and the pavilion for Hole#1.
Nice concrete tees and hole markers. Course design is fairly simple and not as technical as the other review makes it. Most holes are short, 300feet or less, a couple 400ft and a 500ft near the end. No elevation, almost all holes are open, watch out for water though! Still, it is a birdie friendly course for noodly-arm throwers, <300ft. Beautiful views of the lake and bluffs, spectacular really, especially at sunset. Biggest drawback of the course is that it is VERY dangerous to pedestrians. You will constantly need to be aware of where pedestrians, roads, automobiles, bikers, and so forth, are. -jdinfinity #26350
-Gorgeous front 9.
-Challenging for intermediate players.
-I would love to play this course over and over again to develop my short drives and approaches.
-Well maintained and technical.
-The back 9 is away from the water hazards but closer to the road, watch out for cars.
There is a walking/bike trail cutting through most of a the holes so you need to wait for walkers and bikers to pass through before teeing off.
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