chris morlock

Righty - backhand

chris' reviews

Mohawk DGC › June 30, 2014
A-
This course helps you fine tune your shots, as the many trees will cause havik on your overall score, if not avoided. Only one set of pads and in rough shape. Wet seasons are frustrating as there is very little drainage. Leaves can be as bad as snow, so watch closely. The tight loop is very nice, an average round takes about 45 minutes. It's well shaded on hot summer days, so play all day! There are many aces to be had at this course.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park › October 14, 2011
A
This course rocks, with a variety of shots and multiple pins. I hear more are coming! The course is always cut and plays great all year round. Concrete slabs for both sets of pads help get your drives in the right spot.
Bronte Beast always destroys me in tournament play. Lol.
Chicopee › October 24, 2011
B+
Chicopee is a really fun course to play, maybe not for beginners, as OB lurks everywhere. The up hill and down hill holes, are like no other course in the area; a must try for sure. Some much needed improvement on the tee pads will make this course a top contender in Ontario.
Christie Lake Conservation Area › October 11, 2012
A
Christie Lake has come a long way since it opened up in 2007. The park did a great job of getting the baskets and outsourcing the layout. The first few years, nothing had really changed and CL started to go on the radar of "not worth the trip" Over the last 2 years there has been some dedicated locals, who took ownership of the course and established a great relationship with the conservation area. The park slowly started to take shape, with a creative eye and a ton of work. The fairways too ...
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