Choose from two great golf courses

•Angel's View Golf Course is our regulation length, par-36, 9-hole course GAO Rated
•Mystic Ridge Golf Course is our executive length, par-63, 18-hole course

Designed by Rene Muylaert, one of Canada's leading golf course architects, each layout will challenge your skill and reward shot-making accuracy while providing great golf value without spending all day on the course.

9 Hole Regulation
GAO Rated
Angel's View Golf Course is a 9-hole regulation length par-36 course that borders the scenic Sixteen Mile Creek. Angel’s View Golf Course offers the perfect mix of challenge and length. NOW GAO Rated!

There are two par-5's, five par-4's and two par-3's to challenge your skills. Our signature 7th hole arouses the most excitement from golfers, regardless of their skill level. Angel's View Golf Course is perfect for those golfers who are looking to get in a quick but memorable round of golf in 2 hours or less.

Our Signature Hole... Are you up to the challenge of our 7th hole?

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Situated along a wooded ravine, the Par 5 465-yard 7th hole is the longest and – arguably – the most difficult hole. The large sized pond, 300 yards from the tee, and strategically placed bunkers makes this hole a great challenge.

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18 Hole Executive
Mystic Ridge Golf Course is an 18-hole executive length par-63 course.

Adjacent to Angel's View Golf Course, Mystic Ridge operates out of the same Pro Shop. As all 18 holes can be played in 4 hours, Mystic Ridge has become a popular destination for golfers who desire a great, quick round of golf. Perfect for a break during a busy work schedule. Extremely well maintained, this course is a favourite venue for players eager to improve their short game.

Mystic Ridge features an outstanding collection of picturesque holes that range in length from 145 to over 460 yards. There are 2 par-5's, 5 par-4's and the rest are par-3.

Our Signature Hole... Are you up to the challenge of our 18th hole?

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The 414-yard 18th hole is the most challenging - a sharp dogleg right. To get home safely you must strategically play for position off the tee by veering to the left centre of the fairway to avoid the water hazard on the right. From there, a long iron or fairway wood can get you on the dance floor where a two-putt is a good effort.

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