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Monday, 25 February 2013 19:09

Tobermory Village Campground

Tobermory Village Campground

  • Outdoor fitness activities
  • 2.2 km from harbour
  • Across from golf course
  • High speed internet
  • Laundry facilities
  • Shuttle service
  • Doggy day care
  • Pool
  • Cottages
  • trailer parking
  • camp sites Fire pits
Saturday, 23 February 2013 17:03

Duffers Mini Putt

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Duffers Mini Putt

Mini Putt is fun for the whole family

Adults $10.00 tax incl.
Kids $5.00 tax incl
Groups of 6 or more $5.00 each tax incl. 

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Friday, 22 February 2013 21:36

9th & 18th Holes

9th hole is a deceiving par 4. Although the yardage and layout of the hole looks like you can reach the green, you are almostalways into the wind and plays about 20 yards farther due to the up hill approach. The fairway narrows to almost nothing close to the green, coming up short will leave you an uphill pitch out of lush rough. This hole has deep lush rough and fescue waist area on the left with large Jack Pines near the green. To the right more fescue with large trees and out of bounds. Laying up will take this out of play.

18th tees are brought way up that even high handicappers can reach the green from the front and almost forces all big hitters to go for it. There is two bunkers at the green and deep rough all around, the Jack Pine trees left of the green now come into play. Going for the green requires a perfect shot to hit the green and the sloping elevated greens makes your approach shot treacherous if you miss the green. For a hole that looks so easy not many birds are made on this hole.

Friday, 22 February 2013 21:34

8th & 17th Holes

8th hole is another layup or risk reward dog leg right par 4. The green is reachable from the tee but if not hit well you will definitely be in trees of fescue. Currently you can see the pin from the tee but the newly planted hardwoods will block your view in a few years. The left side is lined with fescue and mounds. The green falls away from you, it is a good idea to stay far enough away to get some spin on the ball, coming in from too close or the rough, you will most likely find yourself over the green.

17th tees are moved way back for the second nine. A large lilac bush blocks your view of the fairway and a driver will most likely put you in the new trees on the right or through the fairway in deep rough. This can be a tricky hole on windy days.

Friday, 22 February 2013 21:25

7th & 16th holes

7th hole is a short par 5. Off the tee the deep rough along with 3 large pines that will block your second shot is the only real trouble to the right. The left side has a series of mounds bordered by planted hardwoods, large cedars can block your second shot to the green. A grass bunker is in the middle and two large lilac trees on both sides of the fairway can come into play on your second shot. Although most big hitters can reach the green in two with a long iron, this green is hard to hold and naturally feeds to the left.

16th hole The tees are moved forward enough to make all the trees that were not in play now come into play off the tee. The wind comes into play on this reasonably easy second shot to the hard to hold green.

Friday, 22 February 2013 21:23

6th & 15th Holes

6th hole is another long par 3 from the back tees and a carry over gorsk from the front tees. This hole is tricky in the wind, the green is surrounded by a large tree on the left, garden at the back and a long bunker to the right wrapping around the back. Be careful the bush on the right is closer than it looks!

15th hole the tees move forward considerably going from a long iron to a short iron. The back tees play from the front 9 forward tee block, This is our signature par 3 thus why we have both levels of players get a look from this tee.

Friday, 22 February 2013 21:20

5th & 14th holes

5th hole is a severe dog leg right par 4, although this hole is short it is a very low percentage shot to go for the green. The green has two large bunkers and very close to the bush and one of the old stone hedge. This hole is a blind shot, a lay up with a short iron in front of the fairway bunkers or cut off some of the corner with a long iron or hybrid. The green is sloped allowing you to attack the pin but a difficult putt.

14th hole does not change much for the forward tees but is quite different off the tee from the back tees. The look from the back is like you would see in Carolina or Florida, you can see the pin but not much else. The trees frame out the direction you must take, anything left puts you in the fairway bunkers or bush, to the right brings a wall of cedars. Big hitters can go for the green but there is nothing but trees and fescue 20 yards left or right of the green as well as the large bunkers.

Friday, 22 February 2013 21:18

4th &13th Holes

4th hole is a layup par 4, although the hole is short the landing area is surrounded with out of bounds right and back, pond to the left and 3 bunkers in front. The hole also has a split fairway allowing your to lay up with a mid iron, most players use a hybrid or long iron taking the bunkers and pond out of play. This is a risk reward hole.

13th hole turns into a blind par 3 from the back tees, the tees have been moved way left that forces a carry over the pond, this hole allows a bail out on the right side but has a bunker to the back of the green and water on the left and front.

Friday, 22 February 2013 21:16

3rd & 12th Holes

3rd hole is a short par 5 with planted trees littering the right landing area off the tee and out of bounds right of that. The left side is fescue from tee to green. The main challenge on this hole is the green, the undulation's make it hard to get the ball close.

12th hole turns into a short par 5, tees are brought way back into the bush giving an intimidating look at the hole from the very back. This hole sets you up looking at the right side where there is a bunker waiting.The left side does not usually come into play off the tee, the main thing that makes the hole tough is coming into the hole with a long iron will bring the pond behind the green into play.

Friday, 22 February 2013 21:13

2nd & 11th Holes

2nd The Second hole is a long elevated par 3, the length, wind and 2 bunkers at the green make this a very challenging par.

11th The tees are moved up for the second nine that takes the elevation out and a mid iron for most players.