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The golf course is the focal point of the Amberwood Village Golf & Country Club. With the challenging features of the course, including water hazards on every hole, our members and visitors find the nine holes of our club an excellent place to test their skills. By playing from two different tee boxes for the front and back nine, the course can become a challenging 18 holes. Members may book tee-off times five days in advance. Non-members may book three days in advance. The quality of the course maintenance is second to none in the Ottawa area. A driving net, a practice chipping and sand bunker area, and a practice putting green are maintained for golfers' use. Golf club storage and locker facilities are also available to members.
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3037 Quail Run Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1T3S1
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Foggy in the morning.
Overcast throughout the day.
Foggy in the morning.
Snow (6–13 cm.) starting in the afternoon.
Date: 2006-Jul-02 Review by Dan P
Greens were a perfect size for the design of the course. The odd blemish but nothing that drastically affects play.
Wide, spacious fairways, and in good shape. Rarely a bad lie. Easy to find yardage markers.
Tees were flat, decent size.
Amberwood Village is design with seniors in mind. The course will also play fine for most women, juniors, and novice golfers.
The course is quite short (2367 maximum yardage) with a variety of par 3 and 4's. Flat in design with very little chance of losing a ball except to the rare water hazard that may come in to play.
For a quick 9 holes you can't complain about the price. Expect to play a round in about 1 1/2 hours.
Not a very difficult course. The course is designed to be beaten. The 9th hole provides the greatest challenge.
The course is clean and neat but will not take your breath away. It's simply a nice place to play.
Geese can be in abundance at certain times of the year.
No beverage cart visible but there may not have been one so early in the morning. I'm not sure a beverage cart would be available at any time.
The attendant was courteous but had little to say.
The pro shop was nothing to write home about and provided nothing more then a place to pay and pick up the minimal of golfing supplies.
The brunch in the 'Ten' restaurant was very good. A large staff to serve you.
Ample parking is available.
An extremely easy course to navigate. Not many trees or hazards.
No need for a cart, nor did I ever see one.
Scorecard does the trick for everything.
I liked Amberwood. Nothing to say negatively from my end.
A great course to build your confidence or work on your short game.
Amberwood Village is a great course to play a round with your better half.