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Muskoka Highlands Golf Links maintains the true Scottish links feel on an 18-hole course that now spans more than 6,000 yards.
Muskoka Highlands challenging yet relaxing course is located in the Explorer's Edge - a geographic area including Muskoka, Parry Sound, Almaguin and Algonquin Park. The Muskoka Highlands Golf Links is located in Bracebridge, Ontario. Bracebridge is located in "Cottage Country," one of the best-kept secrets and most scenic regions in North America. You will fall in love with the Muskoka Highlands Golf Links scenery.
Established in 1993, the course motto is "A Wee Touch of Scotland." You will appreciate the way our course stays true to the traditional links style. Visit now to see for yourself.
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3037 Quail Run Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1T3S1
Foggy starting in the evening.
Foggy throughout the day.
Snow (12–21 cm.) starting in the afternoon.
Rain in the morning.
Light snow (< 1 cm.) in the morning.
Date: 2009-Sep-23 Review by Dan P
It really wasn't our intention to play in a tournament and review at the same time but since the "Ron Babcock Fall Classic" (2-man scramble) presented itself we didn't have to be asked twice.
Here's proof that tough pin placements can make a not so difficult course tougher than nails. The previous day my golfing partner and I each shot a round of 86. In the scramble we had a combined result of 87. Our 6 putt on hole #10 didn't help our cause.
Muskoka Highlands surprisingly, is a links style course. All the courses I've played in the Muskoka area have been cut through the forest and large outcroppings of rock is not unusual. Muskoka Highlands breaks this mold. The course is not overly long at just over 6000 yards from the tips and a par 69. A number of the par 3s are in excess of 200 yards (#2, #7, & #10) which makes a score of par very attractive on these holes.
The greens were exceptional, even this late in the season.
The fairways were extremely wet from a heavy rain two days previous. Taking the wetness into consideration I still thought the fairways needed a bit of work.
There is one lone tree on hole #18 that comes in to play. If you hit a tree anywhere else then you've hit an extremely bad shot.