Want to hit the fairway? Here’s where to golf in Oshawa:
Oshawa Golf & Curling Club Since 1911, Oshawa’s golf enthusiasts have flocked the century-old layout and mature trees that make up the 18 hole Oshawa Golf & Curling Club. It’s a private club, offering golf and social memberships, as well as a Clubhouse with dining facilities and patio. Entrance and annual fees can be found here. 160 Alexandra St., Oshawa
Oshawa Airport Golf Club This 18 hole executive course is situated around a valley and stream, and the club’s undulating greens are considered to be some of the best in the area. Become a member, or simply book a tee time and pay the green fee. 1145 Thornton Road N., Oshawa
Columbus Golf & Country Club New on the Oshawa golf scene is the 18 hole Columbus Golf & Country Club, which offers golfers a long course with challenging holes, but lacks a clubhouse. Memberships are available, or check out the green fees. 3622 Simcoe Street N., Oshawa
Kedron Dells Golf Club Kedron Dells opened for play in 1974, to provide a quality championship course at affordable cost to the public golfer. Built on 155 acres on the Oshawa Creek valley and uplands, the course includes long demanding fours and five’s, creek valley holes, compact doglegs, large undulating greens, and a clubhouse with a full menu. Want to try it? Find green fees here. 2400 Ritson Road N., Oshawa.
Harmony Creek Golf Club This 18 hole executive golf course features ponds, creeks, bridges, mature trees, sandtraps and a putting green, plus a driving range with night lights and a pro shop. Pay the green fee, or become a member. 1000 Bloor Street E., Oshawa.
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