Iroquois Golf Club
Iroquois Golf Club

An Historical Journey

Play the only 18-hole links course in Ontario offering the opportunity to golf on the bank of the mighty St. Lawrence River. The combination of a challenging golf experience, spectacular views, and unique elements of history and culture are unmatched in our area.

As you approach on three or ten your green is back dropped by the Iroquois Control Dam if not by a huge ocean vessel making its way toward the lock. Look for the Osprey nest on hole number eleven and on eighteen there may be a Great Blue Heron standing patiently as if waiting to observe a hole in one. The open water of the St. Lawrence attracts cormorants often seen skimming the surface or a solitary loon emerging from below.

Hole names like The Royal Oak or Galop Canal remind golfers that they tread on soil once occupied by the original town of Iroquois, moved building by building, to accommodate development of the seaway.

Iroquois Golf Club makes an excellent choice for a day outing for golfers in the greater Ottawa area. The fifty-minute drive via either Bank Street or Highway 416 is worth the opportunity to play this gem by the St. Lawrence.