Iroquois Golf Club
Iroquois Golf Club

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Hole 1 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 1 - "King's Highway" »

Sponsored by Bill's Towing


Par 4 - 353 yd straight away
An easy starting hole but it is important to keep tee shot on left half of fairway to have clear shot at green.  Ditch in front gobbles up mishits on approaches.
Hole 1 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 2 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 2 - "Linen Mill" »

Sponsored by 730 Permit Services


Par 5 - 480 yd gentle double dogleg
Cedars and mounds on the right can come into play for slicers. Intrusive trap on right makes for difficult pin placements. Difficult to get close to pin in two shots.
Hole 2 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 3 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 3 - "Point Iroquois" »

Sponsored by Frank Ault Excavating Ltd.


Par 5 - 520 yd dogleg right
Must decide whether to fly ditch or play short on tee shot.  Oh yes - out of bounds on the right!  Breeze off the river adds difficulty to approach shot!  The view is magnificent once you get there!
Hole 3 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 4 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 4 - "Pickerel Bay" »

Sponsored by Iroquois Foodland


Par 3 - 173 yd water on right
Pause for just a second to take in the view before attempting to execute tough shot along the shoreline.
Hole 4 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 5 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 5 - "The Tannery" »

Sponsored by PV Signs


Par 5 - 468 yd dogleg right
This is the easiest par five on the course.  Best approach to green is from the left but any miss to the left will still end up in the pond.
Hole 5 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 6 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 6 - "Dairy Lane" »

Sponsored by Swank Construction Ltd.


Par 4 - 385 yd dogleg right
Keeping it in the fairway is essential.  Aim right of red maple on approach shot.
Hole 6 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 7 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 7 - "Cathcart" »

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Par 3 - 158 yd straight away
So you think you can putt! This sloping green tests even the best with the short stick.
Hole 7 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 8 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 8 - "McIntosh Way" »

Sponsored by The Alibi Restaurant


Par 4 - 359 yd dogleg right
Tee shot is important.  Try to stay left.  Shorter drives make for a very difficult approach shot while longer drives risk fading into stream.
Hole 8 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 9 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 9 - "Dam Hole" »

Sponsored by Rooney Feeed Ltd.


Par 4 - 320 yd dogleg right
Choose your club carefully before teeing off and you will leave yourself a short iron approach into a sloping green positioned near the clubhouse.
Hole 9 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 10 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 10 - "Galop Canal" »

Sponsored by Edward Jones


Par 4 - 357 yd dogleg left
This hole, which follows the shoreline of the St. Lawrence River, demands a well executed tee shot to set up your approach into the riverside green.
Hole 10 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 11 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 11 - "Sparrowhawk Point" »

Sponsored by S. G. Wells Ford


Par 3 - 115 yd
If you did not see a blue heron on previous holes, keep watch.  You may see one here patiently waiting to observe a hole in one.  This scenic par three plays easy on a calm day.  A good breeze, regardless of its direction, turns this lamb of a hole into a howling wolf.
Hole 11 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 12 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 12 - "The Pavilion" »

Sponsored by Brister Group Insurance


Par 4 - 380 yd straight away
If you fade left to right watch out on every shot.  A deep gully runs down the right side starting near the tee.  To the right of the green is a large pond.
Hole 12 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 13 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 13 - "Indian Island" »

Sponsored by Timber Mart


Par 3 - 130 yd straight away
This steeply graded green with its upper tier guarded by a trap often presents an interesting putting challenge.
Hole 13 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 14 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 14 - "Royal Oak" »

Sponsored by Lloyd McMillan Equipment


Par 4 - 333 yd
If you like using the one wood, beware the reachable bunker on the right.  There is room to miss it left, if you can keep it away from the large weeping willows.  You might be wise to save that big drive for the next hole.
Hole 14 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 15 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 15 - "Chestnut Street" »

Sponsored by Marsden & McLaughlin Funeral Homes


Par 5 - 495 yd gentle double dogleg or straight away
Typically plays longer into the less than favourable wind.  You will probably want to let out the shaft as you angle a drive over the hazard but shorter hitters are well advised to play it as a dogleg by aiming left. Things do not get easier when you face an approach shot into a green that just says NO!
Hole 15 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 16 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 16 - "Grand Trunk" »

Sponsored by Collins Barrow


Par 5 - 537 yd dogleg right
Things do not get easier yet in our tough four hole finish.  The corner of 16 can be cut across the thick rough.  However, only under rare circumstances will you find this green in two.  Shorter hitters require good first and second shots to safely avoid ditch 140 yards from green.
Hole 16 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 17 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 17 - "Colonel Morrison of the 89th" »

Your business name could appear here and at 17 tee for all golfers to see.


Par 4 - 386 yd dogleg right
Keep tee shot well left.  Tight fit between the hazards coming into green.  Short approaches kick right into hazard.
Hole 17 at Iroquois Golf Club
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Hole 18 at Iroquois Golf Club

« Hole 18 - "Doran Creek" »

Your business name could appear here and at 18 tee for all golfers to see.


Par 3 - 173 yd over water
Sand trap on left demands a lofted shot with lots of carry to hit the green.  A great blue heron is frequently observed on this hole.
Hole 18 at Iroquois Golf Club