Course Details

Prepare yourself for an unparalleled golfing experience. Our Premiere and Legacy courses are a pleasure for golfers to play. The Premiere golf course will challenge you while providing a relaxing and picturesque backdrop. You can test your accuracy on our Legacy golf course with unique fairways, water hazards and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. All in all, our goal is to provide you with a quality experience that includes exceptional service and a comfortable atmosphere.

Environmental Strategies

Irrigation – The water taking for irrigation at Greensmere Golf & Country Club has been designed to minimize the impact to the surrounding natural environment. This innovative solution to water supply limits the golf course’s impact on the natural environment. The water is stored in a series of ponds located on the golf course that are connected to the main irrigation pond. The course does not rely on water taken from natural streams or ponds and groundwater is also not used for irrigation. During wet periods of the year such as following the spring melt or a significant rainfall event, the golf course has been designed to funnel excess water to the on-site pond system for storage. The water levels within the constructed ponds can be controlled, and as necessary, additional water can be released from various ponds to the main irrigation pond for use during irrigation.

The water stored within the on-site ponds is the only source of irrigation water for the golf course. Following the design of the water taking system, Greensmere had groundwater and surface water studies completed to ensure the proposed water taking would not have an adverse impact on surrounding water users and the natural environment.

Greensmere Golf & Country Club has achieved designation as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses (ACSP)  Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Certification is awarded to golf courses designed and maintained according to Audubon International’s precise planning standards and environmental disciplines.

Audubon International is an environmental organization whose mission is to improve the environment through research, education and conservation. To become certified we were required to complete an Environmental Plan for our facility by addressing Wildlife Conservation and Habitat Management, Water Quality Monitoring and Management, Integrated Pest Management, Water Conservation, Energy Efficiency, Waste Management, Outreach and Education. For further information on the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for golf courses, please visit

Course Map

Premiere Course

The front Nine of Premiere Course is based on a links style layout, bordered with majestic pine trees and a 30 foot elevation change.

The back nine has spectacular sculpted beauty with elevation changes up to 60 feet and an infamous birch tree growing through the 1934 Ford tractor in the middle of the 17th fairway.

Course Rating


Yardage – 6775

Men’s Rating/Slope – 70.2/115

Women’s Rating/Slope – N/B


Yardage – 6321

Men’s Rating/Slope – 68.5/108

Women’s Rating/Slope – 74.4/125


Yardage – 5932

Men’s Rating/Slope – 67.3/103

Women’s Rating/Slope – 72.9/122


Yardage – 5632

Men’s Rating/Slope – 65.8/98

Women’s Rating/Slope – 71.2/118


Yardage – 5367

Men’s Rating/Slope – 64.7/94

Women’s Rating/Slope – 69.7/114

Legacy Course

One of the newest courses in the Ottawa area is the Legacy Course, which opened to the public on May 1, 2010. It challenges golfers as they tee off down wind-swept, tree-lined fairways attempting to avoid the numerous ponds and bunkers and then adjusting their game to play elevated tees and greens. This extraordinary course offers spectacular views and an unforgettable game. Experience Legacy yourself.

Course Rating


Yardage – 6843

Men’s Rating/Slope – 72.5/125

Women’s Rating/Slope – N/B


Yardage – 6412

Men’s Rating/Slope – 70.6/119

Women’s Rating/Slope – 76.8/131


Yardage – 5941

Men’s Rating/Slope – 68.0/113

Women’s Rating/Slope – 73.8/127


Yardage – 5627

Men’s Rating/Slope – 66.2/110

Women’s Rating/Slope – 71.9/123


Yardage – 5375

Men’s Rating/Slope – 64.8/106

Women’s Rating/Slope – 70.2/118

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