City run course that is not well maintained. Greens are tough, but other than that, a straightforward course. #17 ruins it as you have a winding S fairway that is 10 years wide. You can't hit driver, but can get to the green with three 9 irons. Good for kids or beginners.
The golf course has a very interesting design and can be challenging if you choose the wrong club. It is particularly beautiful when leaves turn red. Have played there many times and mostly good experience. There are a few things to note with this course. 1. It is always packed. 2. In the morning, the experience is mostly fine as... 更多
Today my son and his girlfriend attempted to complete 28 holes...the group behind had no golf etiquette at al. three times they were nearly hit by flying golf balls. By the 16th hole he voiced his concerns to the clubhouse and was told "you didn't have to come here ". Needless to say they just left and didn't finish their... 更多
Tyandaga is usually an inexpensive place to play. It's in decent shape for a municipal course. The greens are a bit shaggy and it's not a long course but it is challenging and can be a lot of fun. The staff is usually very friendly too.
This course is in excellent shape but very busy. it's not a long course but very hilly. Lots of blind shots from the tee blocks and into the green. Greens are a bit inconsistent, really hard to judge speed.
Darlene and Tony are great hosts, breakfast delicious and reasonable. All summer long sit on patio and enjoy the view. Lunch and dinner menu as well. We have made Tyandaga Golf Course our place for breakfast, can't beat the view?
Tyandaga Golf course is one of the best public courses in the Burlington, Ontario area and is owned and operated... 更多