Niagara Falls, Canada
Legends on the Niagara
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Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
The Battlefield course boast a decided links look, Carrick’s design of a 19-acre man made lake that boarders both the 9th and 18th hole is breathtaking from any angle. With the nearby mist of the Falls and water on 6 other holes, Battlefields ponds have claimed their share of stray balls.
Located on the South side of this majestic property, Thomas McBroom has created a true masterpiece.
With its thick stands of deciduous trees and strong contours, Ussher’s Creek looks like a classic parkland course. The mature Carolinian forest along with a sea of bunkers are ready to snare any wayword strokes, and present an intimidating optical illusion.
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gregmo - 5/7/14
Big open fairways. One of my fave courses in Niagara
e_c_poirier - 5/6/14
I was told my 9:30am tee time included range balls, OOPS - range wasn't cut and wasn't open until after my tee time, sorry about your luck.
The pro-shop staff was unhelpful and didn't meet my expectations for a "resort" of this calibre, if not for the starter (Stewie) and the grounds crew (friendly gentlemen cutting the greens), my experience would have been a complete train-wreck.
Pro's: Even though the group I was paired up with tee'd off at 8:45, instead of 9:30, Stewie suggested that I tee-off from the back 9, which worked out great. It felt that I was playing my own private (soggy) course. Stewie was generous enough to provide me with a Course Guide, which helped me tremendously in club selection. The greens were smooth and true.
Con's: how in the world does a business advertise a range, yet not have it open atleast an hour before the earliest tee-off time is beyond my comprehension and the reason for my extreme dissatisfaction with today's round. Lastly, the course was so swamped and soggy, that I plugged everyone of my tee-shots into the fairway (no roll), and some fairways were so bad that I actually was unable to find my plugged ball. How frustrating to hit a nice tee ball down the centre of the fairway, only to loose it..
Would I recommend this course? Conditionally. If you want to play it during peak season and can afford the peak rates, I assume that at full staff & dry, this course would be impeccable.
mmototsune - 9/26/16
Dave Woolley - 3/1/16
stevechel - 8/6/15
jazzman5 - 7/26/14
lmnop - 8/6/13
juleone9 - 7/3/13
jlaqui - 7/2/12
gmasterson - 9/14/09
Best Score: 70
Usher’s Creek / Blue