The Course

  • Hole 1 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    The first hole is a downhill dog-leg right and the smart tee shot is hit to the left of the fairway avoiding a well placed bunker. A short to middle iron brings you home to a receptive green with a bunker on the right side.

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    Hole 1
    Par 4
    324
    380
    410
    420
    MH 9
    LH 7
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  • Hole 2 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    Hole two dog legs to the right and a well placed drive left of centre, avoiding the pond on the right, is a must. The green, back dropped by hardwood trees, has two critically placed bunkers ready to catch a less than perfect approach shot- be careful!

    Hole sponsor:Superior Propane

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    Hole 2
    Par 4
    273
    298
    312
    326
    MH 15
    LH 13
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  • Hole 3 – Par 5 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    The third hole is a long uphill run requiring a drive over a marsh, a long fairway wood, and probably a mid to long iron to a postage stamp sized green. Nine bunkers will make your long uphill run seem even longer- birdies will be rare! Your view of the Fox Meadow Clubhouse is spectacular.

    Hole sponsor:
    Vogue Optical

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    Hole 3
    Par 5
    454
    508
    526
    539
    MH 1
    LH 1
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  • Hole 4 – Par 3 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    After the last hole you now get a bit of a rest, but not much!  The fourth hole, a downhill par 3, demands a crisp iron shot to a very receptive green guarded by two front bunkers. Birdies could happen here.

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    Hole 4
    Par 3
    134
    149
    164
    180
    MH 13
    LH 17
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  • Hole 5 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    The 5th hole is uphill with a gently winding turn to the right. Mid centre fairway is mandatory, as fairway bunkers on both sides of the landing area will catch stray tee shots. Second shots have to come in the front door of the green because two more bunkers guard the entrance to the green. Two putts on this big undulating green will be an accomplishment.

    Hole sponsor:
    Sobeys

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    Hole 5
    Par 4
    304
    345
    366
    382
    MH 17
    LH 9
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  • Hole 6 – Par 5 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    Hole six will be a sleeper. It’s long, tree lined for your drive, uphill at the end, with five bunkers strategically placed, and a small green to top it off! Start your tee shot just to the left of the fairway pine tree and don’t let up until you sink that last putt.

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    Hole 6
    Par 5
    427
    469
    504
    522
    MH 5
    LH 3
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  • Hole 7 – Par 3 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    The “signature hole” at Fox Meadows for sure!
    Pick the right club, take a deep breath of clean Stratford air, and swing. A true risk-reward shot with a bail-out area on the waiting hillside, but you still have to chip to a green almost completely surrounded with water.

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    Hole 7
    Par 3
    105
    122
    124
    137
    MH 11
    LH 15
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  • Hole 8 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    Eight is a dog leg left that may see some fairway woods and long irons off the tee. Big hitters may be teased to cut the corner and have a shorter approach shot to a good sized green guarded by two bunkers. A birdie here will help your score on the front nine!

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    Hole 8
    Par 4
    305
    340
    368
    381
    MH 7
    LH 11
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  • Hole 9 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    The ninth hole is a good par four where a generous landing area awaits your drive. Fairway bunkers and green side bunkers should not pose as much trouble as usual. Approach shots are to a larger elevated green, and after this hole you can rest for a minute and then head out on the back nine.

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    Hole 9
    Par 4
    356
    400
    425
    443
    MH 3
    LH 5
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  • Hole 10 – Par 5 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    A good drive out of the chute allows you to hit a generous landing area. Watch out of bounds left, fairway bunkers, and avoid hitting over the green at all costs. Might be a birdie possibility with a sharp putt!

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    Hole 10
    Par 5
    433
    505
    533
    555
    MH 12
    LH 4
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  • Hole 11 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    An elevated tee launches the golfer down to a beautiful treed par 4 with out of bounds left. Tee shot must avoid three stepping stone bunkers on the right side. Medium size green is nestled beneath a backdrop of hardwoods and is guarded by ever present bunkers.

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    Hole 11
    Par 4
    319
    382
    409
    433
    MH 6
    LH 8
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  • Hole 12 – Par 3 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    A birdie opportunity with a mid to high iron shot. Green offers lots of challenging pin placements and a shot in any of three well placed bunkers will cancel out any birdie opportunity.

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    Hole 12
    Par 3
    116
    125
    133
    140
    MH 18
    LH 18
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  • Hole 13 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    A strong par 4, dog leg left, with a big pond waiting for stray shots. Second shots will be long irons and fairway woods to a nicely contoured green bordering on mature softwood trees. Most golfers leaving with a par will feel a sense of accomplishment.

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    Hole 13
    Par 4
    305
    382
    406
    416
    MH 4
    LH 12
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  • Hole 14 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    Fairway fades away to the right with trees all down the left side. First, drive to a generous landing area and then hit to a 7500 square foot green. Watch out for the pot bunker to the right of the green.

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    Hole 14
    Par 4
    305
    382
    406
    416
    MH 4
    LH 12
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  • Hole 15 – Par 3 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    This hole is completely surrounded by a mixture of mature hardwood and softwood trees. An accurate tee shot with mid to long iron could set up a birdie. Hidden pot bunker behind the green and tough pin placements over left front traps could eliminate the birdie or even a par.

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    Hole 15
    Par 3
    135
    152
    167
    172
    MH 14
    LH 16
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  • Hole 16 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    Straight away tee shot through a short tree lined chute sets up a unique second shot. Bird’s eye view of a huge receptive green may be misleading. Possibly one more club will be needed.

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    Hole 16
    Par 4
    333
    392
    406
    422
    MH 8
    LH 6
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  • Hole 17 – Par 4 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    Hit your drive to the right of the birch tree in the distance and possibly take advantage of the prevailing wind. The second shot requires both length and accuracy to a medium size green with traps waiting for any imperfections.

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    Hole 17
    Par 4
    304
    375
    395
    406
    MH 10
    LH 14
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  • Hole 18 – Par 5 Open or Close

    Player Notes
    You are almost home but you have work to do. A beautiful long par 5 with lots of trees down most of the right side. Good drives will be cradled into the middle of the fairway. Drives to the left will find two yawning fairway bunkers. A long uphill second shot must be accurate to a tree lined avenue of trees. Approach shot to the green must avoid three huge bunkers and then two putts caps it off!

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    Hole 18
    Par 5
    449
    496
    519
    544
    MH 2
    LH 2
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