Thursday, July 15, 2010

Loch March Golf Course: Inspiring Publinks in Ottawa

Public golf courses that are both challenging and inspirational are a thorny issue. You want to invite your friends to play but, in the same vein, you hope word doesn't spread so that you are always assured a tee time!

Such is the state of affairs at Loch March Golf & Country Club in Kanata, Ontario.

Considered "impressive" by players who have made this their "slice of golf paradise" could become a double-edged sword as Loch March considers itself "exclusively public" with no memberships nor initiation fees, fully accessible to the masses.

Carved from three-hundred acres of unspoiled forest, Loch March is ranked as one of the twelve best public golf courses in Ontario.

The Course stretches to just under 7,000 yards with four sets of tees to choose from. A "risk/reward" test of skills for all abilities, Loch March allows you to play with different levels of golfer, from beginner to advanced, and impels you to use all of the clubs in your bag. Download the course onto SkyCaddie and you will gain even more of an edge!

The Beauty of Loch March Golf & Country Club

Before setting out with your foursome, prepare at the superb practice facilities complete with range, short game area and exacting 44,000 square foot putting green. During your round, enjoy the beautiful March Highlands and afterwards relax at the inviting 10,000 square foot Clubhouse.

Loch March Golf Course in CanadaContained within a resort atmosphere, Loch March is friendly and service-oriented. The price per round is more than fair for the first-class experience you will receive.

When planning a vacation to Canada, add Loch March to your list of Ottawa golf courses. Then check out the great buzz surrounding Ottawa, from the culinary scene to the "sprawling collection of neighborhoods linked by greenways and canals." Modern yet charming with a decidedly French flavor, Ottawa is worth a visit.


Tinnku said...

These pictures are too good. I like these spots. I love to play in Golf Course like this.

Damen Nike said...

If you're new to a golf course, you want to learn about golf etiquette and play realistically. You need to upgrade the right attitude when joining any group of golfers who welcomes you as guests. For those who are just starting to learn golf, you should know that the more experienced golfer is also a part of the group, then you better had done enough golf fashion.