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As you could have guessed already, the golf course at Niagara Falls Country Club sits near the famous landmark of the same name. The club uses this advantage wisely – even their official logo features thematically designed Niagara Escarpment. Established in 1901, currently, this private membership-owned club delivers family-oriented service for everyone.

One of its main advantages over other clubs is the fantastic panoramic view for visitors to enjoy: while exploring the course, you can enjoy the breathtaking sight of Niagara River and Lake Ontario, as well as the downtown Toronto skyline.

As for the description of the course itself, it is a par 70/6,871 yard golf course featuring 65 sand traps – a challenge for golfers of any level of mastery. The course was originally designed in 1919, but consecutive updates were introduced by the team of golf architects and players – Robert Trent Jones Sr., Geoffrey S. Cornish and Brian M. Silva. The course holds a status of a championship one, because the club hosted several PGA tournaments in the past, as well as welcomed such professional players as Ben Crenshaw, Phil Mickleson, Jason Day, etc.

For membership inquiry, you should head straight to the website and contact the club’s team; no forms need to be submitted.

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