Originally founded in 1963, Noyac Golf Club was designed by the famous golf architect William Mitchell, who managed to use the limited area of the parkland near Noyac Bay to literally “squeeze” 7000 yards of a golf course with masterful precision and design skill. Recently the course was redesigned by Ross Forbes to better meet the needs of the club’s active members, offering them a challenging golfing experience.

What is standing out among the club’s features is the increased difficulty level of the main golf course, which was noted by the professional golfers. However, after the renovation, the club started to welcome the middle-level players, as the large practice putting green and a short game area were introduced. Among other facilities – are a driving range and a closed-space teaching facility, allowing the four-season practice to the members.

After the game members can relax in a clubhouse or purchase branded equipment from the fully stocked pro shop.

As a closed golf club, you will need to purchase a membership, which will allow you to visit the golf courses yourself and invite your guests. However, it is expected that members will maintain the “club’s atmosphere” at all times, meaning that strict dress code regulations are in place.

In summary, Noyac Golf Club by no means is suitable for casual golfers, but if you are looking for an elite experience, you might give it a shot.

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