The North Course at Angus Glen offers beauty, challenge, and variety to satisfy the skills of any golfer.
Known on an international level for hosting a PGA tour event (2007 Canadian Open), Angus Glen North Course provides a memorable day of play for all.
The fairways on the North Course at Angus Glen are lined with jagged, peaky, fescue-covered dunes, and riddled with three and four foot sod wall bunkers. While the fescue dunes are grown freely to their natural height of approximately two feet, the sod walls are kept tightly trimmed to reveal the menacing vertical faces complete with the Scottish-style layering of the sod.
The Providence Bentgrass on the tees, greens and fairways of the North Course exhibits an upright growth characteristic, providing a good lie for fairway shots, and a true roll on the putting surfaces. With a steady topdressing and grooming program in place, the greens are kept relatively fast, and the subtle undulations will test the skills of even the best putters.
A fully computerized irrigation system with individual sprinkler control offers an environment that is not only highly beneficial to the turf, but also to the golfer. And with its four sets of tee blocks on each hole, the course can be played with varying degrees of difficulty. All in all, the course provides a wonderful playing balance of challenge and fun.