South Muskoka Golf Club is semi-private golf club located in Bracebridge. The course is nestled in the heart of Muskoka, which is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, and offers golfers a challenging and scenic round of golf. It was designed by renowned Canadian golf course architect Robbie Robinson, a member of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. The first 9-holes opened in 1974, and five years later, they opened an additional 9. The course is now a par-71 and spans over 6,500 yards, with a slope rating of 138, which adds an additional challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
The course features a balance of holes that are both technically demanding and visually enjoyable. Golfers will encounter rolling fairways, pine and maple forest, and well-placed bunkers that require precision shot-making. The course also features water hazards that come into play on several holes, adding an additional layer of difficulty to the round. South Muskoka is renowned for being impeccably maintained, from the course to the carts.
In addition to the course, South Muskoka Golf Club offers a variety of amenities on-site for golfers to enjoy. There’s a full-service clubhouse that includes a pro shop, locker rooms, and an on-site restaurant, South’s, which serves classic pub grub. There is also a practice facility and pros on hand for golf lessons.