Granite Ridge Golf Club is located on the beautiful Niagara Escarpment in Milton, ON. We are a 36-hole facility offering challenging layouts that can play up to 6500 yards. Designed by renowned Canadian golf course architects Rene Muylaert and Dick Kirkpatrick, Granite Ridge opened its doors to the public on July 1, 1996. The architects designed a user-friendly course with playability and tournaments in mind. Quick undulating greens, menacing water hazards and most of all superior customer service await you and your invited guests.
Our Cobalt course is a Par 72 layout that can play up to 6500 yards from the Blue tees. The 1st hole offers up a challenging risk/reward type of shot on this dogleg left par 4. The lengthy par 5 4th hole features "out-of-bounds" down the entire left hand side, with 2 strategically placed ponds guarding your approach shot to the green. The par 4 12th hole boasts a menacing water hazard that stretches down the right hand side of the hole so an accurate tee shot is a must here. The par 4 18th hole is a medium length dog-leg right that rewards an accurate tee shot to the corner of the dog-leg. The player is then faced with one final challenge as they play their approach shot to a heavily guarded green with bunkers all around. The Cobalt course is sure to test your every ability as you enjoy the scenery on the Niagara Escarpment.
Our Ruby course is a Par 70 layout that can play up to 5900 yards from the Blue Tees. Water comes into play on 14 of the 18 holes on the Ruby course. The term Risk/reward best describes this course that begins with a short but challenging 1st hole where the player must decide on laying up or attempting to carry the large pond on the left side of the hole. The par 5 4th hole is heavily guarded with trees and fairway bunkers on your 1st and 2nd shots while the pond behind the green will rinse any balls that carry too far on your approach shot. The par 3 9th hole plays up to 174 yards with trees on either side of the green and a large pond in the back. The par 4 11th hole is another risk/reward type of hole. A long tee shot leaves a short iron approach to the green but be careful of the ponds on the left and right as you hit your tee shot. Our par 3 17th hole is truly one the most beautiful holes on the golf course as it's nestled underneath the Niagara Escarpment. It features a pond and bunkers in front with a menacing hazard behind the green. An accurate tee shot is a must here. The Ruby course is fair but challenging to even the most seasoned golfer.