The St. Marys Golf & Country Club is a championship, 18-hole golf course located in St. Marys, Ontario, Canada. The original nine holes were established in 1931 and then under private ownership since 1993, a new nine holes was constructed in 1994. Designed by David Moote, of Moote & Associates, the new layout utilizes the rolling St. Marys topography and maintains the degree of difficulty and fun playability of the original course.
Over the past 23 years, the St. Marys golf course has undergone continual upgrades and several renovations and improvements including the construction of a beautiful waterfall and pond on holes 9 and 16, an RCGA designed green at hole 13 built in 2008, as well as the recently reconfigured, stunning hole 17 RCGA green and hole 18 fairway. In 2016, the Club is currently renovating its 40 + sand traps, increasing the size, improving the drainage and replacing with a high quality sand. The changes only add to the Club's reputation as one of the more challenging and picturesque golf courses in Southwestern Ontario.
The golf course has been highly rated in numerous newspaper articles and is the home course for the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.