SAVANNAH GOLF LINKS takes its name from the Savannah oak tree, which is rare in Ontario. Savannah Golf Links preserves and enhances the natural beauty of it's setting, and is the first in the country to be affiliated with the Nature Conservancy of Canada - to preserve the natural habitat of native plants and animals. This gives the course a lush parkland feel as it winds through wooded areas on many holes.
Savannah Golf Links plays from 6,213 yards from the championship tees, and 4,563 yards from the front. While not overly long, Savannah is surely a shotmaker's course were accuracy is a premium, and the course is well suited to golfers of all skill levels. The par four sixth hole plays 362 yards, and is a challenging dogleg right with a small landing area. Your second shot must carry water to a postage stamp green protected by a front bunker.
Savannah's most scenic hole is the par four 15th. From the elevated tee, the whole course unfolds beautifully before you. If you have the drive to attempt it, the green is reachable from the tee.