The course at Grand Niagara is classic Rees Jones. To play a Rees Jones course is a true privilege, an experience the avid golfer will never forget. The world-renowned golf architect is famous for toughening up seven U.S. Open venues, six PGA Championship venues and three Ryder Cup sites. Of one of his newest creations, Jones says, "We have built a golf course at the Grand Niagara Club that could host a major championship."
There is no trickery here. His fairway angles, positioning of hazards and exquisitely contoured greens demand intelligent course management, tempting players with a variety of risk-reward options. Strategy breeds success. The course captivates and challenges players of all levels. It’s a gentle 5,737 yards from the forward tees, and a daunting 7,425 yards from the championship tees. Playing each of the four set of tees entails a unique challenge, entices a unique approach, engenders a unique adventure.
The beauty of Grand Niagara echoes the ambience of the world’s classic courses. The fairways roll and the wisps of fescue evoke images of the mist rising from nearby Niagara Falls.
One of the finest new golf courses in Canada - and even the world - the Rees Jones Course at Grand Niagara beckons you to experience golf as you’ve never experienced before. Feel like the masters. Share in their appreciation of the game.
You’ll never look at golf the same way again.