Turnberry Golf Club, Est. 2010. Designed by renowned Canadian Golf Course Architects, Doug Carrick & Cam Tyers. A Public, Championship Executive Course crafted from an old aggregate quarry in the great city of Brampton, ON, Canada. Carrick & Tyers captured the characteristics of classic links courses in Scotland and Ireland with undulating topography, thick vegetation, exceptional green contours and strategic bunker & water placement. Turnberry provides a true challenge for any caliber of golfer. Select the appropriate tees for a proper experience.
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Par 4, 443 Yards
Set between two heather covered dunes, the fairway at the First rises from the creek. The preferred shot is a draw off the tee, moving with the shape of the hole. An uphill approach shot to the green awaits. The opening hole provides golfers with a sense of the challenge that is about to reveal itself.
Par 3, 120 Yards
The Fourth at Turnberry is based on the famous "Postage Stamp", the Eighth Hole at Royal Troon on the western coast of Scotland. The name of the hole was coined by famed golfer Willie Park who said that the hole had "a pitching surface skimmed down to the size of a postage stamp."
Par 3, 152 Yards
Initially conceived to play in the opposite direction, the Fifth Hole plays over a pond. It can be played from two distinct tee boxes which dramatically alters the angle of approach. A forced carry over the pond is required, with two bunkers on either side of the green helping to define the putting surface from the tee.
Par 3, 148 Yards
A bunkerless hole, this Par 3 is protected by large undulations within the green. "The green reminded me of a potato chip" designer Cam Tyers recalls. The 5,000 square foot putting surface is one of the smaller greens at Turnberry and the raised green creates deep chipping hollows, a feature that recurs throughout the golf course.