Whether it’s an enjoyable and affordable round of golf in the Barrie, Orillia, Midland area or a season-long membership at the friendliest golf club in Ontario, Settlers’ Ghost Golf Club is where golfers want to be.
On Horseshoe Valley Road, 10 minutes from Barrie, Settlers’ Ghost Golf Club is a par-72, 18-hole links-style John Robinson-designed golf course with breathtaking views looking westward to the Escarpment and Georgian Bay.
It is open to the public and features an unlimited golf “All You Can Play” option. Take a golf lesson from our award-winning golf instructors, savour a scrumptious meal in our dining room or enjoy a cold beverage on our patio. Whatever your plan it’s time to CATCH THE SPIRIT at Settlers’ Ghost!
Course Type: 18 holes, regulation length, links/parkland mix
Course Design: John Robinson
Greens Fees: $30 to $55 depending on season and time of day
Statistics: Par 72 (5 par 3s, 8 par 4s, 5 par 5s), 6,350 yards (gold tees), course rating 69.1, Slope rating 133
Amenities: Full practice facility, putting green, CPGA instruction, pro shop, restaurant, covered outdoor patio, power carts, pull carts, walking permitted
Lessons: Director of Golf Mary-Pat Quilty is a member of the PGA of Canada, an Ontario PGA Teacher of the Year and winner of the women’s Ontario PGA Championship. Mary-Pat played professional golf in Australia, Asia and the United States and continues to play competitive golf on the OPGA Tour.
Distinctions: Nominated for Best New Course in Canada awards from Golf Digest and SCOREGolf; selected by the Royal Canadian Golf Association to host the 2006 and 2007 CN Canadian Women’s Tour.
The Name: The first “settlers” to the area were the Huron Indians and the remains of two important village sites are located nearby. The second group of settlers were farmers, primarily from Britain. Settlers’ Ghost Golf Club is the third settler. “Ghost” refers to the first two groups, who may be gone, but are not forgotten. Our name creates a veiled vision of the past, and our logo carries a mystique that silently beckons you to know more. (Written By John Hughes).
Signature Hole: The 539-yard par-5 eighth requires a precise, long tee shot between towering white pines on the left and deep bunkers on the right. A long drive will allow a chance at hitting the elevated, sloping green in two, while a lay-up shot must be carefully placed in a valley in front of the putting surface.
Ready for a round? Click Here To Book a Tee Time or give us a call now at (705) 733-3595 for your tee time.