Probably the most distinguishing factor at Whisky Run is their three 9 hole courses which can played in different combinations, one at a time, or even all together! These perfectly manicured courses provide a variety of challenges for players of all levels.
Easily its most popular, the Fox course offers a parkland style experience with well grown stands of trees and strategically placed bunkers and ponds.
Get a taste of Scotland on Lake Erie with the Serpent course, low lying marshes and swamps will challenge throughout this links style. Watch out for the lake breeze and hole number 6, Whisky Run’s signature hole overlooking Lake Erie.
Finally, Whisky Run’s original course, the Owl course is a shorter wooded style course that will challenge those who need to work on their short game. Don't lose your ball in those wooded greens and fairways!
Whisky Run has made booking tee times incredibly easy with the Chronogolf marketplace. Book your tee times directly on www.chronogolf.com through your personal computer or phone, you can even see exactly what tee times are available. Not to mention that the www.chronogolf.com marketplace offers tee times at Whisky Run for 35% off!
Chronogolf offers weekly deals that can be easily booked through the web. Don’t miss your chance to get a good discount at an amazing golf course, book now!
Aside from it’s beautiful views and pristine courses, Whisky Run is well known for being a friendly family environment. The course is run by three generations of the Niewland family and was voted “Niagara’s Friendliest Golf Course” by Niagara this week. The Niewland’s truly believe that this contributes to the incredibly real family atmosphere the course creates for it’s members and guests.
Part of being fun for the entire family means offering activities that aren’t just for those who are golf inclined. Whisky Run offers a variety of activities on the Owl course with the introduction of two full 18 hole frisbee and foot golf courses. The course also has an excellent restaurant with beautiful views of Lake Erie framed against perfect green grass
During the original construction phase the landscape architects discovered a series of old bottles buried deep in the ground. These discoveries led course management to believe the course sits on an old bootlegging site from the prohibition era. Long ago in the late 1700s the land was used to smuggle illegal alcohol across Lake Erie onto American land. This rich history is what led to the courses namesake, Whisky Run. Now you too can enjoy a glass of fine whisky at the club house while taking in the land that was so important to bootleggers in the prohibition era.
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