Glen Abbey

Local nameGlen Abbey
LocationOakville, Canada

Glen Abbey Golf Club is a privately-owned golf course located in Oakville, Ontario Canada. It is one of Canada's most famous golf courses and is home to the Golf Canada and the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. It has hosted 30 Canadian Open Championships, more than any other course, with the first having been in 1977. It was the first solo design by Jack Nicklaus in 1976.

A distinguishing feature of the Glen Abbey course are the "Valley Holes", numbered 11 through 15. On number 11, a par 4, players tee off a cliff to a fairway that is approximately 60 feet below on the valley floor. The second shot must clear Sixteen Mile Creek to the green. Holes 12, 13 and 14 all use Sixteen Mile Creek as a hazard of one form or another. Number 15 is a short par 3 with a sharply-sloping green, after which players climb out of the valley to the 16th hole.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glen_Abbey_Golf_Course

Official Website http://en.clublink.ca/golf/glenabbey/?SECT=GLENABBEY&GOLF_COURSE_ID=0220

Phone +1905 844 1800

Address 1333 Dorval Drive, L6M 4G2, Oakville, ON, Canada

Coordinates 43°27'7.902" N -79°43'2.883" E

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