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Fall Special on 2015 Memberships

Starting Sept 7, 2014, pay for next year's membership and play the rest of this season at no charge.

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"It's Our 60th Anniversary"

The game of golf has been an important part of the recreational scene in Smiths Falls area for many years. After several attempts in the early 1900’s and in 1928 to establish a golf course for the community it wasn’t until 1952 that the beginning of the present golf course began to take shape.

A Board of Directors, chosen from a group of several interested citizens, purchased the old Balfe farm and established the Smiths Falls Golf and Country Club on its present site in the Township of South Elmsley.

Following the purchase of approximately 100 acres of gently sloped farmland and with  the meandering Otter Creek flowing through the property, the Club Executives hired golf professional Dick Green of Kingston’s Cataraqui Golf Club to design a 9 hole golf course.

Since the Club opened in 1954 several changes have taken place. The original number 3 hole underwent the first of several changes to make it more challenging. Two additional tees were added to holes 1 and 2 to change the complexion of the ‘back nine’. A complete watering system was installed around 1960 and was replaced in the 1980’s. Porches and a banquet hall were added to the original farm house a few years after the opening of the course.

In 1982, a group of members approached the Board of Directors with the idea of building another 9 holes. The Club Executive permission to a newly formed ‘18 hole Committee’ to undertake a feasibility study and to begin trying to raise funds for the construction of the new 9 holes. After proving the project could be successful it was recommended that Montreal based Golf Course Architect Graham Cooke be hired to design the additional 9 holes.

The new design required the purchase of more than 30 acres of additional land from adjacent Willoughby farm, the elimination of old number 6 hole and the construction of ten new golf holes. After three years and a tremendous amount of work by the ‘18 Hole Committee’ the Board of Directors voted to begin construction in the spring of 1988.

Since that time, several more changes have taken place around the Smiths Falls Golf and Country Club. A new golf shop was built in 1990. Under the supervision of veteran Greens superintendent and Golf Professional, Tom McPhee, many improvements to the golf course such as better drainage, new sand bunkers, improved cart paths and the reconstructing of No. 7 greens. In the winter of 1999 the old farmhouse and porches were replaced by a beautiful new addition which houses a new lounge, a spacious dining room, new upstairs washroom, a new kitchen and additional storage space.

The efforts of the many Board of Directors, shareholders, members and employees of the Smiths Falls Golf and Country Club over the last half of the 20th century have resulted in the realization of a beautiful golf course and clubhouse which will be enjoyed by members and people in the community for many years to come.

Host to events each year that attract the region's Golf Professionals and top amateur players, the consensus has always been that Smiths Falls G & CC has some of the quickest and smoothest greens in the region. The club has in it's own right produced many of the areas top players.....even before the arrival of the Henderson girls. Calling our course home are over 16 individuals who have went on to become PGA of Canada Golf Professionals.

So why not come to the heart of the Rideau Canal, a World Heritage site, alongside the Cataraqui Trail just south of the town of Smiths Falls on Golf Club Road. Our fairways wind through 100 year old oak and maple trees, through natural marsh lands with Otter Creek meandering amongst many of the holes. Enjoy the course, the country atmosphere and after your round gather in the Tom McPhee Lounge for a refreshment or two. After your day at the course you may want to enjoy the many attractions offered in the area.

You might enjoy the area so much you may even want to join our club. Check out how affordable our rates are below.

 

 

 
 


Brooke Captures PGA of Canada
Women's Championship


KOMOKA, Ont. - Brooke Henderson become the youngest winner of the PGA Women’s Championship of Canada presented by Nike Golf after an unbelievable two days at FireRock Golf Club.

The 16-year-old posted a two-day total of 13-under par, setting a new championship scoring record and adding her name to a list of champions that includes Lorie Kane, Cathy Sherk, Gail Graham, Nancy Harvey, Jessica Shepley and Alena Sharp.

“Coming into this week I saw all those great names on the trophy and I wanted to have my name alongside them,” the Team Canada member said. “It’s a great feeling to know I am able to compete against the best players in Canada and someday the best players in the world.”

Henderson’s 36-hole total of 131 (65-66) was five shots better than 2008 winner Hannah Jun of San Diego. Hamilton’s Alena Sharp, a three-time winner of the PGA Women’s Championship, finished third at six under. Samantha Richdale of Kelowna B.C. and American amateur Simin Feng rounded out the top five.

The Smith Falls, Ont., native’s 36-holes at FireRock Golf Club featured 14 birdies and an eagle, with a stretch of five birdies in a row on the back-nine Thursday afternoon.

“I struggled a little bit on the front nine – I was hitting some great shots, but the putts just weren’t dropping,” Henderson admitted about her front nine score of 2-under-par 34. “But that all changed starting on No. 10 with a birdie. I think I had five in a row coming down the stretch and it was awesome.”

With the win, Henderson, who is currently ranked No. 2 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, pads her already impressive tournament stats in 2014. She was the low amateur (T10) at the U.S. Women’s Open, finished tied for 26th at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, and tied for 45th at the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic. She’s also has wins this year at the Canadian Women’s Tour event in Niagara Falls, the Porter Cup, the Ontario Women’s Amateur and the Scott Robertson.

The PGA Women’s Championship of Canada counted as the third and final stop on the Canadian Women’s Tour, with points awarded toward the Jocelyne Bourassa Player of the Year at the conclusion of the championship.

Similar to past years, the champion of each Canadian Women’s Tour stop and the PGA Women’s Championship of Canada will receive an exemption into the 2014 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open to be held Aug. 18-24, 2014 at London Hunt & Country Club in London, Ont. As well, two (2) additional exemptions were awarded to the top competitors, not otherwise exempt into the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open from the 2014 Canadian Women’s Tour Order of Merit.

As well, the top five (previously the top 3) players on the Canadian Women’s Tour season-ending Order of Merit will be awarded direct entry into LPGA Stage-2 Qualifying.

Henderson captured the Jocelyne Bourassa Player of the Year award, with Richdale and Feng earning exemptions into the CP Women’s Open.

For complete results, click here.





Brooke's Sizzling final round 62 wins her the 2nd Annual Women's Porter Cup.

Brooke has been at it again and her final round 62 bodes well for her next event, the Women's US Open, being played at Pinehurst #2 this coming weekend. She started the Women's Porter Cup Tournament with a round that she is not accustomed to, placing her well back from the leaders with a 75. Her second round 68 still didn't't gain her ground on fellow Canadian, Jennifer Ha who had a 9 stroke lead on Brooke after day 2. Brittany showed up for day 3 to caddy for Brooke and the rest is history. Together they went out and fired a tournament low 62 (9 under) and won the event by 3 shots. Not positive but we are pretty sure that this would also be Brooke's all time low score. Great stuff and we all wish her the best at Pinehurst this week.

Go Brooke Go!!

Brittany wins Suncoast Event!

 


 
Thursday, March 13, saw Smiths Falls' golfer Brittany Henderson win what she called her first real professional event. The $5000 first place prize is her biggest win yet. Read all about it at Flagstick magazine on line and check out her four round scores by clicking on th link below. All of Smiths Falls is proud!

SunCoast Tour Events  

 

 

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