Established in 1897, the Old Lennoxville Golf & Ski is one of the oldest nine-hole courses in Canada (RCGA).
Owned by Bishop’s University, the Old Lennoxville Golf & Ski, formerly known as the Old Lennoxville Golf Club, has never changed its layout over its long years of existence while always proving to be a challenge for golfers no matter their skill set.
The venerable Garth Smith Clubhouse and its outdoor terrace offer patrons a terrific view of the course. Furthermore, its full-licensed bar and catering service answer the needs of its wide-ranging clientele.
Come by and pay us a visit. Our staff will be more than happy to help you enjoy your day on the course.
This said, we wish you a great round of golf!
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Dear Members and Friends of the Old Lennox Golf & Ski,
Many of you are wondering what is in store for the 2021 golf season. We hope this dispatch provides you some answers as we are dealing with this very unusual and difficult situation as best as we can. Like all golf clubs in Québec, we are complying with and supporting sanitary and health guidelines as per the Santé publique and the Gouvernement du Québec directives.
Please note that all indoor and outdoor installations remain off-limits until the season’s grand opening on April 17th. This includes our Boutique, the Garth Smith Clubhouse, all fairways and greens, and the driving range. As much as we would like to see you at the OLGS, it is important that you do not come to the golf course until opening day. We are asking players and members alike to restrain themselves from visiting our installations in order to optimize our pre-season preparations. Government authorities are permitting us to carry out maintenance and repair work with a reduced staff while respecting current mandatory social distancing protocols and sanitary procedures.
A few updates:
- Our six tarps are off the greens. The greens on No 3, No 4, and No 8 along with the other six holes look great! I would give them an 8 out of 10 ratings for this time of year.
- All tee boxes are free of snow and look great.
- Maintenance and refurbishing are also being done on our equipment making it ready-to-use when needed.
- We had a very successful cross-country ski season. More than 150 members purchased a season pass. Countless daily skiers also made their way around the various available loops and trails. Snow cover was constant since early January and conditions remained optimal for most of the season until closing. We hope that the membership and daily pass increases we experienced during 2020-2021 are only the beginning of bigger things to come. We would like to thank whole-heartedly the Club de ski de fond du Mont-Orford for their amazing support and advice.
We will keep you updated as more information comes in.
Our Ladies’ Committee and Club Captain Jeff Bray join me to emphasize the importance to comply with government directives and guidelines. Our and your health depend on it!
We look forward to seeing you soon as a state of relative normalcy sets in. Until then, please reach out to me if you have any related topics to discuss.
Mr. Bert Collins