" The Most Beautiful Course in Essex County "
Kingsville Golf & Country Club, "The Most Beautiful Course In Essex County"
With 27 holes at our fingertips, you are guaranteed a great round of golf at Kingsville Golf & Country Club. Our Red, White and Gold nine-hole courses meander through a rolling terrain- something not often seen here in Essex County.
Our course is home to more than 200 species of birds and other wildlife, as well as natural historic elements unique to Essex County.
Our Superintendent, Paul Lemieux, and his staff maintain our course in pristine condition throughout the year, utilizing the principles of best management and environment stewardship. All of this has allowed us to host some of the most prestigious events at the regional, provincial and national golf levels.
Golfers are able to play from four sets of tees that range from 5,288 yards up to 6,622 yards. The golf course is rated for men from every set of tees, and is rated for women from three of four sets of tees.
If You Love Golf, You’ll Love It Here.
Signature Hole #2 Gold
The Gold nine boasts nine unique holes that will test your skill. #2 Gold is a 235 yard par 3 which requires a full tee shot to carry to the raised green. A poor tee shot can put you in the creek, or on the deep, wooded area to the left. Miss the green, and you could be in the large bunker that guards the green. Use too much power off the tee and you'll be over the green only to be faced with a difficult downhill chip to a sloping green.
Signature Hole #7 Gold
The seventh hole on the Gold is not for the faint-hearted. While it is only 370 yards, trouble lurks with every swing. Water crosses the fairway twice as well as hazards and out of bounds the entire length of the hole. The green is a putting challenge with more slopes and bends than a roller coaster.
The smart tee shot is an iron or three-wood to the middle of the fairway landing area just short of the creek. Long ball hitters can go for it, but be long and on line!
Your second shot from the landing area is a long iron to the green. You'll face a hazard on the right and if you're too long, that creek comes back into play at the back of the green. The smart shot here is to the front of the green, not the flag. With a solid second shot, you're on the green (good luck). A good putt or two and you can get out with a par, and that's a great score on this hole.