For the past two years the focus of excitement at Casselview Golf and Country Club has been on the renovated 14th hole. While that enthusiasm is sure to carry on into the 2016 season, it will be joined by the flexible membership offers being presented golfers by the 18-hole track near Casselman.
The several categories of membership are now available from 25% to 41% off previously established prices. The new numbers bring with them plenty of value for men, women and junior golfers of all ages. The classifications include Unlimited, Five Days (Monday through Friday), Four Days (Monday through Thursday), Afternoon Card (after 12 noon seven days a week), Afternoon Card (after 3 p.m. seven days a week), Juniors (18 and under) and Students (19-25) who are all eligible to play when the course is not busy.
Owned and operated by brothers Claude Leclair and Daniel Leclair, the course measures from 4,851 yards to 6,654 yards in length and plays to a par of 72. Five sets of tee-markers guarantee that players of all skill levels are able to go flag-hunting comfortably.
Casselview’s No. 14, which was a project that cost $150,000 to complete, had been a par four before the redesign. It’s now a downhill par three playing 121 yards from the front markers to 206 from the tips. The layout’s signature feature is the size of the immaculate greens. Since they are huge they provide players with ample targets to shoot for during the course of a game.
Casselview Golf and Country Club is situated 25-minutes east of Ottawa on the south side of Hwy. 417 near the Casselman exit. For more membership details, visit Casselview’s booth at the upcoming Ottawa-Gatineau GolfExpo from March 4-5 in the Ernst and Young Centre at 4899 Uplands Dr. or call 613.798.4653, 1.888.470.8556 or e-mail email@example.com.