Brampton Golf Club

7700 Kennedy Road
Brampton Ontario
L6W 0A1
Access: Private

Green Fees:
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Holes: 18
Par: 71
Driving Range: Yes
Putting Green: Yes

The Brampton Golf Club was founded as a 9-hole course in 1921, and was moved to its present 193 acre site in 1963. Designed by noted golf architect C.E. "Robbie" Robertson, Brampton Golf Club quickly became known as the home course of a great many low handicappers, who enjoyed the RCGA rated 127 slope and the giant, fast greens. This reputation stands today with golfers like Stu Hamilton, Pauline Kelly and Bob Little keeping the club name at the forefront of provincial, national and international golf.
Since the early 1990's, a multitude of improvements have been made to the course, including the addition of new or improved holes, the planting or transplanting of over 1,000 trees, a spacious pro shop, a new halfway house, a state-of-the-art practice facility, and a computerized watering system with the benefit of a global positioning system.

Practice Facilities:
Driving range (grass or pre-teed driving stations depending on range conditions), chipping range including bunker areas, and 2 putting greens.

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