318494 Grey Road 1, Owen Sound, ON, N4K 5N4, CA
Air Conditioned, Large Groups Welcome, Packages Available, Parking, Washrooms, Waterfront, Wifi, 18 Hole Course, Equipment Rental, Events, Fee for Use, Pro Shop, Licensed, Local Food, Patio, Prepared Foods
  • Legacy Ridge Golf Owen Sound
  • Legacy Ridge Golf Owen Sound
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  • Legacy Ridge Golf Owen Sound

Nestled along the shores of Georgian Bay just north of Owen Sound sits Legacy Ridge Golf Club, one of Ontario's premier golf destinations. Legacy Ridge Golf Club offers a unique mix of picturesque scenery, rich history and experienced, hospitable staff. These ingredients come together to make this Owen Sound golf club a must-play destination for visitors from across the globe.

Locally, Legacy Ridge acts as a fantastic destination for those across Ontario from areas including Barrie, Sauble Beach, Wiarton, and all along the Saugeen Shores.

Golfers have loved the course at Legacy Ridge Golf Club since it first opened in 1920.
The course, spanning 6,201 yards from the longest tees, was designed by famed golf course architect Stanley Thompson. This course layout manages the difficult double task of challenging experienced players while helping rookies relax as they learn this classic game.

At Legacy Ridge Golf Club, we offer our valued customers great golf experiences, first class dining and stay and play deals. Legacy Ridge is also a popular venue for tournaments, weddings and other special events.

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mother and daughter on stand-up paddleboard at Sarawak Beach

Sarawak Family Park, across from Legacy Ridge Golf and Country Club, has a sheltered beach, small playground, washrooms and picnic facilities.

Nestled among old birches and tall pines, overlooking a quiet cove and pristine water, the Fish 'n' Lodge captures spectacular sunrises and provides an evening view of the lights of Owen Sound. Hot tub, horse shoe and fire pit on-site.

Spring Indian Falls Waterfalls Photo

The trail leading to the falls is along and on the Indian River. Accumulating snow pack and ice may become unstable and injury may occur. The trail will re-open in May.

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