Glasgow Hills Golf Club

The Glasgow Hills Golf Club is a par-72 layout that offers a 5,279-yard to 6,915-yard of play. The famous golf course architect Les Furber has taken advantage of PEI’s vast rolling hills and has come up with one of the world’s high-end signature golf courses. What makes this golf club unique from the rest of the island’s golf courses is that the layout is being highlighted by plenty of elevation changes in a very spectacular setting. Glasgow Hills was then given a course rating of 73.0 and a slope rating of 134.

This 18-hole layout can has been considered as challenging but fair. Due to the course’s undulation features, golfers of all ability levels can put to test their swinging abilities and have the measure of their true handicap level. Since the layout’s debut in 2001, it has already received various citations coming from reputable golf publications. Glasgow Hills Golf Club has been recognized for its outstanding customer service with staff being trained to give guests with utmost quality assistance. Aside from the work force, the place was also acknowledged for maintaining a great golf course condition. Among the major awards that the golf club has garnered include the “Top 100 Courses in Canada” as cited by the Globe and Mail readers, and Golf Digest’s 4-star rating.

Each year, golfers coming from the different parts of the globe visit this golf sanctuary to experience one of the world’s best as well as enjoy majestic sceneries. Glasgow Hills Golf Club also features a world-class clubhouse that provides guests with an overlooking view of the St. Lawrence Gulf.  Truly this must-play golf course is more than just a golf game but an experience that is worth remembering.

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