The Links at Monck's Landing Golf Club, Norland

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The Links at Monck's Landing Golf Club is a public golf course located in Norland, Ontario, Canada that opened for play in 2008.
The 103acre parcel of land upon which Monck's Landing is situated was homesteaded by Edward Stephens in 1859. Three generations of the Stephens family maintained a working farm on the site until 1961. The farm was considered quite prosperous for the area, being located on a pocket of rich topsoil rarely seen in the region. The property changed hands several times after 1961, until 2009 when it was turned into a golf course. In October 2014, the course went bankrupt. In June 2015 the links was purchased and now the current owners have taken care of and continue to operate The Links at Monck's Landing Golf Club.
The Links at Monck's Landing Golf Club derives its name from the proximity of present-day City of Kawartha Lakes County Road 45, which began its existence as The Monck Road, a former colonization route extending from Lake Couchiching in the west to its eastern terminus in Bancroft. The Monck Road was named after Lord Charles Stanley Monck, the first Governor General of Canada, and was completed in 1873. Monck's Landing is located three kilometres north of the former Monck Road.
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  • This 9 hole course has mostly large fairways so if you hit to the left or right you're pretty safe. The eighth hole is a 536 yd par 5 from the whites. There are 2 par 4s and the rest par 3s. As we...  more »
  • A lovely golf course, that is very well priced, and in excellent condition...for cottage country Look forward to teeing up again in the spring Cheers  more »
  • This place is fine for a quick 9 holes but the greens are VERY rough. Very inexpensive and not overly challenging.  more »

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