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Glen Abbey Golf Club, Oakville
(3.9/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Obviously the golf is spectacular, especially in October when booked through Golf Now to play for 90 dollars. Waiting for the tee time we had a peppercorn burger and sweet potato fries. It was an awes...  more »
  • The Glen Abbey club is experimenting with 'Eighteen', a new restaurant supper service available in the same rooms as their Sunday brunch. The mains were really quite good, as was the friendly service....  more »
  • This is such a great place to go to grab a glass of wine or a beer on the patio. The food is good and the service is great. The prices are not over the top at all. The view and setting make you feel l...  more »
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  • I agree with it being mediocre. Nothing special to be quite honest. Even horrible courses in the States offer better service and nicer extras. especially for your dollar. Had quite a pompous server at the restaurant who told me to keep the receipt from my party "as a souvenir". I hope he kept the 10 cent tip I left him as his. Anyway, the golfing is "O.K" been to nicer courses for cheaper. But for an "OPEN" course.. this one needs some loving. It's definitely worth a trip to see what the 70's were like..all relative really. and your expectations.. I would have a brew there with some buddies , enjoy the 70's ambiance and likely leave without playing a round,. perhaps maybe playing in winter is better. The prices might be below 100.00 then. 3 stars only because I love the 70's and the course is great to watch the open when played there. I'd go back again. sure..
  • I had a mixed experience at this historic and beautiful course. The person at the Pro Shop who checked me in seemed disinterested and I didn't even look up and seem to check me in. I was right as another guy showed up to tee off at the same time as me as they had booked him at my time. Then I went to the range and it was so dry when you hit a shot dirt shot up into your face. On the upside the Starter was very friendly and professional. And the waitress and food were excellent in the bar. The course was in good shape but not great shape. And the facility looked tired in many places. Even the plaques with the names of Canadian Open winners some were hit with bird poop. I don't think you would ever see a US Open home course with this sort of average service and average conditions. It was great to play the historic and beautiful Abbey course again but it really could use some improvements on service and conditions of the course and facilities.
  • Beautiful course overall. The valley holes are incredible. Front 9 are not as scenic. Very expensive though, in fact, it's overpriced.
  • Just played here today on father's day. Course was in awful shape considering the open is next month. The greens were dry as a bone and the sprinklers would actually come on around the green while we were playing. The bunkers would either be hard as a rock or soaking wet from the sprinklers. On one hole there was some metal fencing just lying on the ground next to the green. First and hopefully last time I'll ever play here. Made for a very disappointing father's day present for my dad. Left on the 11th hole.
  • Pretty beat.... Went to the RBC open here, the course is right downtown was hard to get in and around the venue, due to traffic and the way they have it setuo