A Culinary Experience with Chef Robin Bowen

It’s back… The Lynx Ridge Culinary Experience with Chef Robin Bowen This is the is perfect evening for couples, corporate events, or those who just want some tips from a professional. We held these events way back in the day with huge success so now we are brining them back. Oh and make sure to tell your? Read More »

Experience Lynx Ridge

Whether you're looking for sport or entertainment, Lynx meets the expectations of every golfer.

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The Lynx Ridge Golf Course was designed by golf and landscape architect Bill Newis. Newis’ designs have been ranked in the top 50 courses in Canada, and he currently has 4 of his designs in the top 100 courses in Canada.

Players find no shortage of challenge on this par 71 course. It is 6826 total yards from the black tees, with a rating of 72 and a slope of 134. See Course Overview for more details.

The course features five progressive tee boxes, giving appropriate levels of difficulty to players of every skill level. The forward tees are rated at 70.2, with a 119 slope.

Lynx Ridge includes a total of 17 water hazards and 70 white silica sand traps, which will always ensure an interesting day on the golf course! Lynx Ridge sets the standard for course conditioning and playability. Our motto is “The Golfers Golf Club” because we take pride in providing the best customer experience. We have all the amenities of a private course without the attitude. We want our customers and guests to feel comfortable while enjoying our facilities and not worry. We are not perfect, as no one is, so we always welcome feedback to help improve the customers experience.

Come join us for a round! You won’t regret it!

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The Ridge

The Ridge nine, or front nine, plays along the edge of the valley and players will find themselves dealing with frequent changes in elevation and altitude.

The course’s eigth hole is the signature hole. A par 3, 215 yards from elevated black tees, with a large trout pond directly in front of the green, it can break your heart on a windy day.


The Meadows nine is completely different from the front – flatter, which will be a relief to walkers, but no less interesting or difficult. Hole no. 18 offers a great finish: long and mean. Out of bounds, bunkers and water hazards. This hole has it all!