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Niagara Falls Golf Club

6169 Garner Rd
Niagara Falls, ON  L2E 6S4

(905) 358-5846

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3.5 star rating
Regular Type Course
May 01, 2014

Have played this course many times over the past ten years or so. It's nothing spectacular, but always fun to play and will not cost you a fortune like some other courses.
The course is in decent shape, but don't expect country club quality.
It's a medium size course. Not overly long, but has some challenging holes.

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3.5 star rating
Looks can be deceiving
July 18, 2013

The course looks as if it will be an easy course to play, but the creek running through the front nine with the cattails growing in it along with the thicker rough turned it into more of a challenge than the back nine. On the day we played, the starter had us begin on the back nine and then finish... more

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3.5 star rating
August 14, 2010

We were at the "golf club" on Aug 14th and let me tell you what a rip off. There were 7 of us, each paying $200 for a round of golf and accommodations. The course was a goat path but at least they were relaxed about us trying to have a good time. The marshal was the only good thing... more

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July 30, 2013

Niagara Falls Golf Club offers these services: golf, fields, golf course.

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May 11, 2011

This 18-hole par 72 course features an attractive, rolling layout with plenty of water. Golfers must navigate water hazards on eight of the holes. Built as a nine-hole course in 1966, it has expanded to 6200 yards and become one of the most popular in the area. There's also a heated driving range for those cold, blustery days, a practice green, instructor on site, full-service pro shop and... more

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