Warning issued Grey Bruce Health!!!
GOLFING at Meaford Golf Course may cause
- promote healthier lifestyle,
- create a lot of fun,
- cause you to meet
- make you a happier person...
The best value in the area. Playing Meaford Golf Course will cause you to return many times.
- We offer choices of 4, 6, 9 or 18 holes for the time sensitive golfer. (They all bring you back to the clubhouse).
- Having 2 separate 9 holes (Randle and Millenium), even the busiest people can squeeze in some golf.
- 18 holes of golf should take 4 - 4 1/4 hrs maximum!
- We offer payment plans on membership and accept Visa, Mastercard, or debit as well as member accounts with no minimums, OAC.
- The difficulty on our course is not made up by its length and you should use every club in your bag.
- You may want to join some of our member leagues for friendly weekly competitions.
- Our hills provide a great workout in the fresh air and natural setting and don't be surprised when a fox runs after your ball!.
- Our customers tell us each new season upon return that it feels like home!
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In 1932 a group of Meaford business men decided the only thing missing from this thriving community was a golf course. They proceeded to arrange the funding and building of the then 9 hole course. The Randle farm was the chosen designation and course became a very popular addition for men, women and children alike.
World War Two broke out and the coursen barely past it's inception, was abruptly halted since farmland for cattle grazing and crops was needed to sustain our troops. After the war with our soldiers coming home and more peaceful times returning it once again became a busy nine hole course.
Meaford's first pro golfer was Jimmy Turney. We have had several who grew up playing this course and became pro's including our own local girl Megan Chapman (pro at The Georgian Club). The most famous pro, Keegan Bradley, only had time to play nine holes but gave us a great review on the Golf Channel the following day. (Pictures of him with some of our members hang here in the clubhouse).
Over the years the course grew in popularity and in the fall of 1998 work began on building an additional nine holes. This was completed by the fall of 1999, ahead of schedule, due to wonderful weather. (Members golfed until the 23rd of December, that year). As this was our Millenium project, the name Millenium Run stuck. The original nine built on the Randle farm became known as the Randle nine.
There have been many tweaks and changes over the years to make a relaxed and fun venue for all. The full par 72, at 6032 yds. from the tips, offers a test for all skill levels. The difficulty ratings are not achieved from the length of the course. The one thing that has not changed is the course's ability to make everyone stratagize their game. The gently rolling hills, picturesque views and water hazards are deceptively clever at making you use every club in your bag.
Expect to be welcomed to a casual, informal setting, when you book your tee time, at your convenience, online at www.meafordgolf.com. Bring your phone for GPS on the course and be prepared to have fun!!