History

In 1961, near the beaches of Lake Huron, a local farmer converted his farm to create the Exeter Golf Club, located just 30 miles north of London on the outskirts of Exeter, Ontario. Today this gently rolling, well treed 9-hole golf course bears little evidence of the farmland it once was; this secret revealed only by its clubhouse, a stunningly converted turn-of-the-century barn.

The Course

The course and its driving range and practice facilities have been designed as a fun and safe learning environment for golfers of every skill level and all ages.

Wide fairways enable the most novice of players while the creek, which meanders throughout the course traversing a number of fairways and the many strategically placed bunkers provide a notable challenge to this course. explore the course

Quick Facts

  • 9 hole public course
  • private memberships available
  • clubhouse with a licenced restaurant
  • outdoor patio overlooks the 9th green
  • full driving range
  • available as an event venue