2015 Golf Season is in the Books

20151014_131044Every year I try to finish my golf season with something special. This year, I was fortunate to be invited to play Trillium Wood Golf Club in Corbyville, Ontario. This course is a definite must play if you are in the area. It offers extremely reasonable rates – $30 to $55 for 18 holes – and a picturesque course that does not quit.

Mike Claire, the GM at my home course of Roundel Glen Golf Course, offered to treat Mike and Jean and myself to a round of golf at Trillium. Never ones to turn down a chance to golf an awesome course, we readily accepted. I have played Trillium Woods before and this golf trip was the perfect way to end a great golfing season.


Par 3 – Important to stay short and left of the pin. Trillium Wood Golf Course

Upon arrival, we were met by the Trillium Wood GM, Greg Seemungal, and immediately felt like royalty. I have dealt with Greg before during my club fitting earlier in the year and I can say that he makes my every experience at Trillium Wood a memorable one.

The day was sunny, but cool. The course was in fantastic shape for the first of August, let alone the middle of October. It was a perfect combination of short holes, medium challenges, and down right ‘hit the right shot or else’ holes! I would recommend Trillium Woods to anyone looking for a great round of golf.


Always grateful to play golf at an awesome course!

Playing at Trillium Woods Golf Course was actually the low point of the trip….if you can imagine! The real highlight of the round was the company. Mike C, Mike S, and Jean were an awesome group to golf with for my final round of the season. We played a 6-6-6 game and Mike C schooled us, but it was all in fun. Actually, Jean, Mike S and I decided to let him win because his ego could not handle losing to the old guys! We laughed, joked and poked fun at each other all day! It was a fantastic way to end my ear. Thanks Fellas!

If you want to see more pictures of the Trillium Golf Course – check them out at my FB Page!

Although my golf season is over, my gratitude for golf has not diminished. Bring on 2016!

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!


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