THE COURSE

Located in the heart of the Rideau Valley.
You can play the course seven days a week.

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18 Hole Golf Course

160 Acres of lush tranquility. Intimidating trees, grass, sand and water. Over 6000 challenging yards.

Our Smiths Falls golf course is conveniently located 7km south of town. An exciting shot maker’s golf course awaits you!  Lombard Glen is an 18-hole, semi-private Smiths Falls golf course which is beautifully designed by Golf Course Architect, David L. Moote, B.A. We feature challenging water hazards on nine different holes, contoured tree lined fairways and large bent grass greens.  Golfers are offered a well designed landing area off the tee or they can choose the “risk reward” drive. Lombard Glen is a course that is fair, challenging and continually interesting to play for any level of golfer.

Looking for some extra practice after work, or want to perfect your golf technique with a coach? Lombard Glen has practice facilities that are second to none. We have a 280-yard driving range, practice bunkers, a chipping green and a putting area.

Blue – 6095 yards, 69.0 rating, 115 slope
White – 5752 yards, 67.6 rating, 112 slope
Gold – 5378 yards, 65.9 rating, 109 slope
Red – 4895 yards, 63.4 rating, 105 slope

Course Tour

Your round starts with a good chance at birdie. A well positioned drive to the ridge will set you up with 220 yards into a small tricky green sloped from back to front.  It is the only original green left on the course.  Long hitters can reach it in two but it is recommended to lay up to avoid getting in trouble by going over this green.

A straight drive is a must.  Watch out for our signature tree in the middle of the fairway.  There is out of bounds stakes on the left and right sides and behind green.  For your approach shot stay in the middle as the green is guarded by two large trees on both sides of the green that slopes toward the back left corner.

Dogleg to the right.  A safe shot over the marsh inside the 100 yard marker is recommended.  This will leave you a short shot into an elevated green.  Hazards on right and behind green.

The green slopes from back to front and is protected by a trap in front.  Tough downhill shot if you go over green.

A straight drive is a must on this short par 4.  Avoid the hazards on left, right and behind the green.

Dogleg to the left.  A true risk reward hole.  Three shots are needed to reach the green on this long par 5.  Stay clear of the pond on left off the tee.  If you hit your 2nd shot short of the two ponds located on both sides of fairway you will be left with 150 yards to a two tier green protected by traps on either side.

Short par 3 with plenty of water.  What you see is what you get.

A long par 3 with a big green.  The left side is protected by a large trap.

A short dogleg to the right with a huge green gives you a chance to finish the front with a birdie.

A long par 4 to start the back nine.  A good drive and a long second shot into huge green are required to make your par.

Par 3 with a large green. Avoid the water and the big sand traps on both sides of green.

A Straight tee shot is a must .There are trees on the left and a pond on the right. The green is protected by a trap on front left and right side.

Dogleg right. Plenty of choices on this hole from tee to green. Ask yourself do I play a safe shot short of the hazard trees straight out .Do I cut the corner and try to avoid the trees and water hazard so I have a chance to make it in two. There is O.B on the left side of the tee. There are water hazards on the left and right and behind the green a creek running across the fairway. Avoid all these hazards and you have a great chance at a birdie.

Straight away par 4 green slopes left to right.

At least 3 shots are required to reach this green. A good straight tee shot followed by a good shot short of the pond leaves you with a risk reward decision. You can go over the water that is in front and behind the large wide green or take the bailout area to the left. Good luck.

Our signature hole. The first of back to back par 3s. Plenty of trouble if you are not straight on this one .There is O.B on the right and water hazards on the left and in front of the tee box. The green is very wide sloping back to front.

Accuracy is a must. There are traps on both sides of this 2 tier green.

Dogleg left. Your last chance at birdie .  A nice wide fairway to let your driver loose.  A good drive will leave you a short shot into this elevated green. There is O.B. on the right side and behind green.

"Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is at the same time rewarding and maddening - and it is without a doubt the greatest game mankind has ever invented."
- Arnold Palmer
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