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Whirlpool Golf Course is one of Canada’s most highly rated and renowned public golf courses. Opening in 1951, Whirlpool was the final course completed by the legendary course architect Stanley Thompson. This classic parkland course at the precipice of the Niagara River Gorge offers wonderful hole variety and birdie opportunities, a hallmark of Thompson’s very best work.
Nearby hiking trails at the Niagara Glen and a 56-kilometre cycling trail make this the perfect active getaway in a spectacular setting against the backdrop of the Niagara River Whirlpool and Gorge.
May - Aug
- Free Parking
- On-site Restaurant
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Stanley Thompson Designed
Whirlpool Golf Course is one of more than 145 courses designed by renowned golf course architect Stanley Thompson. In 2002, the course ranked #47 overall in Canada among both private and public courses and also ranked as the #4 golfing value among the same courses. Golf Digest also rated Whirlpool Golf Course as a Four Star facility over the last few years. (source Score Golf).
The airy dining room at Whirlpool Restaurant offers panoramic views of the tree-lined Niagara Parkway and the 18th hole at Whirlpool Golf Course. Open to the public throughout the golfing season, enjoy Chef Tim VandeLaar’s pub-style cuisine paired with a glass of Niagara VQA wine or a pint of Ontario craft beer after a day of exploring the Niagara Parkway or playing a round of golf.
All fees are listed in Canadian currency, not included applicable sales tax. Please note that we are a cashless facility. We accept credit card and debit.
|Whirlpool Golf Course|
|Twilight Daily (After 4PM)||$48||$60|
|Junior Weekday (19 & under)||$40||$58|
|Junior Weekend (19 & under)||$50||$68|
|Spring & Fall
(Apr 1 - May 13 and Oct 11 - Closing)
|18-Hole Spring/Fall Weekday||$42||$60|
|18-Hole Spring/Fall Weekend||$52||$70|
|18-Hole Pull Cart||$10||n/a|
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