In order to know where we are going, it's important to know where it is we came from. With this in mind read a little on our history as well as learn a little more about us.
The Lowville Golf Club was originally built in 1973 by the Gudgeon Family who had lived on the family farm that was converted into the new golf course. The Gudgeon family had local roots and where well known and respected in Lowville as well as other local communities. They understood the newfound popularity of the game and the opportunity for growth that laid ahead as the forged into the new business of golf. They successfully operated the Golf Course as a family business until 1998, at which time it was sold to its current ownership group that operates it today.
The Current General Manager, Sandy White has a stake in this ownership group and oversees operations of the facility for them. He has done so since its inception in 1998 when the golf course was completely revamped in the first year of the new ownership to bring it up to date. Renowned Architect Dick Kirkpatrick transformed Lowville Golf Club into one of the gems of Southern Ontario. The natural beauty of the property has been combined with a continued commitment to creating a design to please all levels of golf. Our new green construction has produced a putting surface that will rival the area's best. Postcard scenery, challenging golf, friendly staff and affordable prices have made us a must on your golf calendar.
In 2005 another major project was taken on by the ownership group and a brand new clubhouse was constructed. Our tasteful new clubhouse will now accommodate banquets of up to 150 people and the versatility of our building allows us to cater to groups as small as 8 to as large as 150 in comfortable cozy settings. Beautiful escarpment views of Mt. Nemo and Rattlesnake Point will compliment any function. Golf/Cart/Meal packages begin at $64.99 p.p. We provide a unique experience at an affordable price.
In 2012 another major construction project was completed. After struggling for decades with insufficient water holding ponds, Lowville was finally given permission from the Halton region conservation authority, Niagara escarpment commission, the City of Burlington & the ministry of natural resources to build a reservoir to ensure proper irrigation for the property.
It is quite obvious that the current management philosophy is to not rest on what we have done in the past, but to continue to forge ahead in the future. Our committment is to ensure we remain a leader in all areas of our business with a focus on the most important thing, YOU!!