Established in 1938 on the shores of beautiful Lake Huron, Huron Oaks has evolved into the premiere golf facility in Lambton County.Our Sarnia trip planning app makes visiting Huron Oaks Golf Course and other Sarnia attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
Huron Oaks provides a comfortable and affordable setting for singles couples and families. Whether it is for a round of golf, a game of squash, a fitness workout or just to enjoy dinner, it's all here and the public is always welcome.
Our 18 hole Championship Golf Course has been home to the Canadian Tour's Bayer Championship and is also where 2003 Masters Champion Mike Weir played prior to turning professional.
Indoors there is a variety of activities to keep you busy. The full sized gymnasium is perfect for rental for volleyball, badminton, basketball, indoor soccer and aerobic classes.
Three air conditioned squash courts and a racquetball court are available for your enjoyment. Need a place to hold your next meeting or conference? Huron Oaks can host your Company conference or Corporate training seminar. Weddings and banquets are also welcome. For Corporate or Community groups, Huron Oaks provides a unique setting for business and social functions throughout the year. Our professional staff is always available to discuss your specific needs and requests. Let us help you to make your next event a memorable one!
Huron Oaks restaurant offers casual dining and is fully licensed. It's the perfect place to relax after a game of golf or to meet friends. The restaurant is open year round and the public is welcome.
Huron Oaks has now embarked upon an exciting new chapter in it's history that will see the development of 80 single family homes in a lifestyle community integrated around the golf course. There is something for everyone at HURON OAKS
18 hole Championship golf course
Fully stocked pro-shop
Golf lessons from resident CPGA professional
Driving range & putting green
Junior program and Golf Camp
Various Fitness, Yoga and Pilates classes
Conference and meeting rooms
Dining room & lounge
Licensed patio overlooking the 9th and 18th green
Banquet facilities for groups up to 500
Locker rooms with showers
Gymnasium for rent for a variety of sports & activities
Greenwood Golf Club was established in 1963 and has transformed from once being open farmland to a very mature golf course. Over the years Greenwood Golf Club has endured many changes including new golf holes, new tee decks, new tree planting, and new mounds to define many of the holes.
With prevailing winds, elevated greens, and water coming into play on 8 golf holes, your game will be challenged to make par.
Greenwood Golf Club offers a full service Pro Shop and fully licensed Lounge for a cold refreshment and light meal after your game.
In 2008, the local group that owns and operates Huron Oaks Golf Club purchased Greenwood Golf Club. Greenwood and Huron Oaks are now operating as one and offers 36 holes of championship golf for one membership.
The public is always welcome and with its great location, top-notch conditioning and great value for your money, your experience and challenge at Greenwood Golf Club will always be a great one.
Huron Oaks Golf Course reviews
This is a fantastic golf course to play, the Grill has good food, the spa is lovely. A one stop shop to have a great day or evening! The lady manager is excellent, she took great care of our group on.... more »
Visited Aug. 2019 for brunch. Handicap parking is over 35ft away from the front door. No handicap washroom even though there's room for a spa! Women's washroom wasn't even labelled. To get into the... more »
Disappointing doesn't come close to describing my entire party's experience at this establishment on Sunday August 25, 2019. I scheduled in advance a group of 14 people to celebrate a special family occasion. It turned out to be the worst restaurant experience I have ever had! When the first people in our party arrived the table wasn't even set up. The waitress was beyond rude from the moment we arrived until we left. We had 2 menus for a party of 14! Can I get a refill on my drink...hello...hello...waitress.............did she go home? If you're planning a special event and want service of any kind this is not the place to go. One person in our group did not even receive his meal. No apology from anyone, I had to ask that his children's meals be refunded to him. This should have been the offer that came with the apology for forgetting his meal altogether. When our food order was taken we were not asked about toast that came with our meal. When the meals arrived the "hash brown" was clearly yesterdays baked potato that was being recycled by reheating in the microwave. It was dry and disgusting. Note to chef, if a potato hits a hot pan it creates nice crisp golden brown colouring. Cooking 101. The final straw was the waitress taking my mother's cash and never returning with her change. When we tracked her down she was rude stating that she thought she was told to keep the change. Like she deserved a tip from anyone. Today, I called the manager and left a message requesting a call to discuss what happened. So far crickets. That speaks volumes. Thank you to The Oaks for taking a family celebration and turning it into a monumental disappointment.
To begin with my party of 14 had a 9:30am reservation at the restaurant. The table was not set up when people started to arrive. We waited almost an hour to even get a drink order taken. When all was said and done one person didn't even get their breakfast. No offer was made to reduce the bill. The waitress was rude to the entire party like we were the cause of the problem. Our reservation was made a week in advance so it's not like we arrived without warning. Let's talk about the food now.... the potatoes were cleared yesterday's food that were reheated in the microwave because they had no browning and were very dry. The breakfast sandwich I got was comparable to McDonald's in appearance and taste, I might have actually preferred McDonald's version. Our drinks were rarely refilled and when they were it was done in a rushed fashion leaving coffee and hot water all over or table with nothing to clean it up. So the moral of the story is to avoid eating here.
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