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About Pakenham Highlands Golf Club.

The original 18 holes, the Lake and Canyon, were built in 1992 and 1993 by Bill Dolgos and Rick Fleming. This course opened in 1994. The additional nine, the Island, opened for play in 2004.


The first professional tournament held at the Pakenham Highlands was on June 5, 2017. Thirty-eight players from the Ottawa area Professional Golfers Association competed. The low score was Graham Gunn with a two-under 70

The Pakenham Highlands Golf Club is an accredited member associated with:
What is your rain check policy?

Should you pay green fees and get rained out during your round, the Pro Shop will issue you a "Rain Check Green Fee Pass" to come back and play another day.

Can more than four people play in a group?

When the course is busy, the maximum number of players per group is four. If the course is not busy, you may contact us to see if we can allow more in the group.

Can I bring my own alcoholic beverages onto the course?

The only alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages allowed on the course are those sold by the dining lounge, beverage cart staff and Pro Shop.

Does the Highlands Golf Club have a dress code?

Yes. Both men and women must wear proper golf attire while on the course property. Tank tops and short-shorts are not accepted.  

Are there discounts for same day second rounds?

Yes. We encourage second rounds. Your golf is free.

The only charge is for the power cart.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept Cash, Debit Card, Visa & MasterCard

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