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EST. 1875

North America’s Oldest Course

TripadvisorCertificate of Excellence 2016

Golf DigestRanked 9th

Top 9 Hole Courses in the World, Outside the USA, 2013

Welcome to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club

As you walk along this full-length 9 hole course, you will be treated to some of the most scenic views in the area. The entire course runs along the shores of Lake Ontario and many holes are elevated just above the shore’s edge. You will also feel the history of the course as it is located on the grounds involved in the war of 1812.

Our club is open to the public – join us for a game, or relax on our patio and take in the view. We know you will enjoy the splendor and tranquility of our beautiful course. We look forward to serving you here at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club.

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The Best View in Town

Enjoy the sunshine and breathtaking views on our waterfront patio. Watch the boats sailing the lake and entering the mouth of the mighty Niagara River while settling down with a complete lunch, delicious dinner or snacks. Simply amazing!

Join us for live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings. Check out our Events Calendar for more details.

A Rich History

The course is located on grounds involved in the war of 1812. In fact, located at the end of the first hole is fort Mississauga and its moat (no longer water-filled). Across the water you can see Fort Niagara on the shores of New York State in the USA.

More than 135 years after it was established, the NOTL Golf Course survives in terrific condition, and much of it in its original state. In fact, the #8 green has not been changed since it was first built more than a century ago. Read about the History of the Course to learn more.

"Beautiful course along the mouth of lake Ontario and Niagara river. Amazing history with the Fort located on the property, you can actually walk up and view this amazing piece of history."

– Barb, Niagara Falls, Canada