Cobble Beach Golf Links Open for Play
Exceptional Doug Carrick Layout Features Mesmerizing Water Views
(KEMBLE, Ontario) – Cobble Beach – Georgian Bay’s extraordinary waterfront golf resort community two hours northwest of Toronto – announces its acclaimed Doug Carrick-designed golf course is open for play.
Ranked No. 17 in SCOREGolf’s “Best Public Golf Courses in Canada,” Cobble Beach Golf Links features mesmerizing water views from most every hole along its 7,134-yard routing. Pure-rolling fescue greens with challenging pin locations emphasize strategically-placed approach shots. Closely mown chipping areas, small pot bunkers and hollows surrounding greens provide for the classic bump-and-run opportunities associated with links-style courses.
“Golfers only have to play our course once to want to play it over and over again,” says Rob McLeese, President of Cobble Beach. “Doug Carrick’s genius combines a world-class design with the finest water vistas in Ontario; it’s a true ‘must play’ and ideal for golfers of any and all abilities to thoroughly enjoy.”
The resort features two outstanding “play-and-stay” packages. Starting at $135 per night (per person, double occupancy) the Inn Play and Stay features one round (or a soothing treatment in the resort’s tranquil spa), luxury accommodations in one of the Inn’s individually-decorated suites and “Grab and Go” breakfast for two.
Starting at $144 per night (per person, based on quad occupancy), the Cottage Play and Stay also features one round of golf on the Doug Carrick-designed layout (or a spa treatment). One night of accommodations is included in a comfortable private cottage as well as a “Grab and Go” breakfast for four.
Each cottage sleeps six to eight and provides an open concept living space and waterfront views of scenic Georgian Bay. Containing all the conveniences of modern living, each unit is outfitted with two bedrooms, two washrooms, living room area with queen size sofa bed, wet bar with under counter fridge, and three flat screen televisions. Select cottages have gas fireplaces.
Enjoyment of the resort’s myriad amenities – first-class practice facilities, Jacuzzi, steam room, pool, 14 kilometers of hiking trails, beach club and more – is also included in both packages.
Another highlight is Cobble Beach’s chef-driven Sweetwater Restaurant & Bar. Conveniently located at the Inn, it features classical cuisine with modern innovation highlighting organic, local and seasonal ingredients for all appetites. Lunch and dinner are enjoyed in the dining room, or fireside lounge with an intimate gastropub ambiance.
For more information: www.cobblebeach.com, 888.278.8112.
About Cobble Beach
Just outside the city of Owen Sound, two hours northwest of the Greater Toronto Area, Cobble Beach is one of Canada’s top golf destinations and most sought-after residential enclaves. The 600-acre development on Ontario’s stunning Georgian Bay opened in 2007, anchored by a thrilling, Doug Carrick-designed, links-style course with omnipresent water views.
Cobble Beach’s diverse mix of year-round and seasonal detached homes includes villas, townhomes and luxury estates linked by a pedestrian friendly network of streets and sidewalks. More than 14 kilometers of hiking, cycling and cross-country skiing trails promote symmetry between work, play, indulgence, health and wellness.
A Nantucket-style clubhouse features a five-star restaurant, bar, resort-caliber spa and fitness center, and 10 tastefully-appointed guest suites at The Inn at Cobble Beach. Guests also have access to The Cottages at Cobble Beach, each with two bedrooms, wet bars and living rooms. The Cottages offer the luxury of an all-inclusive resort with the relaxation and privacy of home.
The pedestrian-friendly, stress-free Cobble Beach environment features roof lines, site-positioning and strategically-placed windows encouraging residents to enjoy the great outdoors from the comfort of their home. Even the outdoor lighting follows Dark-Sky guidelines promoting privacy and stargazing. Landscaping complements the natural setting by using native plants and trees.