Monck's Landing is a "links-style" layout, inspired by the classic golf courses of the British Isles: treeless, rolling terrain, pot bunkers, high fescue rough.
Located just outside of Norland, Ontario, Monck's Landing is a family-run operation, offering "golf for golfers," that presents a unique golf experience sure to be appreciated by those who enjoy the history and traditions of the game.
Featured in the Fall 2011 issue of SCOREGolf Magazine, which lauded it as “an affordable and gnarly nine-hole links course with plenty of bite”, and nominated “Best New Course in Ontario” in 2010 by Fairways Magazine, Monck’s Landing has quickly drawn accolades from the Canadian golf press, who have declared the course “engaging”, “sporty”, and “more akin to Tarandowah near London, Ontario than it is to most cottage golf”, as well as being “one of the better golf values in Ontario.”
Monck's Landing's dual tee block design affords to those golfers wishing to play
18 holes a "back 9" that presents a layout both differing and distinct from that
experienced the first time around.
Monck's Landing offers up everything from a 92 yard Par 3 to a 586 yard Par 5, providing the proverbial "every club in the bag" golf experience.
A minimum of earth was moved in the construction of Monck's Landing, resulting in a remarkably natural, flowing layout both pleasing to the eye and challenging for all levels of golfers.