PLAY AWAY. PARKLAND STYLE.
Experience the best parkland golf course in the Bay of Quinte. For almost a century, locals and tourists have made Bay of Quinte Golf and Country Club a staple destination for their golf game. Bay of Quinte Golf & Country Club's commitment to course conditioning and amenities are unparalleled in our region.
A NATURAL BEAUTY SINCE 1921.
The Bay of Quinte Golf and Country Club is the region's original parkland-style course. We've been catering to golfers of all skill levels for almost a century. Explore the course to find out why.
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT.
We want you to be better. That's why we offer complimentary use of our practice facilities to all members and green fee golfers including or chipping area, putting green in our sand and short game practice area. We also provide various bunkers and full shot capabilities areas (up to 120 yards).
A COURSE WORTH FIGHTING FOR.
It all started just after World War I, when a small group of army officers returned to Belleville and established the Quinte Region's first Country Club, modeled after those they had seen in Europe. They retained the services of Howard Watson, one of the most popular and well-recognized Canadian golf course architects of his time. Watson designed the first nine holes which opened in 1921. Bay of Quinte Golf & Country Club quickly became recognized as a premier facility, attracting golfers from across Ontario and New York State, many who came by yacht across Lake Ontario to play our course.
Nearly thirty years later, the legendary Robbie Robinson was brought in to design an additional nine holes evolving the course into a par-72 championship course and over the years, the course has hosted numerous Provincial and National championships.
In 2010, the course was fully renovated; new bunkers were added and changes were made to their design, including placement and type of sand. All of the tee decks were rebuilt and some hole changes were instrumented. Several of the holes have been redesigned to provide additional distance and challenges for low handicappers, but still welcome a pleasurable learning experience for the novice golfer.