Welcome to Keystone Links Golf & Country Club
Strategically located just south of the City of Peterborough, Ontario, Keystone Links Golf & Country Club welcomes you to a challenging but fair test of golf. The golf course features four sets of tees measuring 6,160 yards from the championship to 5,155 yards from the forward. The layout gives you naturally undulating topography, man-made mounds and strategic placement of sand traps. To contrast this water comes into play on eight holes. Keystone Links also offers a driving range and putting area. When the climate takes away the opportunity to play our course, we offer an indoor golfing facility with three simulators that allow you to play many of the great courses in North America. We can also make available the help of a golf professional to look after your needs throughout the off season.
A comfortable opening hole. Water in front of tee should not cause a problem. Two sand traps guard the entrance to the green.
A short par 4 with five traps surrounding the green. Leave your driver in your bag. Two accurate iron shots will usually guarantee a birdie on this hole.
This par 5 demands length and accuracy. Avoid bunkers on the right and pond with your second shot. Balls landing on the green will funnel to the right.
The number one handicap hole on the course demands an accurate tee shot. Out-of-bounds carries the entire left side of the hole tee to green.
The first par 3 requires an all carry shot across pond to undulating green.
This hole requires an accurate drive out of a chute. Your second shot is to the largest green on the course. Avoid large sand trap on left near the green.
A definite birdie opportunity if your drive clears the large sand trap in the middle of the fairway.
Plenty of water to catch errant tee shots on the closing front nine par 3 hole.
You can play this hole with two medium irons or take your driver and try to clear a small pond in the middle of the fairway. You will require a carry of 220 yards to do so. There are also lateral water hazards on both sides of the fairway.
Course management determines your choice of club off this tee. Your only concern is a sand trap guarding the front of the green. A definite birdie opportunity.
The longest par 5 on the course. Avoid sand traps on left side of fairway off the tee and keep your second shot to the left of the fairway to avoid the lateral water hazard and overhanging branches on right side as you approach the green area.
Longest par 3. Avoid large sand trap on left side of green. All shots landing on this green funnel down to the right.
A straightway par 4 with the prevailing winds being your only concern with your second shot. A birdie is for the taking on this hole.
Out-of-bounds down the left side of this fairway from tee to green accepts wayward drives. Approach shots to the green run to the back. Not an easy green to hold.
Keep your tee shots to the left-centre of this fairway. The green is guarded by three sand traps on the right and one deep sand trap on the left.
Easiest par 3 on the course. Your tee shot is all carry to a green devoid of sand traps.
Your concern on this finishing par 4 hole is whether to go for the green with your second shot or lay-up. The green is guarded by the water on the front and sand traps to the left and right.