The "Old Course" at the Thousand Islands Country Club on Wellesley Island is overflowing with character and charm. From the links-style fairways and the meadering holes cut from lush forest, the "Old Course" will beckon you for more. Tee off the elevated signature 4-par "Windmill Hole" (the 11th) and view the fabled Lake of the Isles in the background. It is just one reason why you will love the "Old Course". The original 9 holes at the "Old Course" were built in 1894 by George Boldt of Boldt Castle fame. In 1924 prominent golf course designer Seth Raynor expanded the course to18 holes.
The resort course is located in the majestic 1000 Islands on the mighty St. Lawrence River. For our Canadian neighbors traveling south into New York, the course is at the southeast end of beautiful Wellesley Island, just a few miles from the Canadian border. An early 16th century explorer, taken by the lush splendor of the region, wrote "This whole area is like a fairyland, that neither pen nor tongue of man may even attempt to describe".
PGA Director of Golf Jim Hungerford, is very impressed by the “magnificent” facilities offered. Everything a golfer could want is located all in one place: Affordable Golf Packages, Two Great Golf Courses, On-Premises Efficiency Villas / Suites / Lodging, Pool, Hacker's Restaurant, Full Scale Practice Facility and a 100-Slip Marina and pool.
Men: 71 Women: 73