Deep River, Ontario Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Deep River, Ontario and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 6 golf courses within 20 miles of Deep River, including 6 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Deep River area is the Borden Golf Club opened in 1917. Borden Golf Club is rated the best course near Deep River.

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16 McElligott Drive
Deep River, ON K0J 1P0
(613) 584-3991
0 miles from the center of Deep River. Write a Review
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31 Louisbourg Road
CFB Borden, ON L0M 1C0
(705) 424-1460
16 miles from the center of Deep River. Write a Review
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610 Biesenthal Road
Petawawa, ON K8H 1S6
(613) 735-4444
16 miles from the center of Deep River. Write a Review
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3 Festubert Blvd.
Petawawa, ON K8H 2X3
(613) 687-8294
19 miles from the center of Deep River. Write a Review
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1848 B Line Road
Pembroke, ON K8A 6W8
(613) 732-8732
26 miles from the center of Deep River. Write a Review
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Route 148 West
Ile Morrison, QC J0X 1M0
(613) 732-9022
26 miles from the center of Deep River. Write a Review
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253 Golf Course Road
Pembroke, ON K8A 7M1
(613) 732-1665
26 miles from the center of Deep River. Write a Review

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