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Dave Finn and family

Let’s Go Golfing

Let’s Go Golfing

Summer is the ideal time to start a new tradition. I know many cottagers who eagerly await their annual family golf tournament. It’s a game for all ages and a passion everyone can share. Within our region, there are over 85 golf courses to suit every level of skill, and many are quite affordable in comparison to

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Bexley Golf Centre Sign

Bexley Golf Centre at Balsam Lake

“What are we going to do today?”, “I’m bored!” Both sentences I am sure a lot of parents hear during summer vacation. Why not do something with your kids that will get them outside and active. Bexley Golf Centre at Balsam Lake is a perfect place to do just that. They offer something for everyone

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putting green at woodview

Family Friendly Golfing

Take a deep breath, take in the lush green surrounding you. Listen to the birds and nearby wildlife, feel the sun on your face. Relax. To many people golf is a peaceful game that connects you to your thoughts, allowing you to escape from daily stressors and find your rhythm in this game of concentration.

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3 Ways to Win with Golf and Business

There was a time that golfing was the bastion of the ‘C’ suite executives, generally male and usually exclusive, and known as the best place to get the deal done. Nowadays, there is less pressure on a golf game to deliver the deal, there are more and more women on the links, and golf courses

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Hot List of Attractions and Destinations

  APSLEY Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park Chandos Beach The Gut Conservation Area Bumbleberry Folk Farm BANCROFT Silent Lake Provincial Park Egan Chutes Provincial Park Vance Farm Park Eagles Nest Park BETHANY Fleetwood Creek Natural Area Pigeon River Headwaters BOBCAYGEON Bigley’s Shoes and Clothing Kawartha Settlers Village Lock 32 – Oldest Swing Bridge in the Trent •

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A Bit of Golf History

On the Eastern Coast of Scotland in the Kingdom of Fife, during the 15th Century, a primitive game had begun to be played in which participants would use a stick or a club to hit a pebble around a natural course, often on sand dunes. These were the humble beginnings of the modern game of

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