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Country Meadows Golf Club

    149 Catamount Rd
____Indian Mountain, NB
____E1G 3 A7
    (506) 383-2979
    (506) 858-8909
    (506) 854-9509
    golfing@countrymeadows.nb.ca
    countrymeadows.nb.ca
   /Country-Meadows-Golf-Club
    46.160498, -64.957652
    18 Holes
    Par 72
    Doug Sullivan

Tree lined fairways, three sets of tees, and easy walking make for a relaxing round at this 18-hole course.

Located on Catamount Road, Indian Mountain, only 20 minutes from downtown Moncton, the quiet countryside setting offers challenge and enjoyment for golfers of any age or ability. The 18 hole par 72 Championship layout has 3 yardages and easy walking set up for all levels of player. The course surrounds a 9 hole par 3 layout of 1,080 yards which is perfect for a family outing, even with the youngest in the family of golfers. Our signature par 5 is the memorable 17th hole whith its island green.

After your round, enjoy our friendly hospitality in the clubhouse with full menu and a wrap-around deck.

Map

Green Fees

 

 

18 Holes $35.00
9 Holes $20.00
Par 3 – 18 Holes $15.00
Par 3 – 9 Holes $8.00
2 For 1 Green Fees (Tuesday & Friday) 18 Hole Pricing

 

Membership

 

 

Men (23-64) $569.39
Ladies $521.57
Couples $896.17
Intermediate Men $521.57
Intermediate Ladies $448.52
Senior Men (65+) $485.04
Senior Ladies (65+) $434.61
Senior Couples $705.71
Junior (18 & Under) $262.61
Family with 1-2 Juniors $1,141.39

 

Lessons

 

Private Lessons (50 Minutes)
1 Lesson $70.00
4 Lesson Package $250.00
Group Lessons (50 Minutes)
1 Lesson $50.00 / Person
4 Lessons $250.00 / Person
3-Hour Clinic $50.00 / Person
90 Minutes – Short Game
 90 Minutes – Full Swing

 

 

Additional Information

 

Power Cart
18 Holes $30.00
Pull Cart

 

$5.00
Driving Range Open to Public
Buckets of Balls
Small (One Token) $4.00
Large (Two Tokens) $8.00

 

A True Family Atmosphere

Written By Dwayne Tingley

Country Meadows Golf Club opened in 1973 with a wide tract of open fields, woodlands and the simple golf philosophy of Doug Sullivan.

Since then, the golf course, located in Indian Mountain, just north of Moncton, has expanded from nine to 18 challenging holes and a nine-hole par-three course has been added to accompany it, but Sullivan’s approach to the game remains unchanged.

“Doug wanted anybody and everybody to enjoy this sport,” said long-time Country Meadows general manager Leanne Richardson.

“He wanted to build a facility that was a comfortable and affordable place to play,” she continued. “He wanted to create a place with a family atmosphere. Make it fun and make it friendly for everyone who comes out here.”

Mission accomplished. Sullivan, the course designer and one of the top playing and teaching professionals in the Maritimes for many decades, still shows up at Country Meadows every day during the playing season and the congenial 82-year-old is always looking to make the club better.

“He has always made instruction a major part of this club,” said Richardson, who has won the Royale NB Ladies Player of the Year Challenge a record 18 times.

“He has always been there for juniors and, even adults who want to learn how to play,” she added.

“He’s taught all of us how to play the right way – with respect for others and respect for the game.”

Country Meadows gives players the opportunity to challenge every club in their bag. There are four yardages – black at 6,765 yards, blue at 6,327, white at 5,815 and red at 5,373. The part-three course, which opened in 2003, measures 1,080 yards, while the facility’s signature hole is the 500-yard 17th, which features a captivating island green.

Green fees are $36, including tax, for 18 and just $8 for the par-three course. Membership range from $720 for an adult to $620 for seniors and $325 for juniors.

Country Meadows has served as the training ground for countless champions at all levels. Richardson believes more titles are on the horizon, but the club focuses on more than just winning.

“Our clubhouse is known for its friendliness and the members are like a big family,” the general manager said. “You can come out here alone and we’ll find people for you to play with. Everyone accepts everyone, and the members treat everyone like they are part of the bigger family.

“It’s the atmosphere that brings people back year after year. They get the family feeling and they get great instruction if that’s what they are looking for.”