Barrie Country Club celebrated its centenary in 2013 but the course has only been in play since 1970, following a move to a new 200-acre site. Graham Cooke has since carried out a new millennium renovation of the layout.
Today, the layout extends to 7,004 yards from the back tees, playing to a par of 72, with holes arranged as two returning nines, each of which features a par five finish close to the clubhouse. Water comes into play at a handful of holes on the back nine, between the 480-yard 12th and the 192-yard 16th.
Highlight holes include the par five 4th and par four 15th which are routed either side of a central pond, along with the last (and longest) of the par threes at the 195-yard 16th, where water guards the front left side of the putting surface.