Situated ten miles southeast of Parry Sound, the course at Seguin Valley Golf Club lies within a 890-acre tract of Ontario wilderness where fairways wind their way through dense woodland, crossing lakes and screens and skirting granite bluffs and outcrops.
Seguin Valley is an excellent course built in the Muskoka region of Ontario. The course is a treat to play and offers onsite accommodations perfect for a golf trip with friends. The signature 7th(?) hole is a long Par 3 that crosses a lake, make a good strike and hit the green for a nice memorable shot. Miss the green and you might not enjoy it as much.
Worth the trip from the GTA during peak summer months. Fall would be nice as well but the course does have some drainage issues when there is lots of rain.
Score Golf just ranked #96 best Canadian golf courses. I came to play in the middle of Fall to enjoy the forest color also. The course is about a wedge shot from highway 400 but in quite remote surrounding. I were no doubt if someone says a coyote run there. This is very impressionable course. Every hole gets your eyeball open and demanding of ball fly. Don't be fooled by the yardage in score card. It plays longer. Two of short par four holes in back nine are quite tricky. Overall, a fun course to play.