The 18-hole course at Whitewater Golf Club is a Tom McBroom design that debuted in 2005. Laid out within an attractive 550-acre forested property, the fairways are routed close to the flowing waters of the meandering Kaministiquia River.
A round at Whitewater starts with the Forest nine, where holes occupy the east half of the property. Housing lines the left side of the fairway on the opening three holes as the routing heads south towards the river but a dense screening from mature trees negate any impact the residences might play.
After the Forest nine returns to the clubhouse, the River nine heads south again, highlighted by a couple of holes that occupy opposite sides of a large lake.
The first of these (the 14th) is a short, left doglegging par four that tempts big hitters to go for the green off the tee, while the second (the 15th) is a long par three that features water and an enormous bunker to the left side of the green.