An executive par-3 golf course in Kanata is aiming to tee up another three-year zoning exemption from the city.
The Marchwood Golf Course, located on March Valley Road near the Brookstreet Hotel, is a small-scale version of the Marshes course next door. Both courses are part of the Brookstreet resort complex owned by Terry Matthews-backed Wesley Clover International.
The nine-hole, par-27 Marchwood facility has been operating since 2005 on land that is zoned for industrial business park use. The European PGA-approved short course has received a series of site-specific bylaw exemptions that have been renewed every three years, with the latest one set to expire near the end of April.
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The Marchwood’s larger companion course is one of the region’s best-known layouts. Opened in 2002, the par-72, 7,026-yard Marshes Golf Club course has hosted five Canadian PGA Seniors Championships and the 2015 world junior girls’ championship.