Tee up ideas for Garden City Golf Course

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The City of St. Catharines is looking to residents to tee up some ideas and input for the future of the Garden City Golf Course.

The City has operated the 18-hole, par-60 course on the site of a former landfill in Merritton for nearly 30 years. As one of the last remaining municipal golf courses in the area, the course operates seven days a week during the spring, summer and fall months and is known for its value and walkability.

Since 2005 the City has worked to make improvements to the attraction with realigned tees, improved drainage, grading, additional trees and other investments. Even with these improvements we are looking for ways to make the course more appealing, sustainable and improve operations.

That’s where we want to hear from you, fill out the survey below to tell us a bit about yourself, and how you use the course. Check out the Ideas Page to provide us with some input, give us a new idea, or voice your support for one already submitted. We’re looking for ideas on how to better operate the course, how to better promote it, and what shape it takes in the future.

The City of St. Catharines is looking to residents to tee up some ideas and input for the future of the Garden City Golf Course.

The City has operated the 18-hole, par-60 course on the site of a former landfill in Merritton for nearly 30 years. As one of the last remaining municipal golf courses in the area, the course operates seven days a week during the spring, summer and fall months and is known for its value and walkability.

Since 2005 the City has worked to make improvements to the attraction with realigned tees, improved drainage, grading, additional trees and other investments. Even with these improvements we are looking for ways to make the course more appealing, sustainable and improve operations.

That’s where we want to hear from you, fill out the survey below to tell us a bit about yourself, and how you use the course. Check out the Ideas Page to provide us with some input, give us a new idea, or voice your support for one already submitted. We’re looking for ideas on how to better operate the course, how to better promote it, and what shape it takes in the future.