Cornerstone Golf was designed to give golfers the atmosphere of playing on an old Scottish course.
The gentle landscape allows easy walking of the course. Forward tees encourage new golfers and the contoured fairways, dog legs, ponds and long par 3s make the back tees a challenge for top golfers.
The course comprises 100 acres of solitude and Natural Bruce Peninsula Beauty. The holes are isolated from each other and are mainly surrounded by woodland and meadows.
The club also has introduced FootGolf to its line-up. Fun for all ages, FootGolf combines the popular sports of Soccer with Golf. FootGolf was developed in the Netherlands and is now being played in over 20 countries around the world. The goal of FootGolf is to kick a soccer ball into the FootGolf hole in the fewest number of ‘strokes’ (or kicks) possible. Like golf, FootGolf uses a tee box and a green, and is played on a golf course, and thus has the standard golf hazards such as lakes, bunkers, and trees to combat. Unlike golf, FootGolf uses 21” cups in diameter, shorter holes, and a soccer ball rather than a plethora of golf clubs to carry. Because of this simplicity, FootGolf rounds take less time to complete, so you can play 18 Holes of FootGolf in approximately 2 hours.