Heighten your enjoyment of the game at Trillium Wood Golf Club, an award-winning 18-hole golf course in Corbyville, ON. Trillium Woods is one of three courses in the exceptional golfing network, Golf Courses of Quinte. Most of the holes on this course are completely secluded. Surrounded by majestic stands of trees along the fairway, guests enjoy the sense that they are alone on the course. With the panoramic views of Cold Creek serving as a picture-perfect backdrop to this course, it’s no wonder we were included in Golf Advisor’s 2016 list of Top Golf Courses in Canada!
- 18 holes
- Par 72
- 4,900 to 6,700 yards
- Premier driving range
- Teaching facilities
- Green Fee Rates: $35-55 (18 holes)
Test your Skills
Trillium Wood will provide even skilled golfers with a challenge. Ranked #3 in Canada, this par-72 course plays between 4,900 and 6,700 yards from 4 tee decks, and is on more than 200 acres of heathland and wooded areas. It features numerous craftily-placed sand traps, water hazards and contoured greens. Trillium Wood is supported by one of the region’s premier driving ranges. If you’d like to improve your game, be sure to visit our separate teaching and practice areas.
GPS Screens on all Golf Carts
Each of our golf carts is equipped with a Visage Mobile Golf Information System. You can see each hole, get yardage to pins and hazards, access your scores and view tournament leaderboards from the GPS screen. You can even order food!
Our Teaching Area
Trillium Wood has one of the best practice and teaching areas in the Quinte region. It features:
- Target greens
- A 20,000-square-foot natural turf tee deck
- A separate putting green
- A chipping green, including a practice bunker
We are proud to announce that our teaching professional for the 2019 season is Ian McAnsh, who is returning for his fifth season at The Academy at Trillium Wood. Ian initially became interested in golf while he was working as a member of the grounds crew at Sutton Creek Golf Course in Essex, ON. He took part in the Professional Golf Management Program at Camosun College from 2004 to 2006. He spent time at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club before attending the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Whistler, BC, where he attained a vast knowledge of David Leadbetter swing techniques.
Shortly after, Ian turned professional, signing on with the PGA of Canada in 2009. Ian spent four years as an apprentice under Canadian Hall of Fame golfer Cathy Sherk at Black Bear Ridge Golf Course before coming to Trillium Wood. Today, he holds clinics and camps for children, and he also offers private instruction and junior programs.