Welcome to International Country Club

Welcome to International Country Club of Niagara

Located a short drive from the roar of the “Mighty Niagara” and just minutes away from historic battles of the War of 1812 lies the sleepy little town of Stevensville, Ontario. Constructed in 1976 International Country Club of Niagara is one of the Niagara Region’s hidden golf gems.

International Country Club of Niagara is a 27-hole golf facility with a full length driving range that features three distinct 9 hole courses that will challenge golfers of all skill levels. The courses aptly named Red, White and Blue (in honour of the colours that fly in the flags of Canada and the United States) offers a course that ranges from 4400 yards from the newest Forward Tees to nearly 6900 yards from the tips. While you can afford to spray a shot or two on the Red and White Courses the Blue Course requires a little more focus.

International Country Club of Niagara does not have a “Signature Hole” as there are too many holes that are both visually appealing and challenging to the golfer. Among the holes in this category are the Par 4 2nd dogleg right on the Red Course, the Par 3 6th on the White and the classic Risk/Reward Par 4 3rd hole on the Blue Course. The Par 5 6th is a great looking hole that requires an approach shot to a “Peninsula Green” as historic Black Creek wraps around the Blue Course.

Since new ownership took over International Country Club three years ago the golf course has seen a a resurgence and several upgrades. Many of these changes took place in the 2014 golf season. These upgrades include…

- A new clubhouse scheduled to open in April 2015.

- New golf carts in 2015.

- All cart paths were resurfaced.

- Drainage throughout the golf course was re-constructed.

- In an effort to be a part of the “speed up the play” initiative. International Country Club of Niagara removed some bunkers and filled them in with soil and seed.

- A new set of “Forward Tees” were constructed. This allows golfers (young and old alike) to play a course that is fair to the golfers skill level.

As you can see the prevailing winds of the Great Lakes are changing at International Country Club of Niagara. There has been a lot of change and the best is yet to come.