Blomidon Golf & Country Club
|Location||Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador
|Designed by||Graham Cooke|
Blomidon offers golfers panoramic vistas of the city, as well as views of the surrounding Blomidon Mountains and Bay of Islands. As one of the first golf courses in the province, Blomidon has been an icon in the development of the city Corner Brook. Recently[when?] redesigned by well-known Canadian golf architect Graham Cooke, the 18-hole course provide a challenging experience[unbalanced opinion] to golfers of all levels. Blomidon has hosted several major events including the National Junior Ladies Championship in 1979 and 1994.
Blomidon has undergone some recent[when?] renovations. The course now plays to a par 70, with hole 18 extended from a par 4 to a par 5.
Blomidon is host to NLGA's 2012 Mens and Ladies Amateur, Mid-Amateur and Senior Championships.
Blomidon also hosted the National Junior Ladies Championship on two occasions (1979, 1994).
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