Clovelly Golf Club
100 Golf Club Rd
St. John's, NL A1A 0A6, Canada

Two courses designed by Graham Cooke are here; the regulation-length Osprey and the executive-length Black Duck. The prime-season rates for the Osprey are $52 Mondays through Thursdays and $65 on Fridays, weekends, and holidays. Twilight and shoulder-season discounts are offered.

The club's mailing address is:
PO Box 1045
St. John's NL A1C 5M3

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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$50 - $59
   Weekend:$60 - $74
General Manager:Ted Stonehouse, CPGA (DoG)
Superintendent:Marc Altese
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:May
Season End:October
Pro Shop Hours:0700-1600
Driving Range:yes
Short Game Practice:yes

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Recent Reviews

  TFEustace - 7/18/14
The round started with the holes not be updated to their new positions. DEspite the high winds, the course played well. Firm wide, fairways and fairly quick greens that rolled true. a good experience.
  Firdale - 8/28/13
Overall, a very nice course to play (Osprey). Nice walking course. Nice layout. Well maintained. If I had to pick out a few issues.

Since they move the starting tee to behind the club house (Old # 10), there are several issues. I find the pace gets off to a slow start as # 2 is a difficult hole for most players. Unless you arrive well in advance of your round there is no chance to warm up as the practice range and greens are located at the old # 1 now # 10 hole. Would be nice to atleast have a putting green up by the starting hole. The refreshment bar is located at a crossing of holes 3, 14, and 18. So after you play # 3 it is 11 holes till you see a bottle of gatorade, hot dog, or even a beer. This one is actually easily fixed. There is the old starters hut on Number 10, which could easily be outfitted with a refreshment shack. Overall I really enjoy this course and have play it atleast once a week for the last 13 years, my only issue is it is less public friendly and more member oriented. I play once a week maybe twice, and I sometimes feel like a bother to some of the cluhouse staff to look after you while they fall all over each other for members. I would love to be a member but family and work are priority right now.
  DChristmas - 7/26/12
  Add2144 - 4/16/12
  gagoss - 7/7/11
  Wade Chafe - 12/12/10
  Luvr - 8/5/10
  GaryNS - 7/18/10
  ZachOly - 6/16/10
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