Greenhills is a special place with a Member-friendly course, quiet setting, and a strong connection to London.
It's where the local boy made good: London native Rene Muylaert was known for designing numerous courses throughout Ontario, but he was particularly proud to design a golf course in his home town.
Greenhills, which comprises an 18-hole championship course, opened in 1975. It has stood the test of time, nicely balancing challenging greens with roomy fairways as it winds along the banks of Dingham Creek.
Although it's now a wedge from Highway 402, Greenhills is still a peaceful escape into nature among mature hardwoods. The picturesque setting is ideal for weddings and corporate events with facilities that can accommodate up to 150 guests. Greenhills also boasts an active tennis community and winter tennis dome.
It's also common to see wild turkey, deer, herons and hawks at Greenhills. Talk about natural parkland golf!