Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. Accolade Pitch and Chip - Antigonish, Nova Scotia

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Jonathan and Tyler at Accolade Pitch and Chip - Photo Courtesy of Mike Van Oirschot

Accolade Pitch and Chip

Name of Course: Accolade Pitch and Chip
Address: Gaspereaux Lake, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada B2G-1Y8
Phone: 902-863-6875
Fees: $10
Contact: Mike, Colin and Marcus
Number of Holes: 9
Yardage: 1366
Par:   28
Season: June 15-Oct 15
Course Type: Pasturegolf Pitch and Chip
Year Built: 2003
Course Designer: Bill Amick
Events: Moonlite Canada Day Tourney
Facilities & Amenities: For the summer of 2005, we have changed the layout of the course to a 9 hole pitch and chip. The greens are fitted with oversize cups. The course will be staffed on a fairweather and ground maintenance basis. A Green Fee Deposit Box based on the honor system will be employed again this season with pricing ($10) and scorecards available. The course is walking and club carrying only. This is a minimal service area. Bring ample supply of tees, balls and water. Golf course playing time is 1hr 15min. Distance 1366yds Par 28.
Reason for Submitting: Advertising

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