Course & Fees

"Osprey Ridge Golf Club is undergoing many changes and improvements under the direction of our new owners and we sincerely believe that when completed the Members will greatly benefit from these enhancements. As always, we encourage your comments and thoughts about how we can make your experience as positive as possible in the 2016 season.

We are also making changes to our menus and product offerings in the Lounge and Banquet Room which we hope will be well received and are anxious to hear your responses to these changes. The new deck addition and glass railing system will be wonderful for sitting outside and enjoying those warm evenings overlooking the course.You will notice that many of the staff from last year have returned to serve you and make you welcome in the improved surroundings.

Our Golf Shop has been re-arranged to allow for easier access to the clothing lines and you may have noticed that the Sunice outerware, which we have carried previously is now complimented by their quality polos and vests. Let us know if you do not see exactly what you need and we will be pleased to "special order" from our available catelogue in any size, style and colour. Ed Zwicker is managing this important part of our business and he and his staff,all of whom will be familiar to you, will be available to discuss any of our products.

The course is in terrific shape thanks to an experienced and capable maintenance crew headed by Chad Parks as Superintendent. They work very hard to ensure that Osprey Ridge does not take a back seat to any course in our province in conditioning.

Our Business Office has been refreshed for the new season and we hope you will find it more welcoming than ever. Danielle and Brittney have returned and will be managing all the administration and member requirements as in the past. Drop in and say hello!

Osprey Ridge is proud to be a Membership club and we hope the communication of the changes we are making will receive your support and allow you to encourage others who are not yet members, to come over and see these improvements for themselves and consider joining. Let us know if there is anything we can do to build and grow Osprey Ridge."

 

2018 Golf Packages

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Effective age for all categories is April 1st. Rates may change without notice, please ensure you have an up to date rate schedule. Golf Packages are valid from opening day until course closing, subject to weather conditions.Once you run out of your round package regular green fee pricing is in effect 

 

 

Little Swingers Age 6-8 are Free

Must be accompanied by a member or green fee adult after 5pm

 

Driving Range Package 25 baskets $125 

Seasonal Cart Package $425 per seat 

Club Storage Only & Cleaning $150

Push Cart & Clubs or R2D2 & Clubs storage & cleaning $300

Food & Beverage Minimum of $220 (pp) is on every package except for OTP, Student, 10 Round Package, 15 Round Package and Junior. If the seasonal spending minimum is not met from opening to closing, the unspent amount will be charged to your account on November 1st statement (there is no carryover credit to the following golf season). A valid credit card must be provided for club account charging privileges. Please note the FB minimum is not pre-charged. 

Unused rounds are not credited to the following season nor transferrable to other players.

Once you run out of your round package regular green fee pricing is in effect 

Regular Green Fee 9 Holes of golf are to be played after 12 noon Monday to Sunday  

All prices recorded above are subject to HST of 15%

 

Dress Code 

Gentlemen

Appropriate golf slacks or shorts, no more than six inches above knees. Collared shirts preferred: however, mock neck with collar band are acceptable. All shirts must be tucked in with exception of shirts having a straight cut finished hem. Appropriate footwear for golf must be worn on the golf course. A soft spikes only policy is in effect.

Ladies

Appropriate tailored golf slacks, culottes, skirts, dresses, skorts and shorts which must be a maximum of eight inches above the knee. All tops must have collars or sleeves. Ladies can wear a mock style collar and a sleeveless shirt. Untucked shorts can be worn however bare midriffs are not acceptable. Tank tops are not permitted, Appropriate footwear for golf must be worn on the golf course. A soft spikes only policy is in effect.

Medical Exemption 

Intent: The medical exemption is intended for those package holders who, for medical reasons, cannot physically golf. 

Eligibility: Any package holder can make use of this exception 

Medical Exemption Terms and Restrictions: 

  1. Osprey Ridge must be informed in writing, accompanied by a doctor's certificate, attesting to the nature of the illness/ injury and the date it occurred.
  2. A package holder must be unable to play golf, due to illness or injury, for a minimum period of 30 consecutive days before an adjustment in fees will be granted. 
  3. Any adjustment in fees given to a package holder will be in the form of a credit towards the following year's golfing fees.  IN the case of a package player permanently disabled or deceased an adjusted refund will be given that playing year. 

Refund formula: the golf season is based on 180 days, your daily golfing cost as per your package will be used to calculate your credit.

Osprey Ridge features a top notch and well maintained practice facility. 

Driving Range - Osprey Ridge features a 250 yard driving range, with laser scoped targets, and real grass tee decks. No mats!

Practice greens - Osprey Ridge features 2 perfectly manicured practice green areas. The largest is a 7000 ft2 putting only green, which is maintained to the exact standards as the regular greens on the course. Our other practice green is located in the short game area, and is complete with regulation cups and a large practice sand bunker.

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At Osprey Ridge we are fortunate to work with many organizations in helping them achieve their fundraising and charitable goals. Our course and clubhouse are fully equipped and our staff well versed in what it takes to host a successful event. We share our expertise readily to ensure that your event is likewise a success. You can find information on some of the charity events being held at Osprey Ridge listed below. We invite you to contact us by phone at 902-543-6666 or use the convenient form below to initiate an enquiry for your charity event. We will respond in a timely manner and appreciate the opportunity to exceed your expectations.

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Rotary Club

Proceeds to Rotary Club of Bridgewater & District projects support:

  • Rotary Park behind DesBrisay museum
  • BW Elementary School - outdoor play equiptment for 19 classes
  • School gardens
  • Bridgewater Music Festival
  • Bursaries for High School graduates
  • Harbour House (local Transition House)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Stay in School Program through Junior Achievement
  • Food Bank
  • Community Events Sign
  • Safe Grad Program
  • Youth, Seniors and Veterans projects
  • Rotary International Polio Plus project
  • Hillside Pines "Rotary Room" - a furnished room and kitchen for the residents to relax or to visit and entertain family and friends.

For more information: http://www.clubrunner.ca/Portal/Home.aspx?cid=1257

South Shore Mustangs

The South Shore Mustangs Major Midget Hockey Club operates in an environment of respect and integrity in all of each member's activities. We foster the development of young hockey players at the rink and in their communities. Our goal is to provide opportunity to players wanting to get to the next level. We provide a program for hockey players to learn, excel and achieve.

For more information:

http://mustangs.goalline.ca/index.php

IWK

Our Mission

To make a difference in the health and well being of women, children, youth and families

To bring together care, research, teaching and advocacy for the best possible results

To be global leaders in research and knowledge sharing

For more information:

http://www.iwk.nshealth.ca/corporate-home

South Shore Health Authority's Hit it for Health

South Shore Health provides community and hospital-based services to the 60,000 residents of Lunenburg and Queens Counties. More than 1100 employees and 100 medical staff work within the organization to provide quality health care. In addition to acute care services provided at South Shore Regional, Fishermen's Memorial and Queens General hospitals, our responsibilities include several community-based programs including Addictions, Mental Health, Public Health, Rehabilitation, Palliative Care Services, and Continuing Care.

Whether you're staying in hospital or simply using our outpatient services, our health care team will strive to meet your needs. We believe all patients and clients deserve to be treated with dignity, compassion and integrity and respect your right to make informed decisions about your health care.

For more information:

http://www.southshorehealth.ca/index.php

Big Brothers Big Sisters

As Canada's leading child and youth mentoring charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens.

For more information:

http://www.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/southshore/en/Home/default.aspx

CIBC Woody Gundy Lumberjacks Junior "A" Hockey Club

For more information:

http://lumberjacks-hockey.ca/index.php

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"I wanted to thank you and your staff for making our tournament a wonderful success. Everything was perfect including the weather! I've received a ton of compliments reguardig the course, food and the wonderful hospitality. It was easily our best event yet."

Osprey Ridge Golf Club has had the honor of hosting many prestigious amateur championships, charity events and member tournaments in our brief 15 years of operation. We have partnered with many individuals, corporations, charities, and non-profit organizations to deliver an unmatched level of success to each event. Hosting successful events such as the 2012 Canadian Junior Boy's Championship is a true testament to the layout and condition of the golf course, the organization of the club, and the willingness and drive of the membership.

This proven capability of hosting championships, tournaments and events is also delivered to our membership through member tournaments and social events. Club Championships, match play, opening and closing socials are just some of the yearly events offered to our active membership. With a constant necessity for successful member events, the management and staff are continually striving to create new and exciting ways to satisfy this request. Increasing and implementing new and creative social events and with the possibility of hosting new prestigious tournaments such as a Member/Guest and Pro-Am are just some of the ways we will continue to grow and prosper in this area.

 

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Regular Rates 

18 Holes $52

9 Holes $36

After 5pm $25 

 

Cart Rates 

Non-Member Rate 18 Hole Cart Seat $18  

 Non- Member Rate 9 Hole Cart Seat $12

 

Member Rate 18 Hole Cart Seat $16

Member Rate 9 Hole Cart Seat $10

Range Rates

Small Buckets  $5  

Large Bucket $7.50 

 

 

*taxes extra on all above pricing

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