Ironwood started in 1965 with just nine holes. The original 9 hole architect was Dave Ferguson who had been an assistant to Stanley Thompson at Banff Springs. Years later, John F. Robinson was called in to rework the course and add nine more holes, and we opened the new nine for play in 1990. Robinson has created acclaimed courses all over Canada and the northern U.S., including Mainprize in Saskatchewan, Birch Bay in Washington, the Lakeland course at Hollinger Golf Club in Timmins, Whistle Bear in Cambridge-- utilized the rolling, gently forested hills to scenic and strategic advantage.
When our clubhouse was completed in 2003 we never really imagined that folks would become fond of the place and want to celebrate their happiest occasions here. But as we and our guests soon discovered, it's a comfortable, elegant setting, ideal for weddings, outings, and celebrations of all kinds. That's probably the reason our clubhouse has become one of the most popular places in Exeter for families, friends, and colleagues to celebrate.
Think of Ironwood if you're planning a gala occasion. Call 519-235-1521 or visit our Banquets & Wedding page for more information.