The Golf Club


In 1928, Mr. Kenneth Stinson sold a fishing and hunting estate of more than three hundred and fifty acres to Mr. Pierre Joseph Perrin. A two and a half kilometre long river trickled thought the center of the wooded domain. At the north east extremity, beside the Cote St-Paul road, one of the first golf courses of the Laurentians was created. Deer or partridge hunting, trout fishing, bridge or golf where the activities offered to the distinguished guests of Mr. Perrin’s Country Club in the first part of the twentieth century. Magnificently conserved from this period, you will find close to the Club House a charming logwood chapel. Back in those days, the St-Pierre of Bonniebrook Chapel welcomed guests to mass before outdoors activities. The whole site was completely preserved for more than sixty years. 


A Championship course

In 1988, Mr. Gilles Gareau, a golf professional from Rosemere Golf Club acquires the domain from the “Succession PJ Perrin”. He mandates «Enviramtech», a specialized firm to plan a development that maximizes the number of lots available and enables Mr. Gareau to redesign an eighteen hole championship course. The purpose was to use the golf holes to create a «green area» surrounding the future housing project. All the way through the domain, the Bonniebrook River flows calmly in a mature forest.
















Can you smell the BBQ from the 8th tee?

Green #17 is very well protected by water!

The Club House from the 8th tee.

Are you going kayaking or golfing today?

Early morning shadows on green #1...

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