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Club de Golf Atlantide

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2201 Don-Quichotte Blvd
Notre-Dame-de-L'Ile-Perrot, QC J7V 7P2, Canada

Both courses at this club were designed by Canadian architect Graham Cooke.

Visitors are welcome here; the standard walking rates for the Atlantide course are C$58 weekdays and C$78 weekends (carts are C$35). Early-bird and sliding twilight rates are also available, while rates for the Don Quichotte course are C$48 weekdays and C$58 weekends.

Course Details
Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$75 - $99
   Weekend:$100 - $124
General Manager:Isabelle Racette
Superintendent:Jean-Marc Dumais
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:April
Season End:October
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Fairways Grass:Bent
Water Hazards:Heavy
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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  Koopatroopa - 3/29/10
I have been a member since 2003. For the money it is one of the better courses in the Montreal area. The bent grass fairways, once the winter-kill has gone, are kept green and in good condition. The greens are very large, usually fairly fast and often with tricky breaks. A Graham Cooke design course it has many humps and mounds that make strategic ball placement important. The course is more comfortable for right-handed draw than fade but most holes can work with either. Certain holes (notably #9) have bunkers in the centre and distance control on the drive is a must. At 6200 yards from the men's tees and 6600 from the back it is not a course that requires long hitting to score and there is more of a premium on accuracy than on length. The front nine is mostly wide open but the back is much tighter and much nice visually. There are several holes with a beautiful viw of the lake and the 13th green from which you can see Mount-Royal. The only real weakness of the old course is its bunkers which have poor quality sand and inadequate drainage. When wet the sand is usually very hard and a normal sand shot will yield a flier. Digging in with the lead edge (normally not the right way to play a bunker shot) is often the only way to get out safely and control distance. In fairway bunkers this is an advantage as it makes hitting the ball cleanly somewhat easier.
  Pistolpedro - 8/7/13
  Pinotall - 7/23/13
  Ben Gehmlich - 7/12/13
  bigchini - 6/8/13
  jjmk - 4/13/13
  tigerwoods#1 - 4/8/13
  Demo1961 - 9/13/12
  MaxLeblanc - 8/25/12
  Father Mike - 7/12/12
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Best Scores
Best Score: 65
Don Quichotte / White

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Score Golfer Date
66 stephenlayne 6/24/12
72 mpopulus 7/30/11
68 LB987 5/22/11
73 vmessere787 8/15/10
71 The Furch 7/9/13
72 dashark 7/1/11
69 Beaver57 8/9/13
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