Clyde River Golf Club offers three different nines that run alongside the Clyde and West Rivers, just 10 minutes west of Charlottetown. The courses play across lush, rolling countryside covered with centuries-old hemlocks that is home to a variety of wildlife including foxes, owls, ospreys, and bald eagles. From nearly every hole, golfers can enjoy stunning views. The golf courses also share seven water hazards and over 50 strategically placed bunkers. The MacEachern Nine features challenging mounding and dunes along the fairways as well as the occasional elevated green. The par-5 sixth is a particularly tricky hole with a pond located at the bottom of a sloped fairway and a lateral pond guarding the left side of the fairway.
Clyde River Golf Club offers 27 holes of golf that are a combination of traditional links and parkland holes. The diverse natural terrain is home to foxes, owls, ospreys, and bald eagles but it also serves as the ideal landscape for a challenging round. The Cameron Nine offers stunning views of both the Clyde and West River. One of the most scenic holes is the par-4 third hole, which runs alongside the Clyde River. If you stick to the right on this hole you can avoid the two sand traps and out of bounds along the river and you will be rewarded with a generous landing area.
The Darrach Nine is one of three nines at Clyde River Golf Club, which sits just 10 minutes west of Charlottetown. Of the 27 holes at the club, from 22 there are breathtaking views that overlooking the Clyde and West Rivers as well as the lush, rolling countryside covered with centuries-old hemlock trees. There are also seven holes with water and over 50 sand bunkers strategically placed throughout all of the golf courses. Darrach's finishing hole is famous for being home to Prince Edward Island's first island green. Naturally, accuracy is required when maneuvering around the large, double-tiered green, which also has many subtle breaks.