Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. Golf at Greenway's Greens - Watson Lake, Yukon

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Greenway's Greens - Watson Lake Golf Course

Greenway's Greens is a great golf course located along the Alaska Canada Highway at Watson Lake in southeastern Yukon. It was played by the Logsdon family on their trip through Canada in the summer of 2000.

Famous road signs at Watson Lake, Yukon

Famous collection of road signs located at Watson Lake, Yukon.

Greenway's Greens Golf Course at Watson Lake Yukon course card

Name of Course: Greenway's Greens
Address: Box 42, Watson Lake, Yukon Y0A 1C0
Phone: 536-2477
Location: Watson Lake on route of the Alaska-Canada Highway
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Number of Holes: 9
Yardage: Men's 3028, Women's 2792
Women's Par:   35
Men's Par: 35
Local Rules: Out of bounds: fence lines; driving range; play ponds on #4, 7, 8 as water hazards; absolutely no practice swings on the tee boxes; replace divots on fairways; repair ballmarks on the greens; rake sandtraps; absolutely no range balls to be used on the course.
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Advice: We take pride in our golf course and we would appreciate it if you would do likewise.

Greenway's Greens Golf Course Scenes July 2000

Greenway's Greens Clubhouse at Watson Lake, Yukon. The Logsdon family played this course on a long twilight evening in July 2000.

Classy tee markers and tall timber at Greenway's Greens.

 

Second hole at Greenway's Greens is a 442 yard par 4.

Michael pulls his cap down low and drives into the setting sun.

The fourth hole at Greenway's Greens is a 249 yard par 4 (Chuck got a bogey here).
Not much room for error on these narrow tree lined fairways.

Chuck scouts the distance (left) and Ben searches the boundary line (above).

 

You'll find good greens at Greenway's Greens.

Michael should be happy with this chip.

Hazards enough to catch the unwary at Greenway's Greens.

Another good round of golf for the Logsdon brothers.

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This Page Updated: June 27, 2005

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