2018 In Review – Pictures – #2

Black and White images in golf are underrated in my opinion.  Leaving much to the imagination and a contrast to the brilliance and proliferation of golf photography, it is something I should do more of.  Taking the signature hole from North Granite Ridge, in Muskoka and not showcasing it in all its colour and splendour seems not right, but hard to argue with the result.   The golf hole itself, #3, a short, elevated par 4 with what I call the ‘aiming tree’, was a fun golf hole to experience.  I’ll share more reflections on North Granite Ridge before the end of the year (teaser for 2018 In Review – Courses).  For now, I will look back and yearn to get back up there again soon.

There’s no denying this is the signature hole but I’d contend there are at least 6 more with a strong case of their own.



Mildly addicted to the game of golf. Fiercely loyal. A planner, a dreamer, reflective and a proud and passionate Canadian. A father. A fiancé. A tree planter. A Trent graduate. A dog owner. Falling in love with my putter after many failed relationships. A scratch golfer stuck in a 10 handicap body. Love, love, love golf value. Fade on a good day. One ace (and seeking a second). A golf writer/blogger focused on public golf in Canada. Chipping away at my own Bucket List of Canadian golf courses.