Congratulations to Sean Kee of Woodstock, who captured the 2021 Covered Bridge Men’s Club Championship. Opening day one with a 68, followed by a solid 73 on day two for a two-day 141, Kee edged out Chris Bunting who had a two-day total of 142 followed closely by last year’s Champion Mike Chandra (145). The tournament was the qualifier for the annual Carleton County Cub, with the top 13 players qualifying.
Located in Hartland, New Brunswick; home of the Longest Covered Bridge in the World, this 18-hole, 6,609 yard championship course was first opened for play in 1993 and overlooks the beautiful Saint John River Valley with some of the most picturesque scenery in Atlantic Canada.
An above average slope rating of 132 makes this a challenging and enjoyable course for all skill levels. You will encounter many challenging bunkers and ponds strategically placed on many holes each with breath taking River Valley views. Players are constantly confronted with shots and lies that require even the experienced golfer to evaluate their next shot.
Covered Bridges are a symbol of New Brunswick’s heritage and are scattered throughout the beautiful landscape.
Since Hartland is home to the World's Longest Covered Bridge, CBGCC has recreated this cherished New Brunswick symbol in every detail throughout the course and grounds.
The architectural design of the clubhouse, the tee-box markers and even the usable Covered Bridge for carts located on scenic Hole #17 give you a unique New Brunswick experience you’re sure not to forget.