Trackman Courses Condor Golf League 2024




As of MARCH 5TH 2024. When submitting scores please confirm which week and score along with the screenshot of the actual scoresheet not from the app. Please email corrections or see staff when the bar isn’t busy.

Jacob Victor 69.22 70 70 64 68 70 73 67 69 72
Colin Roberts 75.67 70 70 76 76 80 73 78 74 84
Shane Brimacombe 75.44 73 71 76 76 82 73 79 73 76
Olivier Martinho 76.17 80 74 75 81 77 70
Marc Wathier 76.33 70 80 86 76 73 70 77 75 80
Daniel Cote-Finch 78.25 80 72 84 77
Erik Plumadore 78.50 73 76 86 78 80 78 75 82
Mark Phillips 78.67 75 77 83 83 80 74 80 82 74
Harrison May 79.00 81 75 76 75 80 78 76 85 85
Matthew Carey 79.11 85 75 81 79 77 73 85 79 78
Justin Fisher 79.33 79 82 80 79 78 79 79 78 80
Kyle Forrest 79.56 78 80 76 77 82 76 80 90 77
Dan Paquette 80.00 81 73 86 80
Jean-Francois Renaud 80.89 81 78 83 81 80 75 84 86 80
Scott Dowell 80.89 89 78 76 78 85 77 80 85 80
Mark Pearl 81.22 83 85 79 86 80 76 83 85 74
Ghislain Nadeau 81.33 80 87 76 84 78 86 83 83 75
Jason Fisher 81.67 83 82 84 77 75 80 84 86 84
Alex Beaudry 82.00 80 87 79
Mike Seguin 83.14 89 88 84 93 80 75 73
Ben Lemieux 84.50 90 78 86 80 84 89
Jon Payette 84.89 84 86 87 87 87 79 81 90 83
David Hassar 87.63 109 80 82 86 80 84 86 94
Ghislain Doiron 88.88 92 91 96 90 82 87 85 88
Shane Cundell 88.88 91 87 89 91 89 83 89 92
Mario Lemieux 89.00 96 77 93 88 88 92
Chris Payer 92.50 95 97 88 95 93 87
Kyle Simpson 93.22 97 95 96 97 102 76 95 89 92
Connor Patterson 103.00 101 105




WEEK 1: For the week of January 7th: Glen Abbey Golf Club (Oakville, ON)

Welcome to week 1 of the CGL! For this one we will be travelling down the 401 (or Highway 7 depending on traffic) to Glen Abbey Golf Club. This course was finalized to it’s current version in 1975 and was the first solo design by Jack Nicklaus as the permanent home of the Canadian Open in 1976.

See if you can come close to the course record of 62 shot by Greg Norman and John Herrick, or try to re-create what people call “Tiger’s greatest shot ever” on the par-5 18th hole!

WEEK 2: For the week of January 14th: TPC Colorado

Tipping out at a whopping 7,991(!!) yards, this Arthur Schaupeter design in Berthoud, Colorado can be a tough challenge for even the best players on the PGA Tour. A 45-minute drive from Denver, this course is nestled in a quaint community with many outdoor activities to do on top of playing this semi-exclusive golf course.

The par-72 layout takes players on a full tour of the wonderful site with a combination of short and long holes.  Holes playing from elevated ridges with spectacular panoramic views of Longs Peak and the entire Front Range make it obvious to golfers they are at TPC Colorado, while the holes laid out along the beautiful shorelines of the large reservoirs with their stacked-sod pot bunkers and fescue-lined fairways give golfers a sense of the Scottish heritage of the sport.

WEEK 3: For the week of January 21st: Bellerive Country Club (St. Louis, MO)

Week three takes us to the midwest, Town and Country to be specific just west of St. Louis where in 1956, Bellerive Country Club was re-birthed after its move from the former location in 1897.

A course with a long history in golf, Bellerive saw the first ever Sunday final round in the U.S Open (golfers previously played rounds 3 and 4 on Saturday), the names of the winners here will sound quite familiar to the golf fanatics. Gary Player, Nick Price, Camilo Villegas and an amazing Sunday round of 66 by Brooks Keopka to hold off a Sunday charge by Tiger Woods

WEEK 4: For the week of January 28th: Le Golf National (Guyancourt, France)

Our first stop in Europe in the CGL takes us to Paris and Le Golf National. After being the host of the 2018 Ryder Cup, Le Golf National will also be home to the golf event at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

The Albatros (Albatross) Course was the original of the three courses (two eighteen hole courses and one nine hole) with the designer, Hubert Chesneau completely flattening the land in order to create ideal conditions for not only golfers but also spectators and media to also have the best experience possible!


WEEK 4.5:  For the week of February 4th: NO Regular Season Rounds

 We would suggest you use this week to get a practice round in and turn on the putting (Setting Manual-Aimed). It’ll get you ready for the playoffs!

WEEK 5: For the week of February 11th: Medinah Country Club (Medinah, IL)

The host of 5 PGA Tour major championships, one Senior US Open and the 2012 Ryder Cup, Medinah Country Club just northwest of Chicago has seen it’s fair share of history throughout its years. The 54-hole facility has seen many low scores, but none as low as Justin Thomas’ 11-under 61 shot at the 2019 BMW Championship. We can’t wait for you to test your skills on the famed No.3 course, but we won’t be offering the $1.665 million dollars prize that Thomas took home in his record breaking year (unfortunately)

WEEK 6: For the week of February 18th: St Andrews Links Old Course (St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland)

A league is not complete without a stop at the “Home of Golf”. The history of St Andrews goes back to 1552(!!!) and has seen thirty Open Championships played there. The course has tested (and demoralized) even the most historic figures in all of golf (see Bobby Jones 1921 Open Championship) but has also seen Cam Smith shot a tournament low 268, or -20. 

Thankfully, you won’t have to worry about any hazards on the first or last holes, but you might want to avoid one of the 112 hazards from the 2nd to 17th hole. 

For the week of February 25th: Casa de Campo “Teeth of the Dog” (La Romana, Dominican Republic)

What better place to be in late February than the Dominican Republic. The #1 ranked course in the country and number 27 in the world is the signature design by the legendary Pete Dye. The description given by the course is “Make no mistake, if you dare challenge the Dog it will bite back. But your efforts will be rewarded with 18 jaw-droppingly-beautiful holes—including seven right along the ocean”… Yikes!

Save yourself the $660USD price tag this course has to play and just enjoy it from the comfort of Condor with a pint of Condor and try to make a Condor… See what we did there?!

WEEK 8: For the week of March 10th: Muirfield Village Golf Course (Dublin, OH)

The village that Jack Built. Named after Muirfield, Scotland where Jack won his first of three British Opens, Muirfield Village has been home to the Memorial Tournament since 1976. Nicklaus had been renovating and creating new challenges up until 2020 when he himself said that it would be the “final major renovation of his lifetime”. 


To all of those in the league last year, we apologize that this course was used in week 1. We hope that you have better luck this year (and maybe don’t hit it into the sneaky creeks laid out across the course).

WEEK 9: For the week of March 17th: St. George’s Golf and Country Club (Etobicoke, ON)

We start the season in Canada, we finish the season in Canada. Formerly known as the Royal York Golf Club, St George’s was established in the 1920s in downtown Toronto, funded by money made by the Canadian Pacific Railway. 


This five-time Canadian Open host has twisted fairways and undulating terrain that will test even the best of golfers. Enjoy this last trip down the 401 before we head back to Europe for week 1 of the playoffs!

WEEK 10: For the week of March 24th (PLAYOFFS ROUND 1): Real Club Valderrama (Sotogrande, San Roque, Andalusia, Spain)

The first host of the Ryder Cup in Continental Europe, Real Club Valderrama has seen its fair share of golf lore. With the first two WGC Championships being played there in 1999 and 2000 (won by Mike Weir!), the course is more famous for being the course that hosted the Guinness Book of Records “Fastest Golf Hole” with the team of Raphaël JacquelinAlexander LévyGrégory Havret and Romain Wattel completing the par-5 4th hole, known as “La Cascada”, in 34.87 seconds making Birdie (also a signature cocktail on our menu. Ask your server for details)


Good evening Golfers! You are receiving this email because you have registered for the 2023 Trackman Golf League at Condor and we are very excited for the league to begin on the 7th of January. I just wanted to pass along a bit of information for you.


– Your rate of $35 per hour is available Sunday-Wednesday any time OR Thursday-Saturday BEFORE 3pm
– You can play solo or with anyone else in the league BUT can only book for a maximum of one hour per person playing (1 person = 1 hour, 2 people = 2 hours etc…)

– After you finish your round, you have to show your server your score so they can confirm it and enter it into the tracking sheet



1) NO Mulligans – Leave the option for mulligans on in case the machine picks up you dropping your ball and registers it as a shot, but if you go OB or in the water that’s on you


2) NO Putting – When setting up your round, go to putting and select “Auto – Tour Pro”. This setting will select the number of putts for you once you reach the green based on the average PGA TOUR Player (and yes, they three-putt sometimes too) 


3) Everyone is to play from the first tees ABOVE 6000 yards (White in NA,Yellow in Europe). Some courses have tee boxes that are not conventionally named, so to avoid any confusion, everything will be played from the first tee above 6000 yards.


4) The league rounds will be pre-selected courses. It is up to you to play all of the courses counted towards league scores. Should you miss a week, there will be handicap deductions in your playoff matches.


5) There are 14 rounds included in your league cost and only 10 rounds guaranteed in league play (9 regular season and everyone is guaranteed one playoff week) I suggest when you are using your four practice rounds, you play 9 holes and turn the putting on (this will help you get used to it for the playoffs)


6) Once you have completed your round, have the staff member taking care of your group take note of all of the scores to be tracked and for them to verify that no mulligans were taken.


7) You CAN play multiple times in one week but not multiple times in one night (unless you are able to finish 36 holes in an hour which is pretty damn hard)


The rules will change in the playoffs when we go into match play. I’ll explain that at a later date.


The Condor Golf Team

Monday:         CLOSED
Tuesday:        3PM - 10PM Wednesday:  3PM - 12AM
Thursday:      3PM - 1AM
Friday:            3PM - 2AM
Saturday:       12PM - 2AM
Sunday:          12PM - 10PM


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