Uneekor Courses Condor Golf League 2024



As of MARCH 20th 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.


Andrew Milloy 74.00 72 68 72 73 72 80 77 72 80
John Devlin 75.89 78 77 78 73 78 74 77 74 74
Brayden Pethick 80.89 89 81 81 78 82 87 74 77 79
Paul Devlin 82.33 82 87 77 75 82 92 76 88 82
David Wright 82.22 78 88 80 76 86 87 84 87 74
Brittany Luccitti 83.75 81 91 79 84
Marc Franche 85.78 89 90 89 90 86 93 82 78 75
Carter Hogan 85.88 75 95 87 84 83 94 86 83
Daniel Pelletier 87.50 81 98 86 91 86 84 91 83
Marc Brousseau 88.67 77 100 99 84 91 88 90 81 88
John Morris 89.67 93 89 94 91 87 87 94 89 83
Jamie Mayo 90.22 92 108 88 85 90 85 86 96 82
Andrew Kelly 91.00 97 88 83 93 94 93 89
Matt Hebbard 90.67 82 91 101 98 90 92 91 87 84
Al Robichaud 91.78 86 100 92 97 88 103 89 93 78
Allan Ledingham 94.78 87 111 91 95 89 102 94 96 88
Louis Brousseau 102.22 103 102 113 107 111 97 100 95 92
Raphael Medeiros-Zimola 115.50 116 115
Vincent Bourgeois 125.00 135 115




WEEK 1: For the week of January 7th: Club de Golf Le Sorrier (Gatineau, QC)

Welcome to the 2024 Condor Uneekor Golf League where we won’t be going too far from home to start! Hop on the Cumberland ferry (virtually, of course) and join us playing our first round of the season at Club de Golf Le Sorcier!

Set amidst the Victorian architecture and renowned museums, Le Sorcier is located 15 minutes from Ottawa and can be best described as “simply magical.” The course is described as “uniquely challenging” and a hidden gem. This mountain course features dramatic elevation changes, elevated greens, and promises that no two holes are alike.

WEEK 2: For the week of January 14th: Atunyote Golf Course (Verona, NY)

Week two will be talking us just outside of Syracuse, New York to a beautiful Casino and Spa resort for an ultimate boys trip or couples weekend! Whichever you choose.

Located at the Turning Stone Casino and Golf Resort, his Tom Fazio design hosted the 2006 PGA Professional National Championship and the BC Open. The parkland setting of Atunyote features vast stretches of open space, gently rolling hills, a stream of small waterfalls, and several lakes.

Fun fact: Dustin Johnson got his first career PGA Tour win here!

WEEK 3: For the week of January 21st: Oslo Golfklubb (Oslo, Norway)

Week three brings us to Europe for the first time in our league season. Oslo, Norway, home to the Norwegian Royal Family and probably the resting place for a few golf balls too!

The Oslo Golf Club began as a 9-hole course on the southern shore of Lake Bogstad and has since transformed to the 18-hole championship track golfers know and love today. The course is a regular venue for Ladies European Tour Events, the Norwegian masters, and annually ranks in the Top 10 Best Courses in Norway. Oslo Golf Club was founded in 1924, and opened for play in the fall of that same year. The course has been in continuous operation since its founding, with the exception of World War II, when the land was used to farm potatoes and in 2008 when the course was closed for reconstruction.

The courses sleepy aesthetic belies its technical advancements. In 2008, the course was retrofitted with thousands of meters of drainage lines, hundreds of catch basins, and all 18 greens were reconstructed with state-of-the-art subair systems. In addition to technical advancements, the 2008 redesign included changes to the course layout to highlight the courses natural beauty. This was done by changing the position of the greens for holes 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 17. Oslo Golf Club is the only 18-hole golf course in Oslo’s city limits.

WEEK 4: For the week of January 28th: The Club at Hokulia (Kealakekua, HI)

And for the last round in January, we will be taking you to Hawaii for the first time!

Designed by Jack Nicklaus in 2002, Hokuli’a is generous off the first tee but will test your iron game with demanding approach shots. Open year round, this oceanside club was designed to provide a sheltered climate from coastal breezes, with each hole featuring a dramatic view of the Pacific Ocean. It is the only private oceanside golf course located on the Big Island. 

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 (15 Foot Gimmes – you’re welcome). It’ll get you ready for the playoffs!

WEEK 5: For the week of February 11th: TPC Dorado Beach (Dorado, Puerto Rico)

Let’s get out of this miserable weather, shall we? This “must-play” Caribbean golf course runs through lush jungle and oceanfront coconut groves, challenging golfers of all skill levels. The course was redesigned by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The most notable changes were the reshaped greens and panoramic sightline that were restored to the 12 and 18 holes. 

Jones lengthened the course by nearly 700 yards, making Dorado Beach a formidable 7,200 yards, with many holes playing into the strong Caribbean wind. He also reshaped the bunkers and filled them with native sand. 

Dorado Beach was also voted by Golf Digest in the Top 100 Best Courses Outside the United States. 

Chi-Chi Rodriguez had this to say about Dorado Beach, “Dorado Beach Resort & Club is a very impressive place. There are four courses. They just opened the East course after an 18-month restoration, and it’s gorgeous. The new bunkers are amazing. They have a rolling look that makes them seem as though they are part of the distant ocean. And the redesign allows golfers of all skill levels to enjoy the course.” 


WEEK 6: For the week of February 18th: Greywolf Golf Course (Panorama, BC)

Week 6 of the league season brings us to our first stop in beautiful British Columbia! Welcome to Greywolf. Greywolf Golf Course was ranked in the top 10 of Golf Digest’s Top 10 Courses in Canada” The course was designed by Doug Carrick; Carrick is a fixture of Canadian golf and the architect of the country s finest golf courses.  

The course is set amidst the Canadian Rockies and was designed to offer panoramic views of the alpine backdrop on every hole. This was part of David Carrick s philosophy while building the course. Carrick wanted to let the land dictate the routing of the holes. 

Greywolf was ranked as one of the Top 100 Courses Outside of the US per Golf Digest. 

The signature hole is a jaw-dropping par three, across Hopeful Canyon. This hole will typically require at least one club less than a player anticipates unless the swirling winds from the Toby Creek Valley change their minds. 

WEEK 7: For the week of February 25th: Valderrama Golf Club (Sotogrande, Spain)

Our last stop in February brings us to Valderrama Golf Club in Spain. The course is widely considered to be the Augusta National of Europe and is known for its perilously small greens. 

The narrow fairways, framed with cork trees, were meticulously put in place by Robert Trent Jones Sr., and provide a true test for golfers of all skill levels. 

The course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. Later, the par-5 17th, was infamously toughened by Seve Ballesteros. Voted Top Course in Mainland Europe by Golf World The course was recently voted in the Top 100 Best Courses in the World” by Golf.com. 

Valderrama Golf Club was home of the 1997 Ryder Cup, the first ever held in Continental Europe. The European Team won by a margin of 14.5 to 13.5. 

 This course is a personal favourite of Sergio Garcia and was awarded the Audubon Environmental Certificate. 

WEEK 8: For the week of March 10th: Asiana Country Club (Yongin, South Korea)

Located in the hills of Yongin, South Korea, Asiana Country Club was designed by Ronald Fream and is owned by Asiana Airlines. Each hole features two greens and can play very differently depending on the pin location selected that round.


WEEK 9: For the week of March 17th: Mauna Lani South Course (Kohala Coast, HI, USA)

Mauna Lani, the South Course, features championship golf and one of the most photographed over-the-water holes in golf, ever. If you are looking for a round of golf that will test every club in your bag and features stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, look no further than this Hawaiian gem. The course was designed by Homer Flint and Raymond Cain. Cain designed several championship courses all over the world, including: Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Fiji, and Australia. From 1990 to 2000, Mauna Lani hosted the Senior Skins Game. A “skin,” as most golfers know, is the pot given for the low score on each of the 18 holes. Participants of the Senior Skins Game have included: Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd, Lee Trevino, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Gary Player, Hale Irwin, and Jim Colbert. The resort was first acquired by Francis H I’I Brown – it was under Brown’s stewardship that Kalahuipua’a, now called Mauna Lani, remained a uniquely Hawaiian place. Mauna Lani consistently ranks as one of Golf Digest’s “Best in State,” courses.

WEEK 10:  For the week of March 24th (Playoff Round 1): Bay Hill Golf Club (Orlando, FL)

Bay Hill Club and Lodge is an 18-hole golf course that was opened in 1961 and was home to golfing legend Arnold Palmer and his eponymous PGA Event, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Palmer took ownership of Bay Hill in 1975 and it has been considered one of the top golf resort destinations in America ever since.


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 $30 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 “Computer Decides” under the putting section. 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 allowed to play from whichever tee box they would like but MUST remain at the same tee box for the entire season (including playoffs). 
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.
If you have any other questions, I’ll be happy to answer them for you.
Stay tuned for the course release coming soon!


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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