Welcome to the Max
and our new website!
We are celebrating our 22nd season of great indoor golf in Ottawa.
Come on in and enjoy the same fun and comradery with your friends as you do outdoors.
Whatever happens “out there”, happens in here at Golfomax
CURRENT NEWS AND SPECIALS:
SUMMER OFF-SEASON: We are now in our off-season from May 1 to September 30, and open for limited play as follows:
Wednesday evenings: Open from 5pm until last group finishes – as late as midnight.
Group Events: We will open any day and any time for groups of 8 or more, subject to staff availability.
Heavy Rain Days: If heavy rain is in the forecast, we will open for the day, subject to staff availability.
In all cases, contact us by email with your requests at email@example.com
PRIME SEASON: October through April.
We are open daily from 7:00am til as late as 2:00am in the morning.
OUR FULL SWING GOLF SIMULATORS:
Jordan Speith, 2015 PGA Tour Player of the Year and FED EX CUP champ uses our simulators. “The FSG sim is the closest thing to being out on the course.”
Patrick Reed, PGA Tour and 2016 Ryder Cup star. “Full Swing’s cutting edge technology allows me to have a more consistent practice regime.”
Jim McLean, renowned golf instructor. “The Full Swing Golf Simulator is the most impressive indoor system I have ever seen for teaching, practicing or playing this great game.”
Golf Digest, 2016 Editor’s Choice Best Golf Simulator.
“Full Swing Golf utilizes the best tracking and camera technolgy to produce accurate measurements like ball spin and speed, launch angle and shot direction. More than 90 courses are available for play, illuminated in high-definition graphics.”
FREE GOLF TIPS !!! Want a tip? Just ask!
While you are in playing or practicing, if you have a question about your swing, or some other part of your game, our PGA Head Pro John (JR) Watson, or other members of the staff will be happy to help.
GOLFOMAX is a proud sponsor of amateur golf in the Ottawa region.
Congrats to all the OVGA (Ottawa Valley Golf Association) 2016 Intersectional division winning teams. Men, Senior Men, Women, Senior Women, and Junior winning team members all received a free round of golf at Golfomax over the coming winter season.
Congrats to all the 2016 Ottawa Sun Scramble finalists, who also received a free round of golf at Golfomax.
We are also proud supporters of the Golf Association of Ontario (GAO) Ottawa Junior Development Team.
19th hole – 10 brands of beer on tap.
FEATURED BEER: Ottawa’s Broadhead Brewery! Grindstone Amber Ale. We call it “The Doc’s House Amber”. Gotta try it! PLUS: Keith’s IPA, Goose Island Honkers Ale, Steam Whistle, Rolling Rock, Bud Light, Big Rig Gold, Triple Bogey Lager, Mill Street Organic, and Stella Artois.
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT:
GOLFOMAX celebrated it’s 20th anniversay with a Charity golf tournament on June 1, 2015 at Kanata Golf Club. Many thanks to all our prize donors and sponsors, our volunteer staff, and all our participants. Together we raised $14,000 for the Childrens Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and the Ottawa Childrens Treatment Centre (OCTC).
136 avid golfers, many of whom are regular Golfomax patrons, participated in a 4 man Texas Scramble. Golfomax staff were on hand at all the par 3 holes to help out with an additional shot for each team. Congrats to the winning team, captained by Steve Murray with playing partners Eric Cormier, Cody Barbeau and Stu Muir.
Honorary lifetime member, Ralph “Mick” McClean.
With our 20th milestone season, we granted one of our longest playing patrons with an honorary lifetime membership. Mick, a member at Hylands who is now 87 years young, has been playing at the Max twice weekly since we opened in 1995. He has probably played more rounds of golf and drank more coffee than anybody else. After his rounds, he enjoys his usual pint in the lounge with his buddies, telling tall stories about his golf game and past career in the Navy.
Mick joins Lloyd Swick, another long time patron who unfortunately past away recently at the age of 94. Lloyd was given an honorary membership in 2012, in part because he was a very sweet guy and always keen to work on improving his game. This was also in recognition of Lloyd being the driving force behind the War Animals Memorial unveiled at Confederation Park in November 2012.