Ainsdale Golf Course
History of Ainsdale Golf Course
Ainsdale Golf Course was originally built by Les and Joyce Jolley in June of 1972.
When the Jolley’s first built the golf course, it measured 7777 yards in length and was determined to be a par 74, instead of the traditional par 72. The Clubhouse facility consisted of a club room, snack bar and a small pro shop.
On December 27, 1985, the Jolley’s sold the business and property to Al and Kathy MacKay.
In 1998 the on course water storage was supplemented by the enlargement of the ponds on #2 and #12 fairways, to provide approximately 25,000,000 gallons of water for irrigation. In 2000 a computerized irrigation system was installed complete with pump house and zone controlled watering capabilities to cover all tees, greens and fairways. In 2002 a major rebuild of the club house facilities was completed. The new expansion included a 20' extension of the dining room, another addition provided a completely new golf shop with office space on a new second floor, new washroom and shower for men/ladies and a complete renovation/expansion of the kitchen. In 2004 the maintenance shop additions were completed with 20' x 30' heated maintenance area with a 60' x80' equipment storage area.
On January 12, 2017, the MacKay’s sold Ainsdale to Taylor and Charles Candler.