Take the QEW to Exit 57 “Victoria Ave, Vineland”. Turn right on “Marina Blvd” and turn on “Victoria Ave”, follow for 15 minutes. When you reach Hwy #20 turn left and go for 2-3 minutes and we are on the left hand side at the top of the hill.
ETA: 1 hour 15 minutes
From the Rainbow Bridge:
Take the Hwy #20 (Lundy’s Lane) cut off. Turn left on Montrose Road. When you reach Lundy’s Lane turn right and follow for 25 minutes. We are on the right hand side just past Fonthill.
ETA: 30 minutes
From the Peace Bridge take the QEW to Netherby Rd. Take Netherby Rd West (will become Townline Rd) for approximately 15 minutes until you see Prince Charles Drive (there is a Toyota dealership there). Turn right on Prince Charles and continue on for 10 minutes until you hit Hwy #20. Turn left on Hwy #20 and we are about 7 minutes ahead on the right hand side.
ETA: 40 minutes
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– Players should stop play and seek shelter any time they believe lightning threatens them, even if a signal has not been sounded.
Peninsula Lakes Golf Club is committed to keeping our players and staff safe while participating in activities on the course.
Severe weather can be a safety risk and can present itself without warning. When you see lightning, or a thunderstorm is on its way, seek shelter indoors immediately. If you are unable to get indoors quickly enough, find a low spot and crouch down. Never take shelter under a tall tree.
There are 3 areas on each of the 9 hole courses that are accessible during a storm. The shelters provide a safe place to remain until the storm passes.
A horn will be sounded by one of the pro shop staff as soon as lightning is spotted to alert golfers to evacuate the course.
If you see lightning, do not wait to hear the horn and proceed indoors immediately.
Victims struck by lightning typically have a bad electrical shock and potential burns, but carry no electrical charge and can be moved safely.
IN THE EVENT OF LIGHTNING
Clubhouse, Maintenance Building, On-Course Buildings, Automobiles, Lightning Shelters
Open areas, Water, Tall Trees, Metal Fences, Overhead Wires and Power Lines, Golf Carts, Mowers, Cell Phones and Radios
We appreciate your cooperation.