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Media Updates

Explore the content below for all media coverage on The Oxford Hills.


November 29, 2021

Norfolk & Tillsonburg News

“Local is a huge part of my food philosophy,” says chef Eric Boyar.
Read the full story.

Coverage by Linda White.

June 4, 2021

What's Up Oxford

Interested in learning more about our public opening, tee time booking, Theo’s food take-out, and more? Watch What’s Up Oxford’s third interview with the team.

Coverage by Selina Guy.

November 3, 2020

What's Up Oxford

More exciting news coming from The Oxford Hills: the new name, NameYourCourse contest winner, latest course changes, chef addition and more. Watch What’s Up Oxford’s second interview with the team.

Coverage by Selina Guy.

October, 2020

The Village Voice

With a passion for the region and the desire to support our own community,
we’re proud to be featured in Ingersoll’s community magazine,
The Village Voice.

Coverage by JC Graphics Thamesford.

September 30, 2020

The Woodstock Local

“It isn’t just about a golf course,
but rather a destination for Oxford County residents and beyond.”

Read the full story.

Coverage by Lee Griffi.

September 26, 2020

What's Up Oxford

Want to learn more about the renovation plans for the golf course, the overall vision and the facility’s future as it stood in September 2020? Watch What’s Up Oxford’s first interview with owner Steve Bohner.

Coverage by John Payne.


While we’re still in the midst of renovations, we would not be able to accomplish our goals with the support, involvement and enthusiasm of our committed supporters. We’d like to take a moment to thank all of those who’ve been actively involved in raising awareness for The Oxford Hills on our behalf:

  • Many thanks to Meredith from Tourism Oxford for your willingness to support our mission and your help in identifying ways to promote our efforts.
  • Special thanks to Ronda and Crystal from Rural Economic Development Corporation for boosting our media efforts and commitment to helping us thrive.
  • We’re grateful to John and Selina from What’s Up Oxford for their continuous curiosity and coverage regarding the course and facility. 
  • Thanks to The Village Voice (JC Graphics Thamesford) for featuring The Oxford Hills in your Ingersoll community magazine.
  • Lastly, thank you Lee from The Woodstock Local for raising awareness and covering our (now ended) NameYourCourse contest.