In its formative years, Lambton Golf & Country Club hosted four Canadian Amateur Championships and also four Canadian Opens, the last of which was won by Sam Snead in 1941.
Laval-sur-le-Lac really made its mark on the golfing world stage when it became the venue for the 2nd Canada Cup (the forerunner of today’s annual World Cup) in 1954.
Opening in 1959, London Hunt Country Club is the site of one of the very few Robert Trent Jones designs in Canada and – keeping it in the family – Jones’s son Rees renovated the layout 40 years after it debuted.
Mississaugua Golf & Country Club took its name from the Mississauga Indian Tribe and those of you with eagle eyes may notice an extra vowel in the spelling of the club name.
Royal Montreal gets all the golfing attention in Quebec but the real gem in the province is Willie Park Jnr’s Old World course at Mount Bruno Country Club...
Set out on the floodplain of the meandering Seine River, the Niakwa Country Club course is an original Stanley Thompson design that first opened for play in 1923.
Founded in 1908, the 27-hole Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club features a Willie Park Jr. course at its heart. Tom McBroom upgraded all holes in the early 1990s and more recently Michael Hurdzan carried out a major renovation.
Members of the Jewish community formed Pinegrove Country Club in 1957, commissioning Howard Watson to lay out a championship course. Such is the quality of this layout, it twice hosted the Canadian Open within its first decade of operation.
Venue for the Canadian Open back in 1954, the course at Point Grey Golf and Country Club lies on the Fraser River, close to downtown Vancouver.
Host to the Canadian Open in 1971 and 1973, the Rouville course is the premier layout at the 36-hole Club de golf de la Vallée du Richelieu.