Founded in 1910, Rivermead Golf Club started out with a 9-hole course designed by Albert Murray, the two-time (and youngest ever) Canadian Open winner. Having later acquired more land, the club commissioned George Cumming to extend the course to an 18-hole layout.
During the late 1930s, the course at Riverside Country Club was extended to an 18-hole layout and remodelled by Walter B. Hatch, design associate of Donald Ross, and Ross is also said to have paid several visits during the reconstruction.
One of the oldest golfing institutions in the greater Toronto area, Rosedale Golf Club was established in the Don Valley back in 1893...
Formerly known as Mayfair Golf and Country Club, Royal Mayfair earned royal title from the Queen during Alberta’s centenary celebrations in 2005.
Royal Montreal Golf Club’s beginnings in 1873 can be traced back to a small group of Scots who got together to recreate their national sport.
Founded in 1891, the Ottawa Golf Club – as it was known up until 1912 when King George V granted the club Royal title – moved to its present site a decade after its formation...
The 144-acre Scarboro Golf & Country Club site was the venue of four Canadian Opens and three of these championships were decided by one stroke...
Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club is a classic, private parkland course overlooking the Fraser River and Strait of Georgia.
The St Charles Country Club in Winnipeg was founded in 1904 and Donald Ross redesigned its 18-hole golf course in 1919.
With tight twisting fairways and undulating terrain, St George’s Golf & Country Club is a man and woman-sized test of golf and five-time host to the Canadian Open.