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 Royal Quebec Golf Club was originally founded in 1874, but the club moved twice before settling on its current location at Boischatel in 1925. This 36-hole facility boasts two courses, Royal and Quebec.
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.
The city of Toronto may have grown ever closer during the 100 years since the Summit Golf Club was founded but this 260-acre property remains a refuge from the hustle and bustle of an outside world...
Toronto Golf Club was Canada’s first championship course and was the yardstick against which all future golf courses would be measured.
Established in 1893 by British expats who emigrated to Canada, Victoria is the oldest golf club in Canada which still plays on its original site.
Westmount Golf & Country Club was designed by legendary golf course architect Stanley Thompson, who constructed many of Canada’s top tracks between the First and Second World Wars.
Located just outside Cambridge, the fairways at Whistle Bear Golf Club were laid out at the turn of the new millennium by John Robinson on a property that has had eighteen previous owners. When it came to naming the holes, there was only one option available for the current owner.