The Granite Club – founded as a curling club in 1836 – is a Toronto sports club that decided at the end of the 1990s to extend its sporting reach into golf...
Hamilton Golf & Country Club, or Ancaster as it is known locally, is located on land which once known as Grange Farm and it is set most beautifully in elegant, heavily wooded seclusion.
Located within the Kahnawake Indian Reservation and named after the tribe, the course at Kanawaki Golf Club was designed by Charles and Albert Murray. It opened for play just before the First World War.
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.
Measuring a modest 6,361 yards from the back markers, Marine Drive Golf Club is not overly long but what it lacks in distance off the tee it makes up for in strategic design...
Set on the western side of PEI, the Mill River golf course measures 6,885 yards from the tips. It was originally designed by Robbie Robinson and then restored in recent times by Graham Cooke.
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...