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.
Now a 27-hole facility, Oakdale Golf and Country Club’s inaugural eighteen holes were designed by Stanley Thompson back in 1926.
The prairie province of Manitoba is not overflowing with quality golf courses but Pine Ridge Golf Club is worthy of inclusion in the upper echelons of the national rankings.
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.
Located on a bend of the Red Deer River, the course at Red Deer Golf and Country Club has hosted numerous provincial and national golf tournaments since the club was formed in 1922.
A Robert Trent Jones Snr design from the late 1970s, the course at Rivershore Estates and Golf Links lies on the banks of the South Thompson River.
Riverside Country Club is an old established club, formed in 1912 when architect Bill Kinnear was invited to lay out an 18-hole course with rolling, tree-lined fairways...
One of the oldest golfing institutions in the greater Toronto area, Rosedale Golf Club was established in the Don Valley back in 1893...
Royal Colwood Golf Club is one of only five clubs in Canada to have the "Royal" title in their name and this honour was bestowed on the club by King George V in 1931.
Formerly known as Mayfair Golf and Country Club, Royal Mayfair earned royal title from the Queen during Alberta’s centenary celebrations in 2005.