Designed by Rees Jones, son of legendary architect Robert Trent Jones, Royal Oaks Golf Club is only his second Canadian creation to date...
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...
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.
When the Sunningdale Golf & Country Club decided to add another 18 holes in the 1970s, Stanley Thompson’s original layout was joined by a Robbie Robinson creation.
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.