Thomas McBroom, one of Canada’s most prolific modern golf course architects, designed the 18 holes for the Ridge at Manitou.
The Heathlands course at Osprey Valley was created by Doug Carrick who took an uninspiring, largely flat, former gravel quarry and fashioned a man-made, links-like, 18 holes.
Georgian Bay sits on a beautiful tract of land on the Niagara Escarpment where it reaches Lake Huron... over thirty course routings were discarded by architect Jason Straka before deciding the final layout.
The small town of Gravenhurst lies to the north of Toronto and it’s here that the fairways at Taboo Golf Resort are draped over the majestic Canadian Shield...
Glen Abbey Golf Club, the first solo design from Jack Nicklaus, who was ably assisted by architect Bob Cupp, opened for play in 1976 and it's one of Canada’s most famous golf courses...
Brantford Golf & Country Club was established in 1879 so it is the fourth oldest club in North America, it's also one of Canada's toughest courses.
Designed by owner Brian Magee, Black Bear Ridge opened in 2005, gaining a reputation in subsequent years as one of the best public golf courses in the country.
Apart from the water-threatened par three 8th, all the standout holes at Wyndance Golf Club are played on the back nine...
Cherry Hill Club was established in 1922 when nine founding members from nearby Buffalo acquired a tract of farmland which was then turned over to Walter J Travis for transformation into an 18-hole course.
Founded in 1908, the 27-hole Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club features a Willie Park Jr. course at its heart. Tom McBroom upgraded all holes in the early 1990s and more recently Michael Hurdzan carried out a major renovation.