The lush, parkland fairways of Maple Downs Golf & Country Club have been modified over the years by a number of renowned architects...
Formed in 1922, Thornhill Golf & Country Club commissioned the prolific and much respected architect Stanley Thompson to lay out the 18-hole Long course for the membership.
The course at Port Carling Golf & Country Club is one of Thomas McBroom’s earliest designs and the architect was recalled by the new owner, almost two decades later, to refashion his original layout.
Deer Ridge Golf Club is a private venue for those who want to fit in a game during the week or steal away to entertain clients without having to worry about booking a tee time.
The Highlands golf course at the Deerhurst Resort is classically well-balanced with granite outcrops, dramatic elevation changes, exciting elevated tees and dense, mature woodland...
The Copper Creek Golf Club pay and play facility has taken less than a decade to establish itself as one of the very best public layouts in Ontario.
Thomas McBroom designed the course at Camelot Golf & Country Club and it’s a layout with a split personality featuring holes in meadowland and then in park-like surroundings.
Founded in 1919, Windermere Golf & Country Club was designed by George Cumming and Stanley Thompson and it’s set among granite outcroppings and stately pines.
Doug Carrick designed all three 18-hole courses at the Osprey Valley resort, which lies between the town of Orangeville and the village of Alton, an hour’s drive northwest of Toronto.
Stanley Thompson set out the original six holes at Credit Valley Golf and Country Club but the modern day course is very much a Robbie Robinson design.