The course at the Golf Club at Lora Bay is a Tom Lehman and Thomas McBroom co-design that overlooks Georgian Bay. The setting is rather special and the course a veritable gem.
Beverly Golf & Country Club is set out on pleasantly undulating terrain to the west of downtown Hamilton – this tree-lined course is regarded as one of Robbie Robinson’s best…
Members of The Club at Bond Head have two magnificent semi-private modern courses at their disposal and Jason Straka, from the respected Hurdzan Fry design company, designed them both.
The 18-hole course at Whitewater Golf Club is a Tom McBroom design that debuted in 2005. Laid out within an attractive 550-acre forested property, the fairways are routed close to the flowing waters of the meandering Kaministiquia River.
Professionals are not the only golfers who appreciate the strength of the South course at Angus Glen Golf Club.
Situated just a few miles north of Sault Ste. Marie, Crimson Ridge Golf Course is a Kevin Holmes design that occupies densely forested terrain, where bluegrass fairways cross numerous creeks and ravines en route to large, gently-contoured bent grass greens.
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...
Host to the Canadian Open in 2007, the North course at Angus Glen Golf Club is a public 18-hole layout where amateur golfers tread the same turf as their professional heroes.
Galt Country Club, the oldest golf facility in the Waterloo region, started out with a 9-hole course in 1906 and then expanded to 18 holes in 1930. Designed by Stanley Thompson, the parkland layout enjoys panoramic views of the Grand River.
One of three 18-hole layouts operated by the City of Hamilton, the King’s Forest course extends to 7,150 yards from the championship tees.