Laid out by John Zieman of Trans Canada Construction to a Stanley Thompson design, the course at Dundas Valley Golf & Curling Club was unveiled in 1930. Today, the layout plays to a par of 71 over 6,403 yards.
Thomas McBroom designed the layout at National Pines Golf Club, routing many of the fairways around the flowing waters of Lovers Creek.
An early Doug Carrick design, the course at Greystone Golf Club was one of the four original facilities to fly the ClubLink flag back in 1993.
Stanley Thompson designed the course at Islington Golf Club and it opened in 1924, a year after the club was founded. More recently, Ian Andrews carried out a restoration of the layout, replacing all eighteen greens in the process.
The course at Timberwolf Golf Club was designed by the prolific Canadian architect Thomas McBroom on a vast tract of land where everything is on a grand scale.
The Wooden Sticks golf course opened for public play in 2000 and, for over a decade, it has retained its status as the preferred daily fee golfing getaway for many players in the Greater Toronto Area.
Opening for play as a 9-hole layout in 1961, the Donalda Club course underwent a 5-year renovation by Tom McBroom in the mid-1990s. The course then closed for a year in 2013 when all eighteen greens were rebuilt to USGA specification.
Substantial elevation changes on the Mark O’Meara course at Grandview Golf Club let golfers savour some spectacular views of Fairy Lake.
The course at Highland Country Club lies a few miles south of downtown London and it’s a Stanley Thompson track dating back to 1922. Interestingly, the club refused to pay the ‘Toronto Terror’ his full fee “for not completing the work”.
One of two Ted Baker-designed layouts at Lionhead Golf Club and Conference Centre, the Legends course is well known locally as a tough track.