Riverside Country Club is an old established club, formed in 1912 when architect Bill Kinnear was invited to lay out an 18-hole course with rolling, tree-lined fairways...
Now a 27-hole facility, Oakdale Golf and Country Club’s inaugural eighteen holes were designed by Stanley Thompson back in 1926.
The golf courses at Kananaskis Country are located in the Rockies and the Mount Lorette course has two feature holes which conclude each loop of nine back at the clubhouse.
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.
Laval-sur-le-Lac really made its mark on the golfing world stage when it became the venue for the 2nd Canada Cup (the forerunner of today’s annual World Cup) in 1954.
Englishman Herbert Strong constructed the original course the Fairmont Manoir Richelieu hotel and US President William H. Taft officially opened it in 1925.
Located within an hour’s drive to the south west of Calgary, the Priddis Greens’ golf courses are set in mature forests within the rolling foothills of the Rockies...
Doug Carrick designed all three 18-hole courses at the TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley facility, which lies between the town of Orangeville and the village of Alton, an hour’s drive northwest of Toronto.
Everything about Predator Ridge Golf Resort reminds you that you're at a top-class venue.
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...