Devil’s Paintbrush is as close to a links style of course that you can get over terrain that is nowhere near the sea...
Beacon Hall Golf Club is a private, 18-hole course contained within a 265-acre site which is located on the Oak Ridges Moraine, a thirty-minute drive north of Toronto.
With narrow, undulating and tree-lined fairways, it’s easy to see on the surface why The National Golf Club of Canada is so tough, but the more formidable challenge arrives at the greens.
Royal Montreal gets all the golfing attention in Quebec but the real gem in the province is Willie Park Jnr’s Old World course at Mount Bruno Country Club...
Redtail is an exclusive course in Port Stanley, south of London, Ontario. Donald Steel and Tom Mackenzie designed it at the behest of two London businessmen, who wanted their own, private golfing playground.
Developed by entrepreneur Peter Schwartz, Oviinbyrd is an exclusive golf club that first opened in 2005 with members playing on a Thomas McBroom designed course.
The golf course at Muskoka Bay Club sits at “The Gateway to the Muskoka Lake District” and it’s within this rugged landscape that Doug Carrick designed a layout that blends in beautifully with its surroundings.
Sagebrush ran into serious financial difficulties and closed its tees for play in the fall of 2014 and was due to reopen in 2016 as a high-end pay-and-play public facility managed by Troon Golf. However in September 2017 the course closed and remained shut, finally reopening in July 2021.
Westmount Golf & Country Club was designed by legendary golf course architect Stanley Thompson, who constructed many of Canada’s top tracks between the First and Second World Wars.
Royal Montreal Golf Club’s beginnings in 1873 can be traced back to a small group of Scots who got together to recreate their national sport.