Golf architect Gary Browning laid out the original 18-hole mountain course at Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club on a spectacular site adjacent to the Three Sisters mountain range.
A new Rod Whitman-designed nine joins forces with the existing nine-hole South course to create the inspiring Links at the ever-popular Wolf Creek Golf Resort in Ponoka.
Eagles Nest Golf Club made a confident entrance onto the Canadian golfing stage in 2004, described as “among the most impressive modern courses to open in Canada in the past thirty years.”
Cherry Hill Club was established in 1922 when nine founding members from nearby Buffalo acquired a tract of farmland which was then turned over to Walter J Travis for transformation into an 18-hole course.
“Cataraqui” is the original native name for Kingston, the “Limestone City”, where the Cataraqui Golf & Country Club course is located, midway between Toronto and Montreal.
Laval-sur-le-lac is one of most prosperous districts in the province of Quebec and it’s in this affluent environment that the private golf club of the same name was formed back in 1917.
The 54 holes at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley all came from the drawing board of architect Doug Carrick and the Hoot course was the second layout to open at the resort.
The faux links course at Cobble Beach lies on the rocky clifftops that overlook Georgian Bay and it’s yet another design from the prolific Doug Carrick.
The Heathlands course at Osprey Valley was created by Doug Carrick who took an uninspiring, largely flat, former gravel quarry and fashioned a man-made, links-like, 18 holes.
Thomas McBroom, one of Canada’s most prolific modern golf course architects, designed the 18 holes for the Ridge at Manitou.