Opening in 1999 at the Rodd Brudenell River Resort on the east side of Prince Edward Island, Dundarave golf course is regarded as the more challenging of the resort's two 18-hole layouts...
The partnership of Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry was chosen to construct Le Diable (“The Devil”) course at the Mont Tremblant Resort.
The Copper Creek Golf Club pay and play facility has taken less than a decade to establish itself as one of the very best public layouts in Ontario.
Connoisseurs of old-fashioned golf course architecture will admire the short par fours on the card (at holes 1, 8, 10 & 12) and they will positively revel in the delights of Château Montebello’s five short holes
The Canadian Open has been played at Club de Golf Beaconsfield on two occasions and both events were won after all-American playoffs.
Thomas McBroom designed the course at Camelot Golf & Country Club and it’s a layout with a split personality featuring holes in meadowland and then in park-like surroundings.
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.
A round of golf at the Algonquin Resort begins with an easy opener then holes 2 to 4 follow the fairways of the original course along the edge of town before turning back toward the Atlantic coast...
Doug Carrick designed all three 18-hole courses at the Osprey Valley resort, which lies between the town of Orangeville and the village of Alton, an hour’s drive northwest of Toronto.
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...