The Club at Bond Head South Course is a very strong layout north of the city courtesy of Jason Straka well worth playing.
Camelot Golf is a Tom McBroom design in Ottawa that has enough elements to separate itself from the rest of his catalogue.
The Club at Bond Head North Course is a rambunctious golf course from Jason Straka just north of Toronto that's worth a play.
Set into the mountainside of North Vancouver, Northlands Golf Course in British Columbia is quite the ride.
The 2021 golf season is upon us an it's time to look at the five hidden gem golf courses to play around Toronto.
Vote for your favourite golf course logo's in Canada in this March Madness type battle of the best golf course logo's in Canada.
This Walter Travis gem just outside Niagara Falls is one of Canada’s most underrated golf courses and a haven for Golden Age Architecture.
Up and over the ridge, no golf hole is more strategic or mean than Stanley Thompson's second hole at St. George's in Toronto.
The Rod Whitman revamped Algonquin Resort is an East Coast showstopper with one of the best four hole stretches in Canadian golf.
Anglo-American Club was designed by A.W. Tillinghast in 1922/1923 and has since disappeared with no one able to locate where it went.
Dr. Alister Mackenzie’s lone Canadian contribution pairs with a Donald Ross nine to provide Manitoba’s premiere golf course.
The 1st hole at Kenogamisis is among Stanley Thompson’s most interesting opening holes and for that it deserves special recognition.
This Rocky Mountain golf course has sprinkles of Stanley Thompson and is set to see some new life in the coming years.
Many countries, like Scotland, have obvious choices for golf capitals. But Canada's flagship golf location may not be where you think.
A municipal favourite, King’s Forest is a City of Hamilton charmer the provides exceptional value and an interesting routing.
A comprehensive plan for Brantford Golf & Country Club will open for play in the spring of 2023 by Whitman, Axland and Cutten.
Stanley Thompson never disappoints and Elk Island in Elk Island National Park Alberta is one of Canada’s best nine holes courses.
A look into one of Canada’s most secluded golf courses, the mysterious Redtail south of London is one of Canada’s most exclusive golf courses.
A strong par 4 from non-other than Stanley Thompson. Uplands provides a wonderful look at The Toronto Terror at his peak.
Don’t forget about Northern Ontario and Sault Ste. Marie where Crimson Ridge leads the charge in an overlooked region for golf.
A strong par 5 finishing hole at the base of an iconic clubhouse, Capilano’s homeward stretch is rightfully famous.
This Nicklaus Design plunges into the Okanagan Valley and is a treat to play day-in, day-out when in the Kelowna area.
Westwood Plateau is Dr. Michael Hurdzan’s lone contribution to Western Canada and a roller coaster mountain golf course.
Grand Niagara is a tough, long and hard golf course, and for that it separates itself from other golf courses in Ontario.
Jasper Park is one of golf’s special settings. Full of quirk, challenge and variety, it is one of the most fun golf courses in the country.
Is Lakeview Golf Course in Mississauga, Ontario Canada’s Best Municipal Golf Course? There’s a good argument for it.
Kawartha Golf & Country Club is arguably the sixth best Stanley Thompson golf course in Canada. A heck of a golf course in Peterborough.
Goodwood is an experience like none other, but the golf course is the star of the show with some of the best greens in all of Canada.
We pick the best 18 holes at the Doug Carrick designed 54 hole TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley in Caledon, Ontario.
Whirlpool is an affordable, wonderful example of Stanley Thompson’s work open to the public in a province where Thomson's are mostly private.
Golf courses are a sight to see from above; wonderfully crafted puzzles working through the natural terrain like works of art. But people don’t often view golf courses from above — we look at golf courses on the ground as we play them. In this challenge, we’re going to put
The Nest at Friday Harbour is perhaps Doug Carrick's most interesting golf course from a strategic point of view and a must visit.
Let's day dream for a minute and think about where the four majors should go if they were to be hoested here in Canada.
With flashes of Stanley Thompson, Robbie Robinson's Brampton Golf Club has its own flare, and is no doubt an awesome golf course to be around.
Where should the RBC Canadian Open go next? 2021, 2023 and 2024 are set for St. George's and Hamilton, but where would you like to see the event go?
Ontario’s only public Donald Ross design, Roseland Golf & Country Club is a charming step back in time and look at golden age architecture.
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