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A private golf club in Toronto, Rosedale Golf Club was founded in 1893. This reworked course is designed by the famous Donald Ross. The 6525 yard course comprises par 71 and 18 holes. The club can also be hired for social and private functions. A definite must visit, this course is known as one of the best courses in Canada.
Completed in 1929, St. George's Golf and Country Club is one of the most prestigious golf courses in the city. Designed by legendary golf course architect Stanley Thompson, the course ranks among the top golf facilities not only in the country, but also the world. During its rich history the course has been host to many professional tournaments. Besides golf, there's a curling facility as well on site. There's an array of restaurants and bars for recreation as well as elegant facilities to host events. Check website for more.
Being the third oldest golf club in North America, the Toronto Golf Club was established in 1876. Located across the Etobicoke River, the 18-hole golf course was designed by Harry Colt. The club hosts a range of tournaments and has also had the privelege to host the Canadian Open for five times.
Located near Pearson International Airport, Royal Woodbine Golf Club is a championship caliber track for the serious golf enthusiast. From the tips, the par 71 course plays out at 6,446 yards with 76 sand traps and 30 water hazards! There's a driving range, chipping and putting green, pro shop, restaurant, bar, patio and locker room with showers, sauna and massage attendant. You can book up to six days in advance—especially advisable during peak season.
The Angus Glen Golf Club was originally bought by Arthur Strolley, who ran a cattle farm on the property. Later it became a stud farm where he bred champion thoroughbreds. It was only as late as 1992 that a golf enthusiast himself, Strolley thought of converting it into a golf course. Today it is a hub of golfing activity and a venue for championships and tournaments. They have also taken over the management of the Markham Green golf club. Sunday brunches and Winemaker's dinner dance evenings on Fridays at Angus have a huge, loyal fan following.
Located in the village of Kleinburg, a 45-minute drive away from Toronto's city limits, the Copper Creek Golf Club features rolling greens and lush fairways, making for a wonderful natural setting to play in. This 18-hole golf course offers a challenging game and an amazing practice area, besides also being equipped with a driving range. The Humber River Valley forms the backdrop for this public course, thus creating a panoramic visual treat as one proceeds to golf. After a good game, enjoy an elaborate meal at its clubhouse.