Generously spread over 444 acres of ruggedly beautiful country northwest of Toronto, Blue Springs Golf Club hurtles over exciting terrain that provides adrenalin-pumping elevated tee shots, views of pristine forests, leafy valleys and ponds teaming with largemouth bass.
In one wildly undulating location just north of Toronto, The Club at Bond Head provides you with two great and distinctly different golf experiences. The links-style South Course, created by Hurdzan Fry Design, delivers the best of European golf with conditions and styling that provide creative shot-making challenges, vistas similar to Scottish and Irish links, and winds that swirl around fescue-covered dunes.
Caledon Woods is a scenic, inspiring walk in the pastoral hills and valleys of the Caledon countryside just north of Toronto. Opened in 2003, Caledon Woods replaced the 27-hole Bolton Golf Club, so it delivers modern features and top conditions in the mature surroundings of a grand old club.
On the eastern edge of Greater Toronto, Cherry Downs Golf and Country Club is easily accessible, but delivers the peaceful atmosphere of a grand and peaceful old club. Designed by Canadian architectural icon Howard Watson, Cherry Downs Golf and Country Club opened in 1962 on rolling terrain framed by woodlands.
Discover a world of exquisite amenities and breathtaking beauty at Club Renaissance. From the moment you drive into the community, you realize you're seeing one of the finest golf courses in the country.
This beautifully manicured golf course features two distinctive nines. The front nine has an open links feel with wide fairways and large greens that will accept bump-and-run approach shots. The back nine requires more accuracy as it meanders through a large conservation area. Water comes into play on many holes and most fairways are lined with tall pines and ancient oaks. Six sets of tees ensure that golfers of every skill level will enjoy their round.
In the heart of Greater Toronto, The Country Club is a leafy sanctuary of golf that provides just about anything the modern player could want—in abundance.
In the hills just north of Toronto, you have an opportunity to traverse the high and low ground of DiamondBack Golf Club just like touring pros who have played big-time tournaments at this highly respected layout.
The anticipation of playing golf quickens the pulse, but when you step atop the elevated tee at Eagle Creek and admire the meandering holes cut through majestic forest, your heartbeat is likely to go even faster.
Eagle Ridge provides today’s golfer with that perfect combination: A mature course with modern features. Designed by Hall of Fame architect Robbie Robinson, the course opened in 1958 as a lovely parkland course known for its wonderfully rambunctious character, complete with valleys, scenic views, elevated tee shots, and the Credit River that runs through the property.
One of the original four founding courses of ClubLink when the company began in 1993, Emeralds Hill Golf Club is a leafy sanctuary of golf in one of the most revered natural areas around Greater Toronto. Originally opened in 1982, the course takes maximum advantage of the ruggedly gorgeous Oak Ridges Moraine.
In a very brief time, Club de golf Le Fontainebleau has developed respect and a legacy usually reserved for courses decades older. A beautiful property that mixes gently rolling countryside and mature woodlands, Le Fontainebleau engages golfers right from the first tee shot, including PGA Tour and Champions Tour players.
Only 10 minutes from downtown Ottawa, Club de golf Hautes Plaines has the most exciting topography of any club in the National Capital Region. The course climbs up and down, offering an array of elevated tee shots and arresting views. From the sixth tee, golfers can see the entire city of Ottawa. Built in 1983 and redesigned by acclaimed Montreal architect Graham Cooke, the tree-lined fairways and numerous bunkers challenge players to think strategically and take risks.
A figurative wedge away from bustling Montreal, the tranquil Club de golf Islesmere boasts a rich history. It’s a traditional parkland course that offers an enjoyable but challenging walk through the woods.
Le Maitre reflects the precision and power of Masters champion Fred Couples who, along with architects Gene Bates, Graham Cooke and Darrel Huxham, designed 18 superb holes along the Riviere Diable (Devil's River) in Quebec's spectacular Mont Tremblant region.
Located just 10 minutes from Saint-Jérôme, Val des Lacs is an enchanting site that offers a magnificent décor worthy of your exclusive occasion.
Glen Abbey Golf Club, which welcomes the public golfer and ClubLink Members alike, has been a grand stage for golf history since opening more than 30 years ago. The world-famous property is also home to the Academies of ClubLink, the headquarters of Golf Canada, the Canadian Golf Museum and Hall of Fame, and the TaylorMade Performance Lab.
It’s been said that Glencairn is the closest you’ll come to Scotland without crossing the Atlantic. From the moment you pass the stone gates and wind your way between rock fences to the majestic multi-turreted clubhouse, you will feel like you just arrived at a Scottish links.
Glendale Golf and Country Club is one of the grande dames of golf in the Hamilton region. Founded in 1919, this majestic parkland course traverses the Niagara Escarpment, presenting golfers with intriguing shot-making opportunities as it wends its way through the trees.
Co-designed by PGA Tour veteran Mark O’Meara (1998 Masters and British Open champion) and renowned course architect Brit Stenson, the Mark O’Meara Course at Grandview opened in 2001. The course is aptly named as it exudes grandness from the moment you arrive.
Greenhills is a special place with a Member-friendly course, quiet setting, and a strong connection to London. It’s where the local boy made good: London native Rene Muylaert was known for designing numerous courses throughout Ontario, but he was particularly proud to design a golf course in his home town.
At the 36-hole GreyHawk Golf Club on the eastern edge of the Ottawa, you can savour two distinctly different golf experiences in one great location.
Sculpted into the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, Greystone is one of the most scenic and respected parkland courses in the ClubLink family. One of the earliest creations—and among the most popular—of architect Doug Carrick, Greystone winds harmoniously through tree-lined hills and valleys.
As you drive down the palm tree lined lane which leads to the Heron Bay Golf Club clubhouse you can instantly feel the rush of excitement that comes over any golfer who is about to test his game against a course the pros played.
It is now the permanent site of the prestigious and historic Dixie Amateur, one of the top-ranked amateur tournaments in the world.
When the course opened in 1996 as the TPC at Heron Bay, it was named one of America’s 10 best new public golf courses by Golf Digest. Golf Magazine ranks it one of the top 10 daily-fee courses in Florida. It is home to the Heron Bay Golf Academy.
Heron Bay Golf Club is adjacent to the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Coral Springs Hotel and Convention Center, providing an ideal venue for visiting golfers taking advantage of stay-and-play packages.
In the roster of great courses designed by Canadian architect Thomas McBroom, Heron Point Golf Links, although one of his earliest, still ranks among his best.
A classic parkland course located in the heart of Kanata just minutes from Highway 417 and the nation’s capital, Kanata Golf and Country Club offers a peaceful escape for urban golfers.
With the elegance inferred by its regal name and the natural beauty of neighbouring horse farms, King’s Riding nicely brings Scottish-flavoured golf to the urban northern boundary of Toronto.
The majestic flagship course of ClubLink—and home to the company’s corporate office—King Valley Golf Club exudes elegance, grandeur and premium quality from the moment you enter the gates.
When it opened in 1997, The Lake Joseph Club caused jaws to drop around the golf world. Architect Thomas McBroom utilized the granite crags, towering trees and heaving topography of the incomparable Muskoka vacation region north of Toronto with such success that the course was named the best new course in the country by Golf Digest.
Designed by Thomas McBroom, National Pines Golf Club was third in Golf Digest’s ranking of best new courses in Canada when it opened in 1992.
The Oaks and the Cypress courses at Palm Aire Country Club in Pompano Beach, Fla., were designed by the renowned duo of Tom and George Fazio while the Palms was laid out by William Mitchell. Each provides a distinctive experience, and complement ClubLink’s other Clubs in the area: Heron Bay Golf Club, former site of the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic, and the historic 36-hole Woodlands Country Club.
All three Palm Aire courses present an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all levels of ability. From the back tees, the Palms tips out at 6,944 yards, par 72, and the Cypress is 6,810 yards, par 72. Both courses have five sets of tee decks to choose from, while the Oaks plays 6,910 yards, par 71, with four sets of tees.
RattleSnake Point Golf Club offers premium-quality golf and family activities in abundance. Featuring 36 championship holes, the nine-hole Rattler Academy Course, a state-of-the art 18-acre practice facility and a spectacular 35,000 square-foot clubhouse, RattleSnake Point Golf Club is the perfect for golf or business or pleasure.
Rocky Crest Golf Club celebrates the natural features of the Canadian Shield in Ontario’s Muskoka region and was designed by Thomas McBroom.
The seamless routing, views, marshes and abundant wildlife enhance a memorable golf course that has received rave reviews since it opened in May 2000.
Conveniently located in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ont., just minutes from Highways 404 and 407, the 36-hole Rolling Hills Golf Club provides a rewarding and affordable daily-fee golf experience.
You will find the Oaks, the Palms and the Lakes nines at Sandpiper Golf Club. This 27-hole facility originally opened in 1968 with 18 holes designed by Mark Mahanna. Ron Garl, who designed all 27 holes at neighboring Falcon Watch, added the third nine, the Lakes, in 1985.
Scepter Golf Club opened in 2005 and is the newest of the six courses in Sun City Center. Building upon his success at Club Renaissance, Florida-based golf course architect Chip Powell built the ideal Members’ course with six sets of tee decks for golfers of all skill levels. With 18 holes, Scepter extends from 4,846 at the forward tees to a demanding 6,717 yards at the tips.
Extensive renovations and a stunning "train station" style clubhouse put the crowning touches on the 36-hole Station Creek Golf Club. The transformation of the two courses, at a cost of $12 million, is mirrored by the presence of the clubhouse with its expansive porch overlooking the South Course's finishing hole.
The Woodlands Country Club was created in 1968 when its developer, Ken Behring, wanted to build a golf community resembling Palm Springs, Calif. He purchased more than 5,000 acres and built a community of homes surrounded by fairways, beautiful wooded areas, and winding streams.
The golf-shop overlooks the large driving range as well as a practice range for chipping and sand shots. There are two 18-hole courses: the East Course and the West Course.
Wyndance Golf Club in Uxbridge, Ontario, holds the distinction of being the first course in Canada designed by the legendary Greg Norman. Norman, a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, crafted a masterful routing through and around a former sand and gravel pit to create a breathtaking masterpiece. As a result, Wyndance Golf Club was named runner-up by Golf Digest as best new course in Canada in 2008.