Tee off in Ontario
Play These Ontario Golf Courses
Enjoy stunning landscapes, wide fairways, and firm greens as you golf across Ontario. From the northern reaches of Kenora, to the metropolitan areas of Ottawa and Toronto – find your new favorite course in Ontario.
1. Kenora Golf & country Club
Enjoy a thrilling round of golf in northern Ontario – play 18 holes at the Kenora Golf & Country Club. Open to the public, the course at the Kenora Golf & Country Club is a premier destination in Kenora. It's a par-72, playing to 6,333 yards from the back tees. You'll find mature, well-groomed fairways at the Kenora Golf & Country Club – watch for the water hazard on the seventh hole.
2. Thunder Bay Municipal Golf Course
Another top golf destination in northern Ontario is the Thunder Bay Municipal Golf Course. Enjoy your next visit to Thunder Bay with nine lush holes on this course opened in 1960. The executive-style play at the Thunder Bay Municipal Golf Course suits those looking for a quick outing. If you seek a full 18 holes, simply play through twice – it'll be a par-72.
3. Pine Grove Golf Club
In Sudbury, don't miss the Pine Grove Golf Club. Opened in 1967, the Pine Grove Golf Club is a short drive southeast of downtown Sudbury. Another executive course, the Pine Grove Golf Club yields stunning views of the north-central Ontario area, rolling fairways, and firm but forgiving greens. Ideal for any spring or summer visit to Sudbury, the Pine Grove Golf Club can be a challenge, as each holes features water hazards.
4. Capital Golf Course
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When your next Ontario visit has you exploring Ottawa and the surrounding area, be sure to visit the Capital Golf Course. With each of the 18 holes playing only to a par-3, the Capital Golf Course is 2,500 yards, about half of a traditional 18-hole course. It's popular among local golfers for how quickly a round can be played.
5. Liftlock Golf Club
At only 3,328 yards from the back tees, the Liftlock Golf Club is a popular executive course in Peterborough and southern Ontario. Drive in from nearby Cobourg and enjoy a quick round of nine holes, or double and play a full 18. Opened in 1960, the Liftlock Golf Club features scenic views, and is one of the premier destinations in the area.
6. Scarlett Woods Golf Course
Head west into the Toronto area and play 18 holes at the Scarlett Woods Golf Course. Many guests who stay in downtown Toronto – or nearby cities like Oshawa and Richmond Hill – enjoy the shorter course, and the picturesque scenery. Only a par-62, the Scarlett Woods Golf Course is a premier place to play for the views, value, and challenge.
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7. Don Valley Golf Course
Shoot for the course record when you play at the Don Valley Golf Course. Opened in 1956, the Don Valley Golf Course is another premier golf destination in Toronto. Drive in from nearby Brampton or Mississauga. Enjoy 18 premium holes at the Don Valley Golf Course.
8. garden City Municipal Golf Club
A par-60 found not far outside of downtown St. Catharines, the Garden City Golf Course is popular and dynamic way to spend a morning or afternoon near Lake Ontario. Typically open from the beginning of spring through the end of November, the Garden City Municipal Golf Club is an executive course – nine holes, rather than the standard 18. Play through twice for the full experience.