From the forests of Newfoundland to the mountain valleys of British Columbia, a spring survey of unjustly overlooked golf courses offering bargain green fees, less crowded fairways and jaw-dropping scenery.
Take any large map of North America and zoom in on the Great Lakes. That dot where Lake Superior, Lake Huron and Lake Michigan appear to converge near the Canada-US border? That’s Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario — my hometown. We were back recently for a family visit and to check out the local golf courses. [...]
When people talk of great Canadian golf destinations, Toronto is inevitably overlooked in favour of Whistler, the Alberta Rockies, Muskoka, Mont-Tremblant and other popular resort areas. Yet Canada’s largest city can match and maybe even top them all. Found within an hour’s drive of Toronto’s downtown core are more than 200 courses, including several of [...]