From the mountains of British Columbia to Newfoundland’s Humber Valley, 10 top Canadian courses I’ve spent the winter daydreaming about playing.
Nestled in the spectacular Bow Valley, the Alberta boomtown of Canmore is the ideal home base for a Rocky Mountain golf vacation.
As distinctively Canadian as the beaver and Niagara Falls, the mountain courses of Alberta and British Columbia are a vital part of our golfing heritage; living proof that, thanks largely to the genius of Stanley Thompson, nobody builds them better.
Through a magical mix of spectacular geography and artful design, Canada’s signature par threes often reflect not just the character of golf at a particular course, but of an entire region of the country.
While golfing at Whistler Golf Club a few years ago, my friend and playing partner Breton Murphy of Tourism Whistler posed an intriguing question: If I had ample funds to settle anywhere, where in the world would I choose to live? Canada, I answered without a moment’s hesitation. Ours is a rich and gorgeous country that, […]