Inside the Magic of Canada’s Best Par Threes

Algonquin Golf Course Hole #12 (Image: Algonquin Golf Course)

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.

Cape Breton Golf Rides the Perfect Wave

Brian Kendall, Editor, Canadian Golf Traveller (Image: Sharon McAuley)

Like the waves crashing against the shoreline at Cape Breton’s recently launched Cabot Links, golf’s hot spots come one upon the next. In their turn, the courses of Whistler, Prince Edward Island, Muskoka, Niagara, the Laurentians, the Alberta Rockies and more recently the Okanagan Valley have all been the toast of Canadian golf. Now, for […]

Teeing It Up and Reeling Them In on Vancouver Island

Canadian Golf Traveller publisher, Sharon McAuley, with her Chinook Salmon catch

When I travel, I’m always on the lookout for authentic local experiences to mix with golf. So I was thrilled to discover that at Vancouver Island’s Campbell River, the self-proclaimed “salmon fishing capital of the world,” you can tee it up and cast your line all in the same day.

Dakota Dunes Sparks Prairie Golf Boom

Dakota Dunes Golf Links, 14th Green

Previously unfamiliar to the majority of Canadian golfers, Saskatchewan’s golf courses are suddenly as hot as a prairie heat wave. A booming local economy, native son Graham DeLaet’s success on the PGA Tour, and the fame of Saskatoon’s award-winning Dakota Dunes Golf Links has golf operators celebrating a run of good fortune unprecedented in the life […]