Canadian Golf Holes For the Ages

Iconic symbols of our game, Canada’s signature holes are so uniquely beautiful that golfers travel from around the world to play them. Canadian Golf Traveller picks nine holes built for immortality.

Proudly Canadian: The Carrick on Loch Lomond

Toronto architect Doug Carrick’s brilliant heathland-style layout on the bonnie banks of the famous Loch Lomond is the only Canadian-designed course in Scotland.

Nine Unsung—But Must-Play—Canadian Courses

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.

Stanley Thompson: Golf’s Mountain Man

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.

Inside the Magic of Canada’s Best Par Threes

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.