12 Courses That Say ‘Happy 150th Canada!’

Canada is rich with acclaimed and wondrously scenic golf courses defined by waterfalls and rapids, oceanfront bluffs and Rocky Mountain peaks. Our 150th birthday guide to this country’s most unforgettable public-play tracks.

Kootenay Golf is a Rocky Mountain High

With a lineup that includes Greywolf and Wildstone, two of Canada’s marquee courses, the Kootenay Rockies has become a must-play summer golf destination.

10 Canadian Courses On My Must-Play List

From the mountains of British Columbia to Newfoundland’s Humber Valley, 10 top Canadian courses I’ve spent the winter daydreaming about playing.

Thompson to Robinson to Carrick to You

Cottage country golf favourite South Muskoka is a shining example of how a closely connected trio of outstanding architects—Stanley Thompson, Robbie Robinson and Doug Carrick—has helped keep the Canadian game fun and fair for golfers since the 1920s.

Doug Carrick and the Birth of Cliffhanger

Of all Canada’s signature holes perhaps only the legendary Devil’s Cauldron enjoys greater fame than Greywolf Golf Course’s par-three Cliffhanger. Architect Doug Carrick recalls the genesis of his mountain masterwork.