Ontario Golf Scene

  • Tangle Creek Golf Club

    Inspired by nature and designed to stimulate your senses, Tangle Creek Golf Club is a sanctuary for those who love and respect the game of golf. Strategically located to attract the discerning Greater Toronto Area golfer, this sensational new 18-hole ...

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  • Castlemore Golf & Country Club: New and improved for 2004

    After more than a year of substantial renovations Castlemore Golf & Country Club is ready to unveil its new look. A brand new state-of-the-art clubhouse has been built in the heart of the most prestigious area in Brampton. The Carolina inspired clubh ...

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  • Hockley Valley Resort: Spectacular Golf, Spa & Conference Facilities form this Jewel in the Valley

    Nestled deep within the breathtaking scenery of Hockley Hills, Hockley Valley Resort offers a truly magical and unique golfing experience. Located just 45 minutes north of Toronto, this 18-hole championship Scottish links golf course is any golfer's ...

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  • Welcome to York Region

    A great destination filled with many golf and dining experiences as well as some of the best accommodations in Ontario. The area’s rolling hills, lush valleys, and unique terrain of the Oak Ridges Moraine combine to deliver an exceptional natural set ...

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  • Mill Run Golf and Country Club

    Mill Run Golf Club is a unique, fullservice golf facility with a difference: all the amenities of a private club, available to the public. Located just east of Newmarket and only 40 minutes from downtown Toronto, Mill Run Golf and Country Club has become a favourite of Duham and GTA golfers alike. Away from the hustle and bustle, you immediately feel ...

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  • Angus Glen Golf Club and Conference Centre - Canadian Open Host Ready for You

    “These Guys are Good” is the promotional theme of the PGA TOUR. After the enormously successful hosting of the Canadian Open in July, Angus Glen Golf Club and Conference Centre in Markham, just north of Toronto, can certainly play off that theme as well. Much like Jim Furyk’s final round hole-inone that spurred a come-from-behind victory ...

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  • The Briars Resort & Spa on Lake Simcoe

    They’re not making getaways like this anymore, anywhere. The Briars Resort began welcoming guests to the south shore of Lake Simcoe during the late 1800’s. The hospitality shown back then in the Manor House now includes lakeside and golfview cottages, an inn, indoor and outdoor pools, land and waterfront activities and a state-of the-art spa. ...

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