The Golf Town Course Finder is your guide for detailed information on more than 2,200 courses in Canada. Whether you're looking for a new course to play or updates on your favourite, the Golf Town Course Finder makes it easy for you to search on a single source. During these unprecedented times, we've also included information on each province's COVID-19 regulations. We will be updating these pages regularly to give you all the latest information in your community.POWERED BY
The Golf Town Course Finder is your guide for detailed information on more than 2,200 courses in Canada. Whether you're looking for a new course to play or updates on your favourite, the Golf Town Course Finder makes it easy for you to search on a single source. During these unprecedented times, we've also included information on each province's COVID-19 regulations. We will be updating these pages regularly to give you all the latest information in your community.
Alberta is home to a number of scenic public and private golf courses including Royal Mayfair Golf Club, home to the 2007 CN Canadian Women’s Open. With over 300 golf courses waiting for you, Alberta is ripe with great golf options including courses designed by noted golfers such as Jack Nicklaus’ Northern Bear Golf Club.
The beauty of golfing in British Columbia is that you can play coastal golf one day and head into the interior the next for a round surrounded by the Canadian Rockies. A number of beautiful golf courses have been built in the B.C. area over the last few years including noted layouts like Tobiano and the Fred Couples layout named The Rise. A number of Canada’s most classical golf course layouts can also be found in B.C., most notably Jasper Park Lodge, Capilano and Chateau Whistler. Some of the most well-known names in golf have been involved in golf courses in B.C., including Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and The King himself, Arnold Palmer. Scenic British Columbia makes for an exciting golf destination and a must visit for memorable round.
Prairie golf in Canada is an experience all its own. Whether you are just passing through the province, or are lucky enough to live in Manitoba, the province’s courses carry a flavour all their own which may be surprising to some based on the flat terrain. With nearly 130 courses to choose ever golfer will find one which suits their handicap in this prairie golf getaway. Whether you’re looking for a private club like the Pine Ridge Golf Club in Winnipeg or a looking to play one of the many public links like Deer Ridge Golf Course in Brandon, you’ll find that Manitoba’s courses flow as endlessly as the plains that make up the province.
From Moncton to St. John’s to St. Andrew’s By the Sea, New Brunswick is yet another Eastern Canadian province with some solid golf courses. Whether you take a family vacation out east and pack your golf clubs for the ride or are heading out to New Brunswick for a boy’s weekend, this maritime province is definitely worth checking out for some solid summertime golf.
Despite only being home to fewer than 30 golf courses, Newfoundland should not be ignored when it comes to choosing a golf destination. And if you live in Newfoundland you are fortunate to have some of Canada’s best golf courses in your own backyard. For it’s size, Newfoundland packs a punch with such courses as Humber Valley Resort designed by Doug Carrick. Newfoundland is truly one of Eastern Canada’s hidden golf gems.
Eastern Canada is full of great golf courses and Nova Scotia’s many regions is no different. One of the larger maritime provinces, Nova Scotia offers a wide array of 9-, 18- and 27-hole courses. Surrounded by a number of Canadian golfing hotbeds in Quebec and Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia holds its own as a golf destination definitely worth checking out.
The choice of golf courses in the province of Ontario is abundant with over 800 to choose from Ottawa to the Niagara region. The southern regions of the province—including Sarnia, Windsor and London—hold a variety of course styles suited to every level of golfer. Canadian golfers looking to play golf during their summer vacations in the cottage country regions of Ontario, like Muskoka and the Kawartha Lakes regions should not come away disappointed with the likes of the Muskoka Bay Club and Deerhurst awaiting their arrivals. For residence of the province who make Ontario golf courses their homes for the spring, summer and fall the number of golf country clubs that they can join range in prices and types of facilities. Whether you are looking to join a club on your own and 18 holes is enough of a golfing experience for you or you’re looking to join a more family friendly club, the choices in Ontario are seemingly endless.
Prince Edward Island may be the smallest province in the country but it is one of the best golf destinations in the country. Brudenell River Golf Course, The Links at Crowbush Cove and of course Green Gables golf course are just a few of the nearly 30 courses available for play on the tiny island of P.E.I. But don’t let the size of the Island fool you—there is plenty to do in Prince Edward Island if it should become your choice for a golf destination.
Perhaps one of the top three provinces in Canada for number of golf courses, Quebec has a golf course for everyone. From Tremblant to Le Diable the largest province in Canada offers some of the most beautiful golf scenery and challenging layouts in the country.
Whether you are in North Battleford, Saskatoon or Regina, golf is everywhere in the prairie province of Saskatchewan. With many nine-hole layouts across the province, the avid golfer could play as many sets of nine that daylight will allow dipping their clubs into one of the many course layouts hidden in the wheat fields of Saskatchewan. Rolling landscapes give way to many golf courses that you will want to tee it up on over and over again.
Despite not being one of Canada’s richest golf provinces, the Northwest Territories should not be overlooked if you are looking for a bit of exotic golf. Despite having a shorter than normal golf season, the Northwest Territories is definitely one place any Canadian golfer should visit to play at least once in their lives.