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Course Review: Northlands Golf Course

  • The latter is golf courses like Point Grey, Shaughnessy, or Langara
  • The former is usually north of the city, such as Capilano, Westwood Plateau, and Northlands, a 1992 Les Furber design in North Vancouver
  • The golf course starts on a bit of a weak note
  • At 424 yards, this dogleg left par 4 plays around a pond on the left.

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Five Hidden Gem Golf Courses To Play Around Toronto In

  • At one point, Donald Ross had upwards of 15 golf courses he either built or remodeled in Canada
  • Ontario retains three, and Roseland is the only public option (in fact, it is the only public Ross option in Canada other than White Point Beach)
  • There are Donald Ross staples dotted throughout the property, with an emphasis on the green complexes

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Course Review: Lookout Point

  • Courses like the aforementioned look out point, and Cherry Hill, are unplayable for most avid golfers, I myself basically pay as I play, but, would jump at the chance to play these courses if it were possible
  • These courses are membership run, and unless invited by …

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Course Review: Grand Niagara Golf Club

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged course review, golf course, grand niagara, niagara falls, ontario, rees jones
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Review: Redtail Golf Course

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged donald steel, golf canada, golf ontario, london, ontario, redtail, top 100
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Review: Bond Head North

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged bond head, course review, golf canada, golf ontario, jason straka
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Review: King's Forest

  • A discussion of the best Municipal Golf Courses in Canada would not be complete without King’s Forest Golf Course, a City of Hamilton course from 1973
  • In typical municipal fashion, journeyman landscape architect Matt Broman, who at one point was a disciple of Stanley Thompson, laid out King’s Forest over a hilly piece of land on the side

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Course Review: The Nest At Friday Harbour

  • Among modern golf courses in Canada, this is up there for the green with the most movement
  • The eighth is a relatively plain 206-yard par 3
  • A pond guards the right side of the green
  • Missing slightly left tends to kick the ball towards hole giving golfers a …

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Course Review: Bond Head South

  • Needless to say, they are polar opposite golf courses
  • The North is rambunctious and demanding off the tee while the South is a bit more spacious laid out over more suitable terrain for golf
  • The North is bent grass, the South is fine fescue

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Course Review: Algonquin Resort

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged algonquin, canada, donald ross, golf canada, golf course, new brunswick, rod whitman, travel
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Review: Elk Island

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged alberta, canada, course review, elk island, golf alberta, golf canada, golf course, stanley thompson
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Where Should The RBC Canadian Open Go

  • RBC wants courses close to Toronto, and Mississaugua, one of the older, more well-respected golf courses in the GTA is a perfect marriage
  • It’s big and brawny, as well as difficult, weaving its way along the Credit River
  • The back nine in particular would make for a compelling finish.

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Course Review: Jasper Park Lodge

  • Full of quirk, challenge and variety, Jasper Park Lodge is one of the most fun golf courses in the country, and that creates a golf course you could play every day
  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged alberta, course review, golf course, jasper, jasper park, jasper park lodge, stanley thompson.

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Course Review: Westwood Plateau

  • On the North Shore, modern golf courses play up in the hills, with Westwood Plateau being the most notable, once included in the SCOREGolf Top 100 list
  • The golf course opens on a relatively tame 352-yard par 4
  • Working its way slightly up the hill, a …

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Course Review: St. Charles Golf & Country Club

  • The Ontario Ross courses are well-preserved and feature a lot of character, but the Ross nine here has evidently lost some of its sparkle
  • No doubt, there are some real highlights throughout the round
  • Namely, the 3rd, second half of the 7th, and the 9th are excellent golf holes
  • With the restoration, I truly believe the Ross nine will see a

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Course Review: Goodwood

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged course review, donald steel, goodwood, score golf, top 100
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Review: Whirlpool Golf Course

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged canada, course review, golf course, niagara falls, ontario, stanley thompson, whirlpool
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Blog   9 days ago  

Canada’s Great Golf Holes: The 2nd At St. George’s

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  • Posted on 1 March 2021 1 March 2021 by Andrew Harvie
  • George’s is one of the five most-famous Stanley Thompson designs and the only one he built to be a championship style golf course
  • As such, the layout is brawny and difficult (yet playable).

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Canada’s Great Golf Holes: 1st At Kenogamisis Golf Club

  • Part of the excitement with playing small town courses from Golden Age architects is the unaltered design elements
  • With small budgets, courses are unable to ruin the design elements in the search for perfection that some of the inner-city private clubs have sought after.

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Course Review: Lakeview Golf Course

  • Starting out, the opening hole is a slightly crammed short par 4
  • At 335 yards, it’s likely less than driver for most
  • George’s, Toronto, Mississaugua, Rosedale, Scarboro and other Toronto courses, Lakeview also works around a river at the bottom of the property.

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If Canada Hosted The Four Majors, Where Would They Go

courses Posted on 27 August 2020 28 August 2020 by Andrew Harvie COVID-19 has made for a strange year bringing into question what the future will look like when it comes to our daily lives, routines, professional sports and large gatherings in general.

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TPC Toronto At Osprey Valley: A Composite Routing

  • TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley is a jack of all trades hosting events (including the Mackenzie Tour), buddy trips, day trips from Toronto and it has the distinct honour of being the only golf facility in the country to have three courses in the Top 100.

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Course Review: Okanagan Golf Club (Bear)

  • The city of Kelowna, British Columbia is a hot spot for tourism, and specifically, golf trips
  • The most famous golf courses here like Predator Ridge, Tower Ranch and Gallagher’s Canyon, are all popular choices for a buddies trips, but there’s lots of really good options that seem to fly under the radar.

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Course Review: Kawartha Golf & Country Club

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged course review, golf course, kawartha, peterborough, stanley thompson, top 100
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Review: Crimson Ridge Golf Club

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged course review, crimson ridge, golf course, kevin holmes, northern ontario, ontario, sault ste marie
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Review: Brampton Golf Club

  • courses Course Review: Brampton Golf Club
  • Posted on 17 August 2020 9 October 2020 by Andrew Harvie
  • Brampton, Ontario is known for comedian Russel Peters and singer Alessia Cara — but it would be a mistake to brush over Brampton in the Greater Toronto Area golf scene
  • Peel Village Golf Club, the original ‘Brampton Golf Club,’ sits next

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Hidden Gem Archives

  • Five Hidden Gem Golf Courses To Play Around Toronto In 2021
  • The 2021 golf season is upon us an it's time to look at the five 1 Comment
  • Canada’s Great Golf Holes: 1st at Kenogamisis Golf Club
  • The 1st hole at Kenogamisis is among Stanley Thompson’s most interesting opening holes and for …

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Canada’s Great Golf Holes: The 5th At Uplands Golf & Ski

  • This entry was posted in courses and tagged canada, course review, golf course, great golf holes, ontario, stanley thompson, thornhill, uplands
  • Andrew Harvie Andrew Harvie is a freelance golf writer writing for Toronto Golf Nuts, and previously Par Six Golf Media & Beyond The Contour.

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Course Tour: Roseland Golf & Curling Club

  • In total, Ross had his hands on twelve golf courses in the country, which is the same total as world renowned architects Herbert Strong, Walter Travis, A.W
  • Alison, Harry Colt, and Devereux Emmet contributed to the Canadian Golf Scene combine.

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Top 100 Archives

  • A look into one of Canada’s most secluded golf courses, the mysterious Redtail south of 3 Comments
  • Course Review: Kawartha Golf & Country Club
  • Kawartha Golf & Country Club is arguably the sixth best Stanley Thompson golf course in 2 Comments

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Canada’s Great Golf Holes: The 18th At Capilano

  • There are few courses in the world as idyllic and magical as Capilano and even less with a finishing hole as perfect as Stanley Thompson’s West Coast charmer
  • In fact, the finishing six holes are amongst the best closing holes in the world of golf, wrapping around the English Tutor style clubhouse.

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The Curious Case Of Quebec’s Missing A.W. Tillinghast Golf

  • Rarely, if ever, do courses just disappear, but Quebec has one that did, and it is notable
  • Anglo-American Club was designed by Albert Warren Tillinghast (of Bethpage Black, Winged Foot, San Francisco, and for us Canadians, Scarboro fame) in 1922/1923 and has since disappeared with no one able to locate where it went.

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Golf Course Aerial Challenge

  • Golf courses are a sight to see from above; wonderfully crafted puzzles working through the natural terrain like works of art
  • But people don’t often view golf courses from above — we look at golf courses on the ground as we play them.

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Course Review: Camelot Golf & Country Club

  • courses Course Review: Camelot Golf & Country Club
  • Posted on 20 April 2021 19 April 2021 by Andrew Harvie
  • PRESENTED BY: Before visiting Ottawa, I had pondered if our countries capital would have a similar golf scene to Washington, D.C
  • whereby the clubs are plentiful and represent the high society of the city with politicians and government

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VOTE FOR THE TOP 25 GOLF COURSES IN ONTARIO

vote for the top 25 golf courses in ontario Posted on 19 July 2020 28 August 2020 by Toronto Golf Nuts From the shores of Georgian Bay, the lakes of the Kawarthas, the rocky outcroppings of Muskoka or the sandy soils of Caledon, Ontario’s public golf scene is stacked.

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Best Golf Course Logo

  • We’re out to identify Canada’s best golf course logo, as voted through the Toronto Golf Nuts Golf Courses & Practice Facilities forum
  • The format is the same: a bracket of 64 golf course logos, divided into 4 regions: Pacific West (British Columbia) Prairie Central (Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba) Great Lakes East (Ontario and Quebec)

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Toronto Golf Nuts, Author At Toronto Golf Nuts

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Whitman, Axland, Cutten To Renovate Brantford Golf

  • courses Whitman, Axland, Cutten To Renovate Brantford Golf & Country Club
  • Posted on 19 April 2021 20 April 2021 by Andrew Harvie
  • Members of the Brantford Golf & Country Club have voted to approve renovations to their historic golf course in partnership with Whitman, Axland and Cutten, starting fall, 2021.

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Allandale Archives

Five Hidden Gem Golf Courses To Play Around Toronto In 2021 The 2021 golf season is upon us an it's time to look at the five 1 Comment

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Donald Steel Archives

  • A look into one of Canada’s most secluded golf courses, the mysterious Redtail south of 3 Comments
  • Goodwood is an experience like none other, but the golf course is the star of 1 Comment
  • Join the biggest online golf enthusiasts community in Canada

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Vote For The Golf Capital Of Canada

  • The golf courses are even more notable than year round weather, however
  • The private clubs like Marine Drive and Point Grey are well-known and respected, while Shaughnessy is the international juggernaut of the bunch, playing host to Canadian Opens and being world-renowned.

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Golf Ontario Archives

  • Five Hidden Gem Golf Courses To Play Around Toronto In 2021
  • The 2021 golf season is upon us an it's time to look at the five Course Review: Lookout Point
  • This Walter Travis gem just outside Niagara Falls is one of Canada’s most underrated golf 8 Comments

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Norfolk Archives

Five Hidden Gem Golf Courses To Play Around Toronto In 2021 The 2021 golf season is upon us an it's time to look at the five 1 Comment

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Lakeview Archives

  • Five Hidden Gem Golf Courses To Play Around Toronto In 2021
  • The 2021 golf season is upon us an it's time to look at the five 1 Comment
  • Course Review: Lakeview Golf Course
  • Is Lakeview Golf Course in Mississauga, Ontario Canada’s Best Municipal Golf Course? There’s a good

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LOBB + PARTNERS Hired To Revitalize Waterton Lakes

  • Their portfolio includes ten golf courses in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, including notables such as Falcon Lake (MB), Lakeview Hecla (MB), Tor Hill (SK), and now Waterton Lakes (AB)
  • LOBB + PARTNERS is an international multi-discipline practice architecture firm founded in 2016 specializing in golf development design and renovation.

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