Canada Golf Destination Guides

The Links at Crowbush Cove golf course

Destination: Prince Edward Island

After Scotland, Prince Edward Island in Canada should be every golfer's dream destination. Golf in PEI goes way back to 1893, when the Charlottetown Golf Club opened its doors. Today, there are 26 courses, all located within minutes of the Island's main destinations. Everything from championship courses that have challenged the skills of pros like Mike Weir and Fred Couples to more forgiving courses that offer a great family golf experience.
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Toronto Skyline

Destination Guide: Toronto

Toronto is one of the world's most exciting and livable cities. For golfers, "livability" means a choice of challenging, world class golf courses nearby -- and Toronto does not disappoint. The 200 courses within an hour's drive of downtown make a good showing on Canada's list of top 50, including signature courses designed by some of the world's top golf architects.
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Niagara Falls

Destination: Niagara Falls

As the home of one of the wonders of the world, Niagara has built a reputation for first-class hospitality, along with every type of amenity and attraction one could wish for. But the famous falls are just the beginning. Niagara has also grown into a full-fledged golf destination, offering a great selection of championship courses. Here you'll find dozens of superb courses, as well as wine tasting, historic attractions, a destination casino and much more.

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Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club

Destination: Whistler

Welcome to Whistler, British Columbia, the hip mountain getaway two hours north of Vancouver, Canada that's becoming almost as popular for golf as it is for its outdoor adventures. You can play 18 holes in the morning and be mountain biking down steep trails by noon. Or ride a jet boat up a secluded river in the morning and tee off at a world-class country club just hours later.
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Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course - Devil's Cauldron

Destination: Alberta

Whether it's a business trip to the booming oil capitals of Edmonton and Calgary or a long-awaited mountain vacation that leads you to Alberta, Canada, be certain to take your clubs along for the golf of a lifetime. Alberta offers an almost overwhelming selection of more than 275 golf courses unsurpassed anywhere in the world for natural beauty, diversity and challenge.
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  • The Links at Crowbush Cove golf course Destination: Prince Edward Island

    After Scotland, Prince Edward Island in Canada should be every golfer's dream destination. Golf in PEI goes way back to 1893, when the Charlottetown Golf Club opened its doors. Today, there are 26 courses, all located within minutes of the Island's main destinations. Everything from championship courses that have challenged the skills of pros like Mike Weir and Fred Couples to more forgiving courses that offer a great family golf experience.
    ... full article »

  • Toronto Skyline Destination Guide: Toronto

    Toronto is one of the world's most exciting and livable cities. For golfers, "livability" means a choice of challenging, world class golf courses nearby -- and Toronto does not disappoint. The 200 courses within an hour's drive of downtown make a good showing on Canada's list of top 50, including signature courses designed by some of the world's top golf architects.
    ... full article »

  • Niagara Falls Destination: Niagara Falls

    As the home of one of the wonders of the world, Niagara has built a reputation for first-class hospitality, along with every type of amenity and attraction one could wish for. But the famous falls are just the beginning. Niagara has also grown into a full-fledged golf destination, offering a great selection of championship courses. Here you'll find dozens of superb courses, as well as wine tasting, historic attractions, a destination casino and much more.
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  • Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club Destination: Whistler

    Welcome to Whistler, British Columbia, the hip mountain getaway two hours north of Vancouver, Canada that's becoming almost as popular for golf as it is for its outdoor adventures. You can play 18 holes in the morning and be mountain biking down steep trails by noon. Or ride a jet boat up a secluded river in the morning and tee off at a world-class country club just hours later.
    ... full article »

  • Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course - Devil's Cauldron Destination: Alberta

    Whether it's a business trip to the booming oil capitals of Edmonton and Calgary or a long-awaited mountain vacation that leads you to Alberta, Canada, be certain to take your clubs along for the golf of a lifetime. Alberta offers an almost overwhelming selection of more than 275 golf courses unsurpassed anywhere in the world for natural beauty, diversity and challenge.
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  • Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course - No. 3 Destination: British Columbia

    In British Columbia, Canada's westernmost province, you'll discover signature courses designed by world-renowned golf architects like Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Robert Trent Jones Jr., and Thomas McBroom -- each one framed by picture-perfect scenery at every turn. Test your skills on courses that range from championship and links-style layouts, to executive lengths and family-style designs.
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  • Deerhurst Resort - Highlands golf course Destination: Muskoka

    The name Muskoka immediately conjures up the romance of a rustic getaway, a vacation in cottage country, a retreat to the tranquility of nature. With its cool green forests, crystal lakes and sunny summer weather, Muskoka has been a favorite destination for more than a century, and it has lost none of its appeal. The spectacular resort golf courses tucked away in this legendary recreational area add much to that appeal, and Muskoka has become a premier golf destination.
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