Golf Canada Destination Guides

  • Arbutus Ridge Golf Course Destination Guide: Victoria, British Columbia

    Perhaps no other city in Canada offers a better combination of good, affordable golf and a downtown, with such style, such personality as Victoria. The climate, which isn't as wet as you might be led to believe, allows its golf courses to stay open year-round, another bonus. What's more, some of the province's best courses are less than a half-hour's driving from the city center.
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  • Painter's Lodge Resort Destination Guide: Vancouver Island

    When you think of Canada, hockey comes to mind before golf. On Vancouver Island, located in the southwest corner of British Columbia, that's not necessarily the case. With the warmest climate in Canada, your golf clubs spend more time at the golf course than in the closet here. And with more than 50 golf courses -- from country clubs to public facilities -- Vancouver Island is a top golf vacation destination in Canada.
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  • Vancouver skyline Destination Guide: Vancouver

    When it's time for a Vancouver golf experience, there are several courses to choose from within a 45-minute drive of the city -- and many are open year round, too. Morgan Creek Golf Course and Fraserview are among the best plays, and they are both open year round. Just make sure to leave plenty of time after your round. There are plenty of other things to do and see in Vancouver.
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  • Montreal skyline Destination: Quebec

    Quebec is rich in French history -- and golf history, too. It is the birthplace of golf in North America (the Royal Montreal Golf Club was founded 1n 1873). While Royal Montreal, which hosted the 2007 Presidents Cup, is a private golf course, there are many outstanding public courses throughout Quebec, especially in Montreal, the Mont-Tremblant region (75 minutes from Montreal), Quebec City (two and a half hours from Montreal) and Charlevoix (1-2 hours from Quebec City).
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  • Hockley Valley Ontario Golf

    With over 650 courses, Ontario is one of North America's most concentrated golf regions. But the real attraction is what Ontario has to offer after your game. Whether you swing your clubs in Toronto, Muskoka or the Niagara Region, you'll have plenty to see and do.
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  • Kelowna Springs Golf Club Destination: Thompson Okanagan

    From vineyards to orchards, mountains to deserts and skiing to golf, Thompson Okanagan has something for everyone. Winter here is paradise for snow lovers, but when spring hits (actually mid-March), golfers get their shot at one of the most beautiful areas in all of Canada. There are more than 50 golf courses in the region -- including layouts by world-renowned designers such as Fred Couples, Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent Jones Sr. -- that took full advantage of the region's lush river banks and rocky cliffs.
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