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Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006

Canadian Destinations

Furry Creek Golf Club

Furry Creek is a golfer’s paradise. Located just north of Vancouver, the 18-hole, 6,001 yard layout is located in one of Canada’s most spectacular regions.

Glen Abbey Golf Club

Some of the greatest names in golf have played and won Canada’s national championship on this course tucked in the outer western suburbs of Toronto. Glen Abbey is one of the enduring symbols of the game in this country.

Greywolf GC

Two hours north of Calgary lies Greywolf, a Doug Carrick design that combines the best of resort golf with the natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies.

Heritage Pointe GC

With three nines, this Calgary area course has become one of the top-ranked destinations in Western Canada.

Highlands Links, Cape Breton, N.S.

In 2000, voters ranked this Stanley Thompson design as the top golf course in Canada. Here's why.

Le Maitre<

Just minutes from Mt. Tremblant, this Fred Couples design offers challenge and forgiveness while providing many spectacular panoramas of the Laurentian Mountains.

Legends on the Niagara

One of the most comprehensive golf facilities in Canada, Legends on the Niagara includes two championship courses, a nine-hole course, a 360-degree practice facility and a putting course, all just minutes from the famous Falls.


For decades, Muskoka has been a haven for cottage dwellers looking to escape the bustle of the big city. The unique natural surrondings of the Canadian Shield are now attracting more than just weekend trippers, golfers are starting to take notice as well. Developments in recent years suggest that Muskoka may become Canada’s next great golf destination.

Olympic View<

Olympic View is a 10-year-old famously beautiful and difficult golf course located just a 20-minute drive from downtown Victoria.

Radium Resort (Hot Springs)

Three hours west of Calgary, the Radium resort is a perfect destination for business or pleasure, especially with two courses from which to choose.

Royal Niagara and White Oaks Resort

The Royal Niagara Golf Club opened in May 2001 and is already earning its rightful place at the top of many “best new course” lists. The 27-hole track has three distinct nines, that snake their way through one of Ontario’s nicest natural settings.

Stewart Creek Golf Course

Stewart Creek Golf Course is a classic example of how golf is expanding in the Canadian Rockies. The new layout on the eastern edge of Banff Springs National Park is sure to become one of Canada’s preeminent golfing destinations.

The Glen Abbey Trail

This package golf destination includes four of Ontario’s finest courses: The Lake Joseph Club, Rocky Crest, the Mark O’Meara Course at Grandview, and the mighty Glen Abbey, scene of many a Canadian Open triumph.
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