Challenging courses and reasonable rates
Toronto's five golf courses are a challenge for players of every skill level. Our green fees are reasonable, with reduced rates for juniors and seniors, a 9-hole morning rate off the back nine, a twilight special for early evening players and now a Family Night every weekend! Easily accessible by public transit and open every day from mid-April to mid-November, it's easy to make a round part of your day.
Appropriate golf attire must be worn - no cut off shorts or t-shirts permitted
Toronto Golf & Travel Show
See us at the 2014 Toronto Golf & Travel Show! Drop by our booth to speak with pros about our programs, enter contests for cool prizes, and try our chipping game! Feb. 28 - Mar. 2, 2014 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building. Hope to see you there.
Explore Our Five Beautiful Golf Courses
Without a doubt, Dentonia Park is one of the finest and most challenging par 3 facilities in Ontario. It is perfect for beginners just learning the game or advanced players sharpening their short shots.
Lush vegetation and a rolling landscape present an exciting natural setting for Don Valley. Its Howard Watson design has a traditional variety of holes and a legendary reputation for its exciting natural setting.
Humber Valley’s par 70 course challenges golfers with its combination of links and valley land holes, appealing to all ages and skill levels. Accuracy is crucial – especially on the final three holes.
Scarlett Woods is an executive-length par 62 course suitable for beginners and experts alike. If you’re short on time but want a quality experience, Scarlett Woods offers an easy escape from a busy day.
Nestled alongside the Highland Creek is north-east Toronto’s premier golf course. When the wind blows, Tam O’Shanter’s links, holes and water hazards will test every golfer’s patience and concentration.