Golf Courses

Scarlett Woods: Escape the Office and Play a Round

Scarlett Woods Golf Course is an executive-length par 62 course suitable for beginners and experts alike. Download the course layout (PDF).

  • Moderately difficult 18 hole
  • Par 62 - 3749 yards
  • Licensed restaurant
  • Pro shop with rental equipment
  • 3 washrooms/changroom
  • 107 car parking lot

ExpandGreen Fees and Information

Type of GolferMonday to FridayWeekends and Holidays
Adult - 18 hole $35.00 $43.00
*Senior - 18 hole $24.00 $30.00
Junior - 18 hole $21.00 $28.00
**Adult - 9 hole $21.00 $26.00
**Senior - 9 hole $14.00 $18.00
**Junior - 9 hole $14.00 $18.00
Twilight $27.00 $29.00

* Seniors are 60 yrs+ and must show proper ID to qualify for the Senior rate. Juniors are 18 and under. Senior and Junior rates are not honoured before 12 PM on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.

** 9 hole rates only apply during early morning hours off the back nine or off the front nine during evening hours. Early morning and evening hours vary; please ask when booking tee time.

Power Carts

  • Adult 18 Holes: $32
  • Adult 9 Hole: $22
  • Adult Twilight: $22 
  • Senior 18 Holes: $30
  • Senior 9 Hole: $20
  • Senior Twilight: $20

Club Rentals (Pull Cart Included)

  • 18 Hole: $20
  • 9 Hole: $14
  • Twilight: $14
  • Pull Cart Only: $5

ExpandLesson Pricing and Information

Head Pro Lesson Rates

To book lessons with our PGA of Canada Teaching Professional, Jae Hoon Lee, call 416-392-2484 or 416-999-4825. Visit jleegolf.com for complete lesson pricing

Golf Clinics

Clinics are offered by City of Toronto’s golf partner, Golf Plus Marketing. Please register for activities at least one week before the start date. Payment is expected at the same time as registration. All applicable taxes are extra.

To learn more or book a clinic call 416-392-2484.

Free Junior Clinics

Schedules, hours and camp fees vary by course. For more information on Scarlett Woods camps visit scarlettwoodsjuniorgolfcamps.com . For other course camps please contact individual courses directly.

Beginner Clinics

These clinics are a fun way for both men and women to discover and navigate the world of golf. Learn chipping, putting, bunker, pitching and full swing fundamentals. Adult Beginner Clinics are $150 per person. Equipment is provided.

A new clinic starts each week and runs Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. All classes start at 6:30 p.m. and run until 8 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, and 8:30 p.m. on Thursday totalling five hours of instruction time.

Clinics begin in late April or early May depending on the weather. Future clinics and specialized clinics will be scheduled throughout the spring, summer and fall.

ExpandScore Card

HoleWhite TeeRed TeeParHandicap
1 309 278 4 2
2 167 130 3 14
3 230 195 4 10
4 127 95 3 16
5 107 89 3 18
6 155 100 3 12
7 353 317 4 4
8 161 128 3 8
9 182 147 3 6
Out 1791 1479 30 Out
HoleWhite TeeRed TeeParHandicap
10 111 81 3 15
11 262 224 4 11
12 320 294 4 1
13 118 83 3 13
14 348 317 4 7
15 255 217 4 9
16 81 54 3 17
17 155 113 3 5
18 308 278 4 3
In 1958 1661 32 In
TeeTotal
White 3749
Red 3140
Par 62

Take a look at this image of the handicaps and pars for Scarlett Woods Golf Course, colour-coded for easy reference.

ExpandLeagues

Ladies League

Membership benefits include reserved evening tee times, lesson clinics, inter-club events and a season ending championship. The league is all about participation and having fun. Make new and lasting friendships with other women golf enthusiasts as you improve your golf game.

Ladies League memberships are also available at City of Toronto courses Tam O’ShanterHumber Valley and Dentonia Park. Check with the Pro Shop for details at 416-392-2484.

ExpandTips

  1. Hole #7 - A tough dogleg left that requires an accurate tee shot to the 150 yard stake and a mid to long iron approach shot to a green well guarded by a large willow tree on the left.
  2. Hole #9 - The longest of the par three's with a deep bunker that guards the front left side of the green. If the pin is back left play to the middle of the green and take the two putt par.
  3. Hole #12 - Big hitters might opt to challenge the dogleg left and carry the Humber River.Use the smoke stack in the distance as an aiming point and make sure to carry the ball 245 yards. Otherwise tee off with a long iron towards the fairway bunker.
  4. Hole #17 - Save your best shot for our signature hole. An elevated tee shot with a mid iron that needs to carry Gerry's Pond is required. The green is well protected by a false front and a large bunker on the left side.

Five general tips to help improve your game

  1. Stretch and loosen up before playing. Perhaps the most overlooked tip for every golfer. Nothing can replace a solid 15 minutes of proper golf stretching so arrive early for your tee time to stretch out your muscles before play. Remember to enjoy the game, the company you're with and the beautiful City course surroundings.
  2. Visualize your desired stoke and the positive end result to help you stay relaxed. Your pre-shot routine: Check your grip, alignment and stance. This will allow you to picture the result of the shot you are about to play. A relaxed approach to your golf ball will keep soft hands and arms that allow your wrists to cock and release properly during your swing. Visualization provides confidence that allows you to enjoy playing in the moment.
  3. Establish tempo with a practice swing. As you wait your turn, use the time to get ready. Take a practice swing and find your swing tempo, timing and technique to prepare for your next shot.
  4. Play your ball flight pattern of that day. Every golfer develops their own specific ball flight pattern. Stay with the ball flight your alignment leads you to. Keep it simple to find consistency, experiment in practice and play with assurance
  5. Putt to the cup. Your eyes allow you to see direction, your hands control your feel for distance. Visualize the line of your putt. Look at the contour, slope and borrow of the putting surface. Then let your hands figure out the feel of putting that distance and how much you'll need to swing. Make sure you firm up the knocking knees and sink that second short putt!

ExpandFive reasons to check out Scarlett Woods

 Here are five reasons to love this course:

  1. Shorter Course with a Punch - you'll need every iron in your bag which is great practice
  2. Beautiful Scenery - a quick escape that lets you feel like you've left the city
  3. Short on Time? - quicker to play than other courses without sacrificing quality
  4. Great Value - get a quality golf experience at a price cheaper than most GTA courses.
  5. History - in 2014 Scarlett Woods turned 40! See Toronto Golf Course History