Borden Golf Club has been a golfers’ sanctuary since its nine-hole course was sculpted into the rolling countryside in 1917, an emerald landscape that has expanded into a 18-hole golf complex. Circled Pine Golf Course ambles over 6,488 yards of contoured fairways and small greens. The course’s most difficult hole, the 448-yard, par 4 15th, will test even scratch golfers as they must bend shots around a dogleg left and find driftwood on which to float their bag across a creek stationed 60 yards in front of the green. After rounds, Borden Golf Club’s Players Lounge offers refuelling fare for golfers in the form of chicken pot pie, steak, and a variety of burgers and sandwiches.
Hailed for its superb conditions, Springwater Golf Course challenges visitors with an 18-hole, par-72 layout that eclipses 6,200 yards from the tips. Though it isn't one of the handful of holes to feature water, the par-four seventh stands out as the course's toughest stop. Landing on the fairway off the tee is essential here, so golfers must make sure their balls stay straight and don't ping off any flying squirrels.
Despite such hurdles, Springwater's setup makes it a good learning course for juniors. It even offers free golfing for kids after 4 p.m. on Mondays, Fridays, and Sundays, when the purchase of an adult green fee includes one free fee for a junior aged 15 and younger.
Allandale Golf Course in Thornton provides an array of golf course options for golfers of all skill levels, including pro and beginner.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Golfers of all ages and skill levels will appreciate the clean and well-maintained courses at Richmond Hill's Richmond Hill Golf Club.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.