The wait is finally over. SCOREGolf’s Top 100 Canadian Golf Courses is the most authoritative ranking in Canada and has been igniting debates every two years since 1988.
In celebration of SCOREGolf’s Top 100 Golf Courses Ranking, we recently hosted Canada’s Top 100 Golf Giveaway, where we gave away a prize pack which included a foursome to Mad River, four $50 Golf Town gift cards and four dozen Wilson Duo Soft+ golf balls! With thousands of entries from coast-to-coast, we want to thank everyone that entered.
In celebration of this year’s SCOREGolf’s Top 100 Canadian Golf Courses ranking, we will be hosting Canada’s Top 100 Giveaway where we will be giving away a prize pack with each release, which includes a foursome to one of the courses below, four $50 Golf Town gift cards and four dozen Wilson Duo Soft+ golf balls for your foursome! Check out our Facebook Page tomorrow at 8am ET for your chance to enter. For full contest rules, click here.
Now without any further adieu, here is the 2020 Top Canadian Golf Courses, #50-41.
Check out our previous post in the countdown:
50-41 of SCOREGolf‘s Top 100 Canadian Courses
50. Glencoe Golf Club – Forest
The Forest Course at Glencoe is an arduous tee-to-green examination. An abundance of bunkering and raised, difficult putting surfaces, do a great job of protecting par at this course.
49. Essex Golf and Country Club
An elegant Donald Ross design near Windsor, Ontario, Essex boasts an amazing set of green complexes that add definition and intrigue to a mostly flat property.
48. Georgian Bay Golf Club
Roomy fairways, large greens, drop-shot holes and stunning views of the body of water for which it is named make Georgian Bay a super fun course to play.
47. Mississaugua Golf and Country Club
Mississaugua has had numerous architects contribute to what it is today, but originally it was a collaboration between Stanley Thompson and George Cumming. The Credit River snakes its way through this past Canadian Open host.
46. The Royal Montreal Golf Club – Blue
Designed in 1958 by Dick Wilson and revamped by Rees Jones ahead of the 2007 Presidents Cup, the Blue Course at Royal Montreal offers raised, multi-tiered greens and an exciting back-nine finish.
45. Mad River Golf Club
The late Bob Cupp had great sites for his few Canadian courses with Mad River a prime example. Cupp puts your game to the test on a few holes at Mad River but offers you room to maneuver and have fun.
44. Le Club Laval-Sur-Le-Lac – Blue
Mike Weir and Ian Andrew rebuilt the formerly mis-matched Blue Course at Laval-sur-le-Lac, turning it into a sensational design with sloping greens and surrounds.
43. Cherry Hill Club
Cherry Hill, a Walter J. Travis design, is a study in subtlety. The land on which it sits isn’t as dynamic as others on this list but its holes are strategic sensations with excellent bunkers and terrific greens.
42. Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club – South, West
Renovated by Michael Hurdzan, the South and West nines at Ottawa Hunt have really impressed panellists given the movement and flow of their land. The course was also a big hit with players at the 2017 CP Women’s Open.
41. Calgary Golf and Country Club
On billowing property beside the Elbow River, Calgary Country Club is a rollicking good time with one of the best 18th holes in Canada. Willie Park, Jr., designed this course.