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 Cobble Beach, 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.
Now without any further adieu, here is the 2020 Top Canadian Golf Courses, #60-51.
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60-51 of SCOREGolf‘s Top 100 Canadian Courses
60. Magna Golf Club
Magna, the 2019 CP Women’s Open host, has long been known as one of the most immaculate playgrounds in Canadian golf. A narrowing of fairways and shrinking or removing of bunkers has made it a better all-around test.
59. Cobble Beach Golf Links
On the shores of Georgian Bay, with views of the water available at almost every turn, Cobble Beach, is simply gorgeous. The links-like design features plenty of fescue and collection areas around greens.
58. Port Carling Golf and Country Club
Large distinctive bunkers, rugged, rocky outcroppings and accessible greens make for an enjoyable round at Port Carling, a secluded Muskoka gem designed by Thomas McBroom.
57. Royal Mayfair Golf Club
A sweet Stanley Thompson design with rolling fairways and complex greens, Royal Mayfair moves back inside the top 60 to number 57. It has hosted several CP Women’s Opens.
56. Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club
Fairmont Chateau Whistler is an epic trek through tall Douglas firs in the slopes of the Coast Mountain Range. This is a Robert Trent Jones, Jr. design.
55. Tower Ranch Golf and Country Club
Jaw-dropping views from bench land high above the city of Kelowna make Thomas McBroom’s Tower Ranch a heart-stopping journey. The course drops hundreds of feet over its 18 holes.
54. Black Bear Ridge Golf Course
Black Bear Ridge is a homemade design by course owner Brian Magee and features several stunning holes through tall pines, particularly coming home. It is always in pristine shape.
53. TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley – North
The parkland-style layout at the 54-hole TPC Toronto continues to rise after years of playing third fiddle. Sweeping fairways, terrific green sites and a fantastic finish have the North Course at number 53.
52. Windermere Golf and Country Club
Robbie Robinson had a great parcel of land to work with at Windermere with the South Saskatchewan River winding through the property. The par 3s and 5s are extremely strong at this course.
51. Eagles Nest Golf Club
Eagles Nest is one of Doug Carrick’s most difficult tests with sculpted dunes replete with golden fescue lining most its fairways. The property’s high points offer views of downtown Toronto.