Courses by Province
With over 2400 course in 12 provinces and 78 region. Over 900 of which are 9-hole courses, Canada is the third largest golfing nation in the world. The provinces of Ontario and Quebec, home to around 60% of the nation’s population, contain just under half of all the golf facilities. Mirroring the welcoming nature of most Canadians, almost 90% of all courses in the country are open to the general golfing public.
Over 300 Courses – Alberta is ripe with a golf vacation
Over 300 Courses – British Columbia
With nearly 130 courses – Manitoba’s courses flow as endlessly as the plains that make up the province.
With nearly ? courses – New Brunswick is definitely worth checking out for some solid summertime golf.
With nearly ? courses – Newfoundland is truly one of Eastern Canada’s hidden golf gems.
With nearly ? courses – Nova Scotia holds its own as a golf destination definitely worth checking out.
With nearly ? courses – The choices in Ontario are seemingly endless.
With nearly ? courses – Prince Edward Island if it should become your choice for a golf destination.
With nearly ? courses Quebec offers some of the most beautiful golf scenery and challenging layouts in the country.
With nearly ? courses – Saskatchewan rolling landscapes give way to many golf courses that you will want to tee it up on over and over again.
With nearly ? courses – Yukon should not be overlooked if you are looking for a bit of exotic golf.
With nearly ? courses – Northwest Territories is definitely one place you should play at least once.