In the heart of Greater Toronto, The Country Club is a leafy sanctuary of golf that provides just about anything the modern player could want - in abundance.
In the rolling hills of the Humber Valley, The Country Club opened in 1965 with the East and West 18-hole championship courses designed by acclaimed Canadian architect Howard Watson. The holes were later fine-tuned by Arthur Hills, Arnold Palmer's most famous design partner.
The East Course is wonderfully hilly, provides stunning views of the countryside, and plays through verdant valleys, offering the best in strategic parkland golf. In contrast, the West course wanders through dense hardwoods beside the Humber River along rolling terrain. Both courses are peaceful walks but demand solid course management, and careful navigation around undulating greens.
As a testament to its quality, The Country Club hosted numerous prestigious amateur and professional tournaments, including the 1967 Carling World won by Billy Casper, as well as the 1986 du Maurier Classic, at the time an LPGA major championship, and the Canadian Amateur Championship.
The South Course offers a nine-hole adventure for families, novices and for working on your short game.
The spectacular and expansive clubhouse, plus spacious outdoor patios, offer magnificent views of the property. With 62,000 square feet, the facility is elegant and large enough for any event. Four meeting rooms and two large banquet halls add to its allure as a prime place to host an event - big or small.