Restrictions are becoming less and less limiting as the days go on, the vaccine rollout goes up, and the case count goes down. That said, most people are excited for patio season, and for places like the beaches and parks to be back to normal. But, instead of just going to a patio, park or the beach like everyone else, why not try something different? For a while now, golf season has been in full swing. Honestly, it’s been a hot topic of discussion in terms of its controversial lack of restrictions throughout the lockdown. However, that’s in the past, and your tee-time is something that should definitely be in the future. There’s no better way to enjoy the beautiful Toronto summer than to put on your nicest polo shirt and head to one of these Toronto golf courses.
Here are some golf courses around Toronto that you and your friends can make a day of
Starting off with one of the more unique courses out there, the Don Valley Golf Course has the option to play a full 18-hole round or a half 9-hole one. This course isn’t the most beginner friendly, so you’ll want to maybe hit the driving range before you come play here. Nevertheless, the Don Valley Golf Course features some stunning views and is situated in a beautiful location that you won’t want to miss out on. Also, you can end your day with a meal from the restaurant on the course. That’s always a bonus!
Located at the South Eastern point of Toronto Pearson International Airport, the Royal Woodbine Golf Club can be described with one word: picturesque. This 18-hole course is in a full service golf club, with areas to practice driving, chipping and putting. The Royal Woodbine Golf Club is also not so beginner friendly, but the practice facilities are sure to help you overcome that. Although the water of Mimico Creek is technically a hazard at all 18 holes, it won’t be so bad when you snap a couple of pictures to show off to your friends and followers online.
Flemingdon Park Golf Club is a beginner friendly 9-hole course located near the Don Valley Parkway South and Eglinton Avenue East. This course is definitely a more casual one, and as stated before, it’s more beginner friendly. The Flemingdon Park Golf Club features a beautiful fusion of nature and city as the skyscrapers can be seen in the background of the trees that surround the holes. This serene enclave in the busy city is something that all beginner golfers should experience.
Located just North West of the 400 and 401, the Humber Valley Golf Course features a classic 18-hole course that you have to try. Although it isn’t the most beautiful or flashy course, you should book this tee-time knowing that you’re in for a challenge.
So, now that you’re in the golfing spirit, there’s nothing more to say. Find your clubs, message your foursome, and book a tee-time now.