May 27, 2013
The Course

The Country Club

The 36-hole Country Club is set in the rolling hills of the Humber River Valley. Two 18-hole championship courses were created by the distinguished designer Howard Watson and fine-tuned by renowned architect Arthur Hills. The tree-lined fairways of the West Course follow the winding banks of the Humber River. The East Course undulates along the valley's edge, offering spectacular views of the surrounding hills and Toronto to the south. The park-like South Course is an intriguing nine-hole adventure suitable for all skill levels. The Country Club has hosted the 1967 Carling World Championship, the 1986 du Maurier Classic (an LPGA major), the Ontario Amateur Championship, and the several editions of the Altamira Charity Challenge.

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