With the warm weather finally here, there’s no better way to enjoy the beautiful outdoors than by spending the day at one of Etobicoke’s many picturesque golf courses. Take a look at five golf courses that are all close by Valhalla Town Square.
Royal Woodbine Golf Course
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Nestled in the Mimico Creek Valley, Royal Woodbine Golf Club is conveniently located only minutes from downtown Toronto. Its central location makes it easy to take a break from busy life in the city and you can tee off while enjoying the stunning water and next to the green landscape.
St. George’s Golf & Country Club
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Ranked as one of the world’s finest golf courses, St. George’s Golf and Country Club offers an impeccable golfing experience with a beautifully maintained green, lined by lush trees. When you’re a member of the club, you can also enjoy a multitude of amenities when you’re off the course, including fitness classes, lounges, dining and more.
Weston Golf & Country Club
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Initially a four-hole golf course opened by four friends in 1909, the Weston Golf and Country Club has since grown to a beautiful and sprawling 18-hole estate just west of the Humber River. It has also been the host of numerous prominent sporting events, including the Canadian Open in 1995.
Lambton Golf & Country Club
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Newly redesigned by world-class golf architect Rees Jones, best known for designing US open venues, Lambton Golf and Country Club is home to a picturesque course to say the least. Beautiful waterways and lush foliage make it the perfect place to escape and unwind.
Islington Golf Club
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Rich in history, Islington Golf Club was founded in 1923 and built by renowned architect Stanley Thompson who designed over 145 courses all over the world. The beautiful 6,500 yards of greenery also features Mimico Creek, which windes its way through the tree-lined fairways.