March 12, 2019 | Lifestyle

The 5 Best Golf Clubs in Toronto

Toronto’s active golf season is coming up in just a few short months and knowing which golf clubs you’d like to visit is a great way to ensure you get the most out of the optimal playing conditions. Living in the city affords you the luxury of having quite a few golf clubs to choose from, but it can be difficult to determine which ones are actually worth your time. Here’s a list of all the golf clubs you should consider going to this season.


  1. Weston Golf Club

The Weston Golf and Country Club, also known as Toronto’s “hidden treasure”, has been offering players a memorable golfing experience since 1915. This well-maintained golf course is located in Toronto’s west end at 50 St. Phillips Road. A great addition to the Weston Golf Club is their classy venue that holds events ranging from business meetings to weddings.


  1. Oakdale Golf & Country Club

Oakdale was dubbed “Private Club of the Year” in 2015, and for good reason. This club is a triple threat offering not only a golf course, but also a tennis court and swimming pool. Other noteworthy features of the Oakdale Golf & Country Club include their elegant clubhouse and function centre that host a variety of occasions. Located by North Yorks’ Downsview Dells Park, this course has been pleasing golf lovers since 1926!


  1. Lambton Golf & Country Club

This private golf club, located on the east side of the Humber River, houses two state-of-the-art courses as well as a year-round tennis court. If you’d like to hold a social event at this club, they also have beautiful venues and reception rooms that open up to a serene outdoor terrace.


  1. Rosedale Golf Club

Located in the scenic Lawrence Park, this premier private club first came to be in 1893. Since then, it has built up a good reputation for its friendly staff and fantastic view. Rosedale Golf Clubs’ Donald Ross-designed course has even been ranked as the best classic golf course in Canada! As with many golf clubs, Rosedale holds private functions at their elegant event venues.


  1. Markland Wood Golf Club

Established in 1964, the Markland Wood Golf Club has earned an outstanding reputation for its walkable, yet challenging golf course. This golf club is located west of the 427 on Bloor Street and offers a unique trial program to potential members. There’s nothing to lose by giving this club a swing!


There you have it, all the Toronto golf clubs that are worth checking out this upcoming season. No matter which of these clubs you choose to go to, you’ll have a great time. And if you’re on the market for a luxury home to hang out in when you’re not on the golf course, get in touch with Michael Maxwell Homes.  We’ll make sure you only see the best homes out there!