A tale of two nines, Rod Whitman’s “Links” course at Wolf Creek is a testament to the evolution of his architectural style.
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The new Gil Hanse No. 4 design draws parallels with the famed No. 2, but separates itself in playing style and feel. My full review inside!
One of Muskoka’s most acclaimed courses, Deerhurst’s Highlands course is a must play in an area known for great golf
One of Canada’s most historic and famous courses, Hamilton Golf & Country Club’s full 36 hole facility has something for everyone
Salmon Arm is a nice local course in the Shuswap region of BC with lots of potential
One of Canada’s most storied golf courses, Shaughnessy is a west coast beauty loved by locals and tour pros alike
An underrated desert design, Desert Forest is the original desert golf course lacking the respect it deserves
On Les Furbers best design, this Southern Canada charmer is a fantastic pseudo-desert design
Architecture geeks come from everywhere and with different budgets, but with this list, everyone can seek out architecturally interesting designs, no matter the price
Host to the Mackenzie Tour every year, Bill Robinson’s Gallagher’s Canyon weaves up and down the Kelowna topography
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“Sahallway” is the nickname thanks to the big evergreens lying the fairway, but there’s some cool stuff going on inside the tree lines at this PNW golf course