Four Of Canada’s Best Fall Golf Destinations For Colour

Fall golf is well underway, and with that, cool temperatures and beautiful colours bring a close to the golf season. Here are our choices for Canada’s best fall golf destinations.


Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

Le Diable in the fall. Photo credit: Gary Yee

Truthfully, Mont-Tremblant is an excellent place to visit any season, but in the fall, the leaves turn colours, and similar to Vermont, they pop. Enjoying Le Diable, Le Geant, or Le Maitre is preferred in the fall against the mountain backdrop, with the colours showing off unlike any other region in Canada.

Jasper National Park, Alberta

Jasper Park Lodge’s par 3, 4th

The west does not get the same red and orange colours that the east does, but that does not stop Jasper Park Lodge from being a fall stunner. Like Tremblant, the combinations of the mountains and colours make this one of the premiere stops for a fall tour. Just be careful: fall is quick in Alberta, and in an instance, winter can arrive!

Collingwood, Ontario

Georgian Bay Club’s par 3, 3rd

The charming cottage town of Collingwood, Ontario is home to some of Ontario’s better skiing, but before that, it benefits from red and orange colours that pop. With a wide variety of golf courses, there is something here for everyone. From Georgian Bay Club, to Lora Bay, Cranberry, and everything in between. Enjoying the fall colours so close to Toronto makes this a heavy-hitter fall golf destination.

Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia

Photo credit: courtesy

Stanley Thompson’s “oceans and mountains” masterpiece is best enjoyed any time of golf season, but the precipice of winter produces some powerful colours. The assumption is the west has mountains, but the stretch in the middle of the golf course is as mountain as Banff Springs or Jasper Park Lodge, with the colouring of the east. Sign us up!


What are your favourite fall golf destinations? Let us know in the comments below, and make sure you get in your last rounds of the year before the snow flies!

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  • Andrew Harvie

    Based in Toronto, but having lived in Alberta, British Columbia, Montana, Arizona, and Texas, I have been lucky enough to see over 400 golf courses and counting!

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