March Madness Logos: First Four Matchups & Voting

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Our March Madness Voting is live! Voting will be tallied up on our Instagram, Twitter, and the voting stations below. For our First Four, voting closed March 15 at midnight, EST.

For more details, including the entire bracket, click here.

British Columbia Bracket

Both of these iconic clubs and Top 100 golf courses feature a similar Evergreen, highlighting the trees that play a part in both of their famous layouts. The choice is yours: which version of this Pacific Northwest tree do you like the most?

Prairies Bracket

The prairies bracket features similar animals. Miskanaw Golf Club draws inspiration from the northern terrain of Fort McMurray, calling to the fox to fly the flag of their golf course. At Lynx Ridge, to no surprise, a Lynx represents this Calgary golf course. Which is better?

Great Lakes Bracket

Two Québécois golf courses face off in the First Four, with Le Diable representing a cartoon devil stealing a flag, while Rivermead calls to a more classic crest and golf clubs logo. A modern vs classic rendition in the First Four: what is a better logo?

Maritimes Bracket

The two courses at Clovelly Golf Course near St. John’s, Newfoundland are the “Osprey” and “Duck,” and in their logo, the Osprey represents the club. Chester, on the other hand, calls to their seaside location, located on Mahone Bay bleeding into the Atlantic Ocean. What’s a better Maritime logo?


  • 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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