March Madness, The Final Four

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It all comes down to this. Each of these four regional champions are here to battle it out for “Canada’s Best Logo.” The winner? It’s in the hands of the people that will vote to send two of these courses to the final. Let’s take a look at how they each got here.

1. Marine Drive Golf Club

The #1 seed in the West, Marine Drive comfortably cruised by #16 Kelowna in the first round, #9 Greywolf in the second round, #5 Two Eagles in the Sweet Sixteen, and a closer match with #6 Cabot Revelstoke in the Elite Eight. The Baobab tree is actually found on the golf course at Marine Drive, representing the club well.

15. Crowsnest Pass Golf Club

The highest seed of the Final Four, Crowsnest Pass’ championship run started by upsetting #2 Jasper Park Lodge, comfortably beating #10 Lynx Ridge, taking down #6 Banff Springs in the Sweet Sixteen, and finally, upsetting #1 Wolf Creek in a hard-fought battle. This beautiful tree logo has been a sleeper pick the entire tournament… can it continue to win big matches?

9. Club de Golf Lachute (Thompson)

Coming out of what most would consider the deepest side of the bracket was going to be a tall task for anyone, but Lachute’s Thompson golf course logo beat most of the major logos to get here. The first two matches were actually the closest for Lachute, winning by 3.63% over #8 Cherry Hill and 4.55% against last-years finalist and #1 seed St. George’s. After that, the totem pole crushed #3 National Golf Club of Canada, and won against one of our favourites, #2 Frog’s Breath.

1. Cabot Links

The defending champion has had the most dominant route to the final, never being challenged on its route to the final four. Even Cabot Cliffs, the other Cabot Cape Breton logo, didn’t put up much of a fight, losing by more than 20%. The logo represents John Cabot, who discovered Cape Breton Island. Will Cabot Links defend?


Voting closes on April 8 at midnight. Make sure to vote on both Twitter, Instagram, and below! For full details, including bracket, click here.


  • 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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