Canada is one of the countries with the highest proportion of the population playing golf. Running from Vancouver Island to Newfoundland and everything in between makes Canada very interesting to explore. Consequently, the country has many golf courses that try as much as possible to outdo each other in terms of impressing golfers with their environment and structures.
This article highlights some of the best courses found in Canada.
Fairmont Banff Springs
This golf course was put up in 1928 to have one of the best backdrops globally. The beautiful Rocky Mountains surround the course. It is a 27-hole course, and it keeps amazing amateurs and professionals due to its fancy layout.
Cabot Links Course
Just from the name, every hole in Cabot Links offers an ocean view and five of the holes in the course play directly adjacent to the beach. The course has 18 holes, which are designed in a manner that allows walking alongside a local caddie, whose main role is to know everything about the course’s history and intricacies. The Cabot Links Golf Course is a prestigious resort with an architecture that looks out to the green golf, through the ocean and beyond.
Big Sky Golf Club
Opened in 1994, Big Sky Club is known as the top-rated in the country’s top-rated golfing destination. The golf course is surrounded by Big Sky’s mountain and lush green, which make it one of the pathogenic golf courses in Canada.
Bear Mountain Resort
Bear Mountain Resort is a premier golfing destination in the country with 36 holes. Golfers have an opportunity to choose between the most serene Valley and challenging Mountain courses.
Though the list is not exhaustive, it is undeniable that Canada, with its mountainous areas, cutting through the rolling mixed forests and the gorgeous coastlines, is just pretty for golf courses.