clubhouse and flag
clubhouse and flag

The Toronto Golf Club

Welcome to our golf club, open only to members, where a classic clubhouse, a restored Colt course, and a culture of respect is showcased. The Toronto Golf Club's winding road honours the past and leads to the future.

Esteemed Culture & Tradition The Heritage

The Toronto Golf Club, founded in 1876, is one of the oldest golf clubs in North America. It began as a small, informal group playing on farmland and later purchased the Fernhill property, incorporating and constructing its first clubhouse in 1894. Over the years, it expanded its course, changed locations, and celebrated significant milestones, such as its centennial in 1976 and the 100th Anniversary of the Colt Course in 2012, marking a rich history of tradition and evolution.

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golf green with sand traps around it
golf green with sand traps around it
Golf at The Toronto Golf Club

Established in 1876, The Toronto Golf Club is the third oldest golf club in North America. It relocated to its current site in 1911, where it enlisted the renowned golf architect H.S. Colt to design the course, and it has since hosted the Canadian Open five times and the Canadian Amateur Championship nine times, solidifying its place in golf history.