Golf is one of the renowned games played over the North American continent. Especially in a country like Canada, golf is recognized by most. Thanks to its recognition, there are plenty of golf clubs where people can play. Some expensive ones are present, giving the ultimate game experience. Let us check out the list of Canada’s most expensive golf courses.
Cabot Cliffs, Nova Scotia
The golf course of Nova Scotia is considered the most expensive golf club in the country. This golf club is already known for its expense and best field design. Still, it is also renowned for its sheer drama and scenic layout spread inside the boundary. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed the Cabot Cliff golf club. The estimated fee here is around $320.
Cabot Links, Nova Scotia
Here comes another expensive golf club from Nova Scotia. This golf club was built by Rod Whitman and made its debut on 29th June 2012. The main attraction of this golf club is the sister course. There is a 48-room Cabot Links Lodge which can be reserved by golfers coming here. The fee for playing on the golf course is approximately $265.
Glen Abbey Golf Club, Ontario
Nicklaus designed this beauty club. The Glen Abbey Golf Club has hosted approximately 30 Canadian Opens. Many professional players like Tiger Woods, Lee Trevino, Norman, and Nick Price have won in this golf club. The fee for Glen Abbey is about $240. Glen Abbey is crowned as the headquarters of Golf Canada, the Canadian golf museum, the Hall of Fame, and the Taylor Made Performance Lab.
Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club, Alberta
This golf club is spread over a land area of 7180 yards. The golf club has jaw-dropping spots like Rushing streams, my shafts, and rock outcroppings. The Canadian Gravy Browning had weaved a fantastic route in 2000, with a panoramic view of the Three Sisters, Cascade, Pigeon, and the mountains of Ha Ling. The golf club offers a fee of around $215.
Eagles Nest Golf Club, Ontario
The Eagle Nest golf club in Maple, Ontario, is considered one of the largest golf clubs in the city, with over 7470 yards of land area. This golf club is unique as it charges high weekly payments rather than weekends. Carrick made the golf club and showed excellent designs in bunkering and shaping the club. The fee is estimated to be $205.
Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club, British Columbia
The golf club opened in 1993. It has a mountain course with over 6630 yards of land. Robert Trent Jones Jr designed the infrastructure of the club. The mesmerizing view here is watching the downhill tee shot, which soars against a backdrop of the mountain peak, and the pines are an absolute beauty to witness. The fee here is around $200.
Muskoka Bay Club, Ontario
The most famous golf club in the Gravenhurst region, with over 7365 yards of land, is the Muskoka Bay golf club. This clubhouse is unique due to the critics of the narrow ninth hole, which is squeezed between the rock outcroppings. The Clifftop Clubhouse looks over the first tee and the 18th green area. The fee estimated here is approximately $190.
North Course Golf Club, Ontario
The golf club is spread over 7400 yards of land area and was made in 2001. This golf club is also well known for organizing world games – many professional players like Vijay Singh, Sergio Garcia, and David Duval. The club is covered with dunes and treacherous sod walls. The estimated fee is about $180.
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