Winter Schedule until April 30th 2022
Monday-Thursday 9am-11pm
Friday-Saturday 9am - 12am
Sunday 9am-8pm
Sunday nights will extend in January 2022
Unit 7, 175 Dawson Road
Guelph ON, N1H 1A1    [map]
Phone: 519-341-4512

Banff Springs

Courses - Click on course name to see pictures.

Medinah [ADDED in 2020] Host to the Ryder Cup in 2012. This Private Country Club Course in Medinah Illinois has been host to PGA and various professional events. Rated/Slope - 73.2/134

Karsten Creek [ADDED SEPT 2019] Located in Stillwater OK, Karsten Creek features zoysia fairways cut from a forest of oaks and black jacks, complemented by an undulating terrain that flows throughout the course. The back nine cascades around the 110 acre Lake Louise. Rated/Slope - 73.3/141

Cape Kidnappers [ADDED JAN 2018] This spectacular New Zealand course will challenge golfers of all skill levels. Completed in 2004 this course has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels in golf. Designed by Tom Doak. Rated/Slope - 75.4/145

Wolf Creek [ADDED SE 2017] This one of a kind course in Mesquite, Nevada, delivers the ultimate golf experience through course texture, emerald green fairways and brilliant white sand bunkers against a dramatic desert backdrop. Since opening in 2000, golfers across the world travel here to experience what is best descried as a golfing adventure. With regularity, Wolf Creek is mentioned as a bucket list course alongside courses such as Pebble Beach, Black Wolf Run and Bandon Dunes. After finishing all eighteen holes, you’ll be hard pressed to select one signature hole. More often than not, you’ll be more amazed with the picturesque beauty of the course as a whole. Rated/Slope - 71.6/125

French Lick [ADDED SE 2016] This Indiana, USA course is revered for its narrow, immaculate fairways and rugged, intense terrain. ‘Volcano’ bunkers, 3 lakes and awe-inspiring views make this course decidedly unique and beautiful. The 8100 yard course hosted the 2015 PGA Senior Championship and PGA Champion Colin Montgomery calls it ‘one of the iconic courses in America’. Extending beyond the course’s beauty is a 40-mile panoramic view of the Southern Indiana countryside. Rated/Slope - 70.6/130

Cabot Links [ADDED SE 2015] Located in Cape Breton, Cabot Links provides a unique panoramic vista and a course designed to inspire you at each and every turn. Set in a rugged oceanfront landscape, with brilliant ocean vistas from every hole, Cabot Links is indeed an authentic links course. (which constitute less than 1% of all courses in the world and includes nearly half of the best courses in existence.) It is beautifully natural, with knolls and bumps on the fairways and greens providing challenges for the most avid and appreciable golfer. Established in 2012, Cabot Links has catapulted up the ranks, ranking 42 out of the top 100 golf courses in the world! Rated/Slope - 69.1/124

Quail Hollow [ADDED NOV 2014] This exclusive club, located in Charlotte, North Carolina, is host to the annual PGA Tour Wells Fargo Championship, and boasts some of the nicest scenery in golf. This newly redesigned course will host the top golf professionals at the 2017 PGA Championship. Rated/Slope - 66.6/111

St. Andrews (Jubilee) The Jubilee Course is the longest of the famous links courses. It was named after Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee celebration in 1897. Originally intended for Victorian dressed ladies, and other golf beginners, it has evolved into one of the hardest courses at St Andrews. The course is commonly used to test junior and amateur golfers for the British Mid-Amateur Golf Championship, as well as the St Andrews Link Trophy. Rated/Slope - 71.2/127

St. Andrews (Castle) [ADDED IN 2013] Set on a rugged cliffline overlooking the ancient town, the newest course at St. Andrews combines breathtaking views with a memorable golfing challenge. Designed by David Kidd, creator of Bandon Dunes, The Castle Course won several international awards in its first year of opening and made Golf Digest’s Top 100 rankings almost immediately. Rated/Slope - 71.9/135

St. Andrews - St. Andrews, Scotland [ADDED IN 2013] If there is a single course that golfers aspire to play once in their lifetime, it is the Old Course at St. Andrews, Scotland. This original links course is the ancient home of golf – where the sport was first played 600 years ago. It remains a real test for today's champions and has hosted more Open Championships than any other venue. Rated/Slope - 71.4/129

Bay Hill - FL USA Home to the Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented by MasterCard an annual event in March, Bay Hill is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2011. With Palmer being involved since 1970 and then his hands on redesign of the 18 holes in 2009, this course was made by a pro for the pros. Rated/Slope - 75.1/139

Bethpage Black - NY USA The Black golf course opened in 1936 and features 7,065 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. Bethpage has hosted the US Open twice in the last decade. Rated/Slope - 70.7/140

Banff Springs - AB Canada Banff Springs was built in 1911 and is owned and operated by the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel and is celebrating its 100th year. Set in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, this course offers breathtaking views in addition to its challenging design. Banff Springs is also host to the Telus World Skins Game 2006 and 2011. Rated/Slope - 70.7/140

Cabo del Sol -Cabo San Lucas, Mexico The stunning Ocean Course at Cabo Del Sol is a signature Jack Nicklaus design ranking in the top 100 courses worldwide, with it's 5th & 17th holes being ranked in the top 500 in the world by Golf Magazine. Stretching along the dramatic scenery of the Sea of Cortez, this course has been hailed as the "Mexican Pebble Beach" by Pacific Golf Magazine and crowned with a similarly modelled 18th hole. Rated/Slope - 66.8/116

Casa de Campo - Dominican Republic Touted as the best golf in the Caribbean, Casa de Camp sits along side breathtaking views of the Ocean. Rated/Slope - 69.5/130

Doral - Blue Monster - FL USA - 7125 yards This championship course is home to major PGA tour events and has been for the last 45 years. Although known for its famous 18th hole the “Blue Monster” that was ranked by GOLF Magazine as one of the Top 100 Holes in the World, this course also boasts long fairways and a unique assortment of water hazards. Rated/Slope - 74.5/130

Harbour Town - S.C. USA The course is located in the Sea Pines Plantation of Hilton Head Island and was ranked as the #1 course in South Carolina by Golf Magazine. This par 71 course hosts The Heritage golf tournament on the PGA Tour. Rated/Slope - 69.9/130

Kiawah Island - S.C. USA The Ocean course at Kiawah has hosted the 2007 Senior PGA, the 1991 Ryder Cup, the 1997 and 2003 World Cups, the 2001 UBS Cup and 2005 PGA National Championship. In 2012 Kiawah Island Golf Resort will host the 94th PGA Championship, only the fourth course to host each of the PGA of America's major championships. The Ocean Course just ranked 25th in Golf Digest's 100 Greatest U.S. Golf Courses List and 4th on Best Public Course List. Rated/Slope - 71.1/133

Nicklaus North - B.C. Canada This par 71 course nestled in Whistler British Columbia can only be described as lush. The stark contrast between the valley floor and the mountains in the background will cause even the most avid golfer to pause. This course offers both beauty and a challenging 18 holes. Rated/Slope - 67.8/118

Pacific Dunes - OR, United States Pacific Dunes was rated the No.1 resort golf course in the country in 2005 by Golfweek magazine. Designed by Tom Doak. Pacific Dunes doesn't feel like it was built as much as it was discovered. Rippling fairways remain just as they were found and natural bunkers line the landscape as they have for centuries. The course emerges from shore pines to spectacular 60-foot sand dunes. This world famous championship course comprises two distinct series of nine-holes. The outward nine is interwoven among natural lakes and wetlands, while the back nine makes it way through areas populated with Angophoras and Swamp Mahogany trees. Rated/Slope - 67.6/122

Pebble Beach - California USA This par 72, coastline edged course is one that every avid golfer should play at least once in their golfing career. Surrounded by breathtaking views and cliffside hazards, this course offers everything a golfer could want in a challenge. Hosting the US Open Championships 5 times and already geared up for the 6th time in 2019, Pebble Beach is a must do. Rated/Slope - 71.2/134

PGA National - FL USA As the first stop on the "Florida Swing", the PGA National is considered a key event in the PGA Tour. While the entire course is challenging it its own right, watch out for holes 15 through 17 (AKA as the Bear Trap). These 3 holes are thought of as the toughest three hold stretch on the entire PGA Tour. Rated/Slope - 69.9/129

Pinehurst N.C. USA Pinehurst has been the site of more championships than any other golf course in USA. Pinehurst welcomes the U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open Championships in 2014. Rated/Slope - 70.8/127

Princeville - Hawaii USA The Prince Golf Course enjoys magnificent views from 300 feet above the Pacific Ocean. It’s not the scenery that earned the Prince Course Golf Digest's rating as "Hawaii's No. 1 Golf Course,” it’s the incredible design Robert Trent Jones, Jr. created to turn rolling terrain into a links-style golf course. This 18-hole, par 72 golf course climbs slopes and careens down hills as a demanding layout that calls for your best-planned shots. Rated/Slope - 72.1/133

Rich Harvest Farms - IL USA Rich Harvest Farms is a private, 18-hole, 1,800-acre golf course and country club near Sugar Grove, Illinois. The golf course is an extreme test of a golfer's skill. Measuring well over 7,700 yards from the professional tees, the course requires precision with every shot. The famous fourth hole, Devil's Elbow, has one of the most intimidating tree-lined tee boxes and fairways of any golf course. Rated/Slope - 75.3/147

Spanish Bay California USA Prior championship tournaments at Spanish Bay include the 1993 Shivas Irons Games of the Links and the NorCal Toyota Challenge. Rated/Slope - 70.3/129

Spyglass Hill - California USA The PGA TOUR®, consistently lists Spyglass Hill's holes 6, 8 and 16 among the toughest on the TOUR. With it's rocky shoreline its a spectacular sight to behold. Rated/Slope - 71.4/137

Torrey Pines - California USA Torrey Pines golf course is located on the coastal bluffs of the Torrey Pines Mesa in La Jolla, CA a Southern California coastal community. Both Torrey Pines Golf Courses are Championship 18-hole golf courses and are played by PGA TOUR® professionals during the Buick Invitational of California held each year in January or February. Rated/Slope - 74.3/136

Troon North - AZ USA The Monument course was designed by the team of legendary golfer Tom Weiskopf and architect, Jay Morrish. It stretches to 7,028 yards and is a par 72. With wide fairways that wind through lush desert vegetation, natural washes and towering saguaros. The course was listed as No. 8 in America's Top 100 Non-Private Golf Courses by Golf Magazine. Rated/Slope - 69.8/129

Wooden Sticks - Ontario Canada Wooden Sticks, architect Mr. Ron Garl and his team worked diligently to ensure that every aspect of the golf experience reflects the spirit found in some of today’s most famous golf holes. 12 of the 18 holes at Wooden Sticks were each inspired by a different famous golf hole from the PGA TOUR®, including Augusta and TPC Sawgrass. Rated/Slope - 75.4/143

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