In Canada, mountains, oceans and arctic tundra form the backdrop to challenging fairways and immaculate greens. Golfers from all over the world come to Canada to discover how spectacular the fairways and greens are, and they are finding quality golf in stunning natural beauty. In the far north you can play all night under the warm glow of the midnight sun.
To the west there are some high quality golf courses around Vancouver, Vancouver Island and Whistler, some designed by Jack Nicklaus among other famous golf course designers. Okanagan is a great base for a golfing holiday, with 5 superb courses within a 30 minute drive of Kelowna. Alberta's Canadian Rockies are home to seven championship courses of various styles, though each features spectacular mountain scenery and an abundance of wildlife, including elk, and black and grizzly bears.
The east coast of Canada also have some hidden germs. Glen Abbey in Ontario is home to the PGA Canada Open and is of very high quality. In Toronto there are some excellent city courses. The Atlantic Provinces have some superb scenery and challenging Links courses right on the coast. Overlooking the north shore dunes of Prince Edward Island, Crowbush Golf Course enthralls all who take the challenge to conquer on of North America's very best with its undulating fairways, water holes, put bunkers and challenging greens.
Unfortunately the golfing season in Canada at most places is relatively short, with summer season ranging from June-September. July and August are the busiest months of the year. Off-season golf depends on the weather and can usually be at a discount.