Innisfil is home to 6 golf courses offering a challenge to the novice, intermediate or experienced golfer. Innisfil golf courses will provide you with the opportunity to take in Innisfil’s countryside and have a fun day on the course. Golf courses within Innisfil are open late spring to autumn. If you want a golfing weekend, Innisfil is the perfect location.
Listed as one of Ontario Golf Magazine’s “Hidden Gems” and “Best Bang for Your Buck,” Allandale Golf Course is a 3250 yard, 9 hole, par 36 championship layout among old growth maples and pines. Designed by renowned golf course architect Stanley Thompson in 1932, it is a challenging course with a low handicap while still playable for the novice. The Clubhouse is available for relaxing in following a day on the course. More information about Allandale is available at www.allandalegolfcourse.com.
Big Bay Point Golf and Country Club is a private 9-hole golf course designed in 1924 by Stanley Thompson. Narrow mature trees line the fairways that lead to Thompson's signature raised greens surrounded by grass mounds and bunkers. No need to reserve a tee time, come out and play when you are ready. To learn more about Big Bay Point Golf and Country Club visit: www.bigbaypointgolf.com
Big Cedar Golf and Country Club opened its doors to the public in 1931 with a 9 hole, 70 par course. Recently renovated greens and bunkers create new challenges for any level golfer. A clubhouse and inviting patio is available following a game for relaxing. To learn more, please visit www.bigcedargolf.com.
Harbour View Golf and Country Club is a 18-hole facility located along the western shores of Lake Simcoe. The course is challenging as mature trees, and waterways line the course. A great course for someone looking for a challenge or a novice looking to learn. Please view their website for more information.
Innisfil Creek Golf Course is a public golf course with 18 challenging holes. Golfers are treated to a Scottish style links course. The location of the water hazards and rolling fairways provides a challenge for all levels of play. The setting is ideal for recreational and corporate golfing pleasure. For more information about Innisfil Creek Golf Course, please visit www.innisfilcreekgolf.com.
Designed by Thomas McBroom, National Pines Golf Club was third in Golf Digest’s ranking of best new courses in Canada when it open in 1992. Despite its 7,013 yard length, National Pines is a great walking course that predominantly features Lovers Creek which comes into play 14 times during a round. More information about National Pines Golf Club is available at www.nationalpines.clublink.ca.