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Grab Your Clubs and Hit The Links in Brantford!

Grab Your Clubs and Hit The Links in Brantford!

Brantford is a city with a substantial golf culture. For many of us, it is a necessary part of life. In this blog we will explore the nearly endless possibilities for golfing in and around Brantford.

Brantford Golf & Country Club: This club marks a place in history for being the 4th oldest golf course in North America, being established in 1879. It was also ranked the #46 on the Scoregolf Top 100 Courses in Canada. The course has hosted several major tournaments, including the 1970 Canadian PGA Championship and the 1979 Canadian Amateur Championship. For golfers wanting a course close to downtown and who are willing to join a club, this is an excellent option. If you are interested in learning more about this private course, visit their website at

Northridge Municipal Golf Course & Learning Centre: Another excellent golf option comes with Northridge. Visible along Powerline Road, this course offers beautiful scenery to accompany a fun round for all skill levels. 18 Holes cost 42$ on weekends and 38$ on weekdays, or 29$ after 2pm daily. Memberships are also available for 1300$ for an adult 7 day plan, or 1085$ for an adult 5 day plan. The Course also offers other options such as a driving range, in case you just want to work on your swing. Buckets cost 5$ for small, 8$ for medium and 10$ for large. Unlimited Practice comes at 325$. For those who want to play a game in a location that is close to home without requiring a membership, this golf course is not to be missed. For more information visit their website at

Brant Valley Golf Club: This course, located in St. George, is part of Golf North and offers a championship-like feel through the hilly terrain of rural St. George. Fairchild’s Creek runs along the course, adding to the natural beauty. Tee times range from 22-28$ on weekdays and 22-35$ on weekends. Memberships are available for 1,100$. For golfers looking for a more affordable course that still offers all the bells and whistles, this is the best option. For further information, visit the Golf North Brant Valley website at

The Oaks of St. George Golf Club: Another St. George course, but also well worth the short drive. This sensibly carved course offers acres of Carolinian forest as well as luscious, ever-winding streams. This Golf North course is semi-private, giving the option to tee off regardless of a membership. Prices vary, but a group can tee off for as low as 30$ per person. Membership passes are available for 1,995, but a junior pass is available for 460$. For those golfers who are looking for great scenery while golfing, this course is definitely worth checking out.  For further information, visit their website at

Arrowdale Municipal Golf Course: Established in 1929, this 9-hole course has a great deal to offer fans of the sport. The holes offer a pleasant mix of urban and rural, as this course is located conveniently within the city. Tee times for 9 holes will cost 21$ per player, or 15$ for juniors. 18 holes cost 30$ and a 7 day adult membership costs a very reasonable 780$ for the summer. This course is great for those who are looking for a course that is within the city and affordable.  For further information, visit their website at

For more information, please contact Tourism Brantford at 519-751-9900.


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