The South Course - Angus Glen Golf Club, Markham, Ontario
Designed to be a potential tournament course, this well - groomed layout offers a diverse variety of design features that are enhanced by the natural beauty of Bruce Creek and its surrounding wetlands. On rolling farmland, where the Stollery Family horses and cattle once grazed, Angus Glen has an intriguing blend of subtle open rolling meadow holes and dramatic holes with significant elevations changes. More than 100 strategically placed bunkers add to the challenge and aesthetic character of the course.
Since opening the South Course in 1995, Angus Glen has set the benchmark for all around excellence that every high-end public golf course in the GTA has aspired to emulate. When you combine its 36 holes, there’s no place that has been consistently busier in the Greater Toronto Area than Angus Glen when it comes to hosting corporate events – in fact it is often referred to as “tournament central.”
The course has also been a popular venue for PGA Tour pros. In 2001, Vijay Singh won the Telus Skins Game and in 2002 John Rollins won the Canadian Open. With all of the publicity the course has garnered, along with its reputation for unparalleled service, the South Course remains one of the must play layouts for visitors to Toronto.
The South course also hosted the 2001 Canadian Women’s Open as Annika Sorenstam beat Kelly Robbins by two strokes for the victory.
The South Course at Angus Glen was ranked the Best New Course in Canada by Golf Digest in 1995.