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Making the Top 100

Updated: Aug 19, 2022

There are approximately 2,300 golf courses in Canada.

SCOREGolf recently published the 2022 Top 100 Golf Courses in Canada, and we're proud to share three ClubLink Clubs that made the cut.

As golf continues to shed its reputation as a sport of exclusion, SCOREGolf has made the decision to disqualify any clubs that are not gender inclusive in their membership policies from eligibility for the Top 100. The game is not yet where it needs to be on this matter, but it is getting there, and we are evolving with it.

– Jordan Bitove, Publisher of SCOREGolf

18 Holes , Par 72 , 6936 yds , Slope 141 , Rating 73.9

Thomas McBroom’s Rocky Crest, which opened in 2000, remains an excellent course and is the track that really ignited the Muskoka-area golf boom and inspired other area designs. By routing holes around and over rocky outcroppings, McBroom ushered in a new design style that has since been emulated. Rocky Crest Golf Resort's 18-hole championship golf course, designed by Thomas McBroom, has earned rave reviews for its distinctive granite outcroppings, seamless routing and log-cabin-style clubhouse. The course actually debuted at No. 4 in a 2001 ranking of Ontario’s best courses. Instagram | Facebook

Glen Abbey 2022 © Albatross Images 18 Holes , Par 69 , 6689 yds , Slope 122 , Rating 71.1

The longtime host of the RBC Canadian Open hasn’t gone anywhere yet and continues to be a great play, especially after a much-needed bunker renovation. While some of the front-nine holes are lacklustre, the valley holes still hold up. The Abbey has never looked better. Glen Abbey Golf Club has been a grand stage for golf history since opening more than 30 years ago. In 2000, Tiger Woods hit the shot of the year out of a fairway bunker on the 72nd hole of the Canadian Open to win by a single stroke. The first-ever solo design of the legendary Jack Nicklaus created more history in 2009 as the site of a record 25th Canadian Open during the 100th playing of Canada's national championship. Presided over by a superb clubhouse facility, the property is also home to the ClubLink Academy, the Canadian Golf Museum and Hall of Fame, and the headquarters of Golf Canada. Instagram | Facebook

Le Maître de Mont Tremblant © Gary Yee Par 72 , 7010 yds , Slope 131 , Rating 72.3

Le Maitre has long been regarded as the best of the handful of courses in the tourist hotspot of Mont Tremblant. It also has the highest name recognition when it comes to architects too as fan favourite Fred Couples collaborated with Graham Cooke and Darrell Huxham for this masterful layout. Played along the Devil’s River it features wide fairways, large greens and several wetland areas. Instagram | Facebook Have you played at these ClubLink tracks? Tell us about your round in the comments.

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