6. For a Tardy Tee-Off
On the summer solstice, the latest tee-off time at the Yellowknife Golf Club bumps back to 11:30 p.m. to take advantage of the midnight sun.
7. To Let the Elk Play Through
The fairways and greens of the Waskesiu Golf Course in central Saskatchewan are a favourite snacking ground for the national park’s resident elk.
(Photo: Waskesiu Golf Course)
8. When All You Need is Luxe
With its own runway, executive suites, a posh yacht and a shooting range, Nova Scotia’s Fox Harb’r Golf Resort & Spa serves your golfing experience on a silver platter.
9. To Guard the Border
An errant drive south on the first, second and ninth holes at New Brunswick’s challenging Aroostook Valley Country Club, which straddles the U.S.-Canada border, literally lands in another country.
(Photo: Fox Harb’r Golf Resort & Spa)
10. To Walk on Water
During Iqaluit’s annual spring festival, Toonik Tyme, a golf tournament is held on the sea ice just offshore.
11. For Good Sports
Hike in the Rock’s Gros Morne National Park, cave near Cornerbrook, fish a salmon stream, sea kayak and whale watch-all within a short drive of the rugged River Course at Humber Valley Resort in Newfoundland.
(Photo: Humber Valley Resort)