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)
12. For Public Records
Muskoka Bay Club‘s mix of granite outcrops, beaver dams and mature forest near Gravenhurst routinely rank it as Ontario’s top public course.
13. For Fall Flare
Surrounded by the Laurentian Mountains, Mont Tremblant Ski Resort‘s Le Géant course always looks good-but never better than in the fall, when the deciduous trees turn fiery shades of red and orange.
(Photo: Muskoka Bay Club)