ON-London/Sarnia/Windsor Courses & Tee Times

Cobble Hills GC
3.902 stars from 5
Welcome to Cobble Hills Golf and Ski Club, the hidden gem of Southwestern Ontario rests upon 110 acres of gently rolling terrain, which weaves its way through majestic pine forests. The property boasts spectacular views of London to the southwest and stunning country vistas of Oxford County to the southeast.
Woodlands Links GC
3.9767 stars from 5
Lush manicured landscapes, challenging water hazards and beautifully wooded areas make Woodlands Links a first choice for any golfer. Woodlands is an Audubon and championship Links course. The breathtaking course has no two holes that play alike offering a challenge for both the beginner and avid golfer.
Forest City National GC: #3
4.0254 stars from 5
We at Forest City National are extremely proud of our facility. Our 18 hole championship golf course is nestled on 275 picturesque acres hugging the southeast shore of Fanshawe Lake. Each hole ribbons its way through pine forests and around small ravines with the contour terrain providing panoramic vistas of the lake.
Rochester Place GC
3.8056 stars from 5
Belle River
Welcome to our place, the revitalized Rochester Place Golf Club and the exciting new Parkside Grille. Experience our completely renovated clubhouse restaurant, featuring a new Chef and Menu offering premier dining in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere.
Sand Hills Golf Resort
4.186 stars from 5
Sand Hills Golf Resort was established in 1996, and is located 10 minutes south of Grand Bend on Highway 21 at Port Franks Road. This exciting golf facility has 18 challenging holes of golf, an Old Western style clubhouse, and a practice facility that includes a putting and chipping green and a practice bunker.
St. Clair Parkway GC: #18
4.3871 stars from 5
Come Discover ""The Parkway"" and play the Legend!For more than 30 years ""The Parkway"" has been renowned for its huge, beautifully manicured, greens - some in excess of 1/4 of an acre! Located just 20 minutes from the Bluewater Bridge on the shores of the St.
Bridges at Tillsonburg
4.3659 stars from 5
The Bridges offers the best of traditional course style, mixing in beautiful views and elevation changes in 10 new holes that wind through a river valley. Many of the new holes have been carefully carved out of nature and appear to have been there for decades.
Hickory Ridge GCC
3.8906 stars from 5
Located in London, Ontario, Hickory Ridge offers undulating crisp clean fairways; you can enjoy a friendly country club atmosphere where the staff is committed to the quality of your visit.
Fanshawe GC
3.9524 stars from 5
Fanshawe Golf Course is located in the northeast area of London overlooking Fanshawe Lake. It opened for play in 1958 and offers diverse challenges on the two 18 hole layouts. The Traditional Course features tree-lined fairways while the Quarry Course has more of a links design.
Fox Glen GC
3.7273 stars from 5
Fox Glen Golf Club is located ten minutes south of the 401 in the county of Essex and the town of Amherstburg. The Club opened its doors in 1959. Fox Glen Golf Club is a Member Owned Co-Operative that is also open to daily fee paying players, leagues and corporate and charity tournament events.
Forest Golf and Country Hotel: #18
4.1034 stars from 5
Forest has 27 holes that provide some of the most enjoyable golf in Ontario. It's not the longest course in Canada but there's enough to challenge and entertain the top golfer.
Crumlin Creek Golf Club
3.32 stars from 5
From the longest tees it offers 6,500 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course rating is 65.0 with a slope rating of 100. Crumlin Creek Golf Club is a daily fee golf course with a 'Open' guest policy.

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Marysville GC
3.8444 stars from 5
Marysville Golf Course is owned and operated by the City of Marysville. The Marysville Lion’s Club was responsible for opening the original nine holes in 1953. Architect Don Childs designed the expansion to 18 holes and play commenced on the new course during the 1970's.
Cedar Creek GC
3.25 stars from 5
Cedar Creek's most noticeable feature is a winding creek which manages to affect shot making on four of the course’s nine holes. In addition to the water, large bunkers filled with Ohio sand have been strategically placed throughout the course making Cedar Creek a place where accurate shot making is required for a good score.