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Weston Golf and Country Club

Those looking for a superb private golf course within easy driving distance from anywhere in the Greater Toronto Area will be pleasantly surprised to find this beautiful urban golf course so accessible. Located on the banks of the Humber River, the rolling land makes it an ideal location to put eighteen of the finest golf holes to be found anywhere.

With lightning fast greens and close-cropped fairways, Weston Golf and Country Club is a wonderful test of golf. Ranked as one of Canada’s most challenging and enjoyable places to play, Weston was designed by the famed golden era architect Willie Park Jr. and built on the Humber River.

Since 1915, a Toronto hidden treasure has remained true to its original inspiration. 

Weston is the site of Arnold Palmer's first PGA Tour win at the 1955 Canadian Open. 

Raymond Floyd said during the Skins Game in 1990 that Weston has the best greens north of Augusta. 

Come and see for yourself!

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Weston Golf & Country Club in the News

Score Golf Celebrates Weston as #31 in the 2022 Top 100.

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Weston Golf & Country Club in Toronto, Canada, has appointed Andy Staples as its new consulting golf course architect.

The club’s course was designed in 1920 by Willie Park Jr. Staples – who has worked on Park designs at Olympia Fields (North) in Chicago and Meadowbrook in Michigan and has recently been hired by Canadian club Mount Bruno to create a plan for its Park layout – will reference Park’s original, recently discovered, plans to develop his own master plan that will guide the club’s work on the course over the coming years.

Golf Talk Canada - Season 12 - Episode 18

On this week's show, Mark Zecchino, Bob Weeks and Adam Scully are live on location at Weston Golf Club for Golf Canada media day! We're joining by Canadian legend Lorie Kane! Plus, we recap the latest in the golf world and have a huge RBC Canadian Open announcement.

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