TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley is excited to be the first TPC Property in Canada.
Located just outside of the city, TPC Toronto offers three golf courses for the public to enjoy. Each golf course, Hoot, North, and Heathlands have been ranked in ScoreGolf’s Top 100 courses in Canada and Canada’s Best 59 Public Golf Courses. Ontario Golf Hall of Fame course architect Doug Carrick designed the first course at TPC Toronto, called the Heathlands, back in 1991. The Heathlands course, the most challenging of the three courses with traditional Scottish links and tight fairways, was later joined by the Hoot and North courses in 2001. The Hoot course is a wasteland style course that takes players on a scenic journey through rolling bunkers and wooded shelter. The North course, formally known as the Toot, is a parkland style course that offers golfers of all skill level a delightful experience.
As of July 2018, the North is host to the Osprey Valley Open, an official event on the Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada. The event is set to return in 2019 and beyond. The Osprey Valley Open is the only Mackenzie Tour Tournament in the Greater Toronto area.
HOOT GOLF COURSE
Featuring vast yet playable waste bunkers sprinkled throughout the course, the Hoot course takes players on a scenic journey through wooded shelter and rolling dunes alike, keeping a player’s attention sharp with a rotating cast of demanding challenges and scoring-friendly opportunities from start to finish.
NORTH GOLF COURSE
A Treat For All Players
A parkland-style layout that welcomes players with generous landing areas and naturally rolling fairways, the North course, formerly named Toot, offers golfers of all abilities a delightful experience from start to finish.
While its width off the tee may be benevolent, deep greenside bunkers and undulating putting surfaces put a premium on approaching pins from the right angles, providing a challenge that rewards good shots but tests those who get out of position.
HEATHLANDS GOLF COURSE
A Classic Links Layout
Opened in 1992, the Heathlands Course harkens back to golf’s beginnings and the dune-swept hills of traditional Scottish links. Once the carefully-guarded secret of local aficionados, the course has become a favorite of those seeking a traditional golf experience and a stirring challenge that pays homage to the simple-yet-brilliant creativity of classic golf design.
The course recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, and with it, a quarter century of treasured memories and unforgettable rounds from those who now hold an affinity for Heathlands as one of Canada’s most classic golf experiences.