Recognized as one of Ontario’s top golf destinations, Muskoka is home to a number of award winning golf courses and clubs. See the list below for details on each of Muskoka’s incredible golf courses. Please note: the majority of courses in Muskoka are private, member-only courses. As such, public play is limited if at all possible. Muskoka Bay Golf Club offers public play throughout the season.
Lake Joe Club
Architect Thomas McBroom utilized the granite crags, towering trees and heaving topography of the incomparable Muskoka region with such success that the course was named the best new course in the country by Golf Digest. Five tee decks stretch from 6,995 yards down to 5,081. A nine-hole Academy Course complements its big brother on the shore of picturesque Lake Joseph. Private/Member-Only Club.
Rocky Crest Golf Club
This premier Ontario golf course is presided over by an imposing pine-log lodge-style clubhouse and incorporates all the spine-tingling qualities of the Muskoka golf experience. With tees stretching from 6,936 yards down to 5,131, Rocky Crest is a delight for golfers of all abilities. Private/Member-Only Club.
Grandview Golf Club
Co-designed by two-time major winner Mark O’Meara, Grandview Golf Club makes the most of its stunning Muskoka surroundings. With tees ranging from 7,065 yards to 4,750, Grandview Golf Club, site of the 2002 Telus Skins Game, is accentuated by a stunning clubhouse and nine-hole Academy Course. Private/Member-Only Club.
Muskoka Bay Club
Acclaimed architect Doug Carrick took pockets of untapped beauty, mammoth rock ridges, and wetlands to create a stunning golf course with dramatic elevation changes and serene vistas. With tees ranging from 7,367 yards to 4,981, this captivating par 72 course combines award -winning play ability and challenge. Public Club.