This article originally appeared in the May 2016 issue of Fairways Magazine and is being shown again as part of our 20th Anniversary celebration. Some courses are immediately identified by their unique clubhouses. Think of Augusta National, LA Country Club or Pinehurst. Here are a dozen clubhouses in Southern Ontario that should be well known to local golfers, […]
The ongoing battle between ClubLink Corporation and the Town of Oakville over a proposed plan to demolish the golf course and build 3,222 residential units plus commercial/retail space has pretty much run its course through the courts and various governing bodies. All that’s left is a final decision. David Lea has more HERE for the […]
This week the panel weighs in on the future of the RBC Canadian Open after Glen Abbey; judges the 2017 version; and discusses whether Rory McIlroy or Jordan Spieth will complete their personal Grand Slams.
The victory breaks a long slump of missed cuts.
The proposed development of Glen Abbey has been pushed back at least a year.
Several players will have added incentive to win this week at Glen Abbey after recent near misses; bad rounds or a stretch of bad play; and of course Canadians looking to break the 63-year old jinx.
Vaughan is one of four sites across Canada being considered for the future home of the Canadian Open.
This week the panel comments on the burnt out conditions at Glen Abbey; the PGA Tour’s double standard on drug cheats; and which of the Big 3 most needs a win at the PGA Championship.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks just celebrated a birthday and is feeling particularly happy about a lot of things, not the least of which are golf related.