The City’s golf courses open for the 2020 season on May 16. Plans for the safe operation of golf courses include COVID-19 public health guidelines. Stay up-to-date on all affected City services by visiting toronto.ca/covid19

Prior to visiting a golf course, every golfer must do the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19 and if they do not pass the assessment, they should not visit the golf course.

Tee Time Reservations

Walk on players will not be permitted. Tee times must be reserved in advance and contact information for all players must be provided. Tee times can be booked online by selecting the preferred course below. Instructions on how to book online are included in the tabs for each course.

Reduce Virus Spread

Reduce virus spread when at the golf course. In addition, golfers may wear masks at their own discretion.

Power Carts, Pull Carts and Rentals

Power carts and pull carts are available for rental on a first come first serve basis and will be cleaned and sanitized after every use. Power carts are limited to single rider unless players are residing in the same household.

Pull carts and clubs are available for rental on a first come first serve basis and will be sanitized after each use. It is recommended that you bring your own clubs and pull carts if possible.

Dentonia Park

Dentonia Park is without a doubt one of the finest and most challenging par 3 courses in Ontario, good for both new and experienced golfers.

Don Valley

Don Valley offers a traditional variety of holes and has a legendary reputation for its exciting natural setting.

Humber Valley

Humber Valley's par 70 course challenges golfers with its combination of links and valley land holes, appealing to all ages and skill levels.

Scarlett Woods

Scarlett Woods is an executive-length par 62 course suitable for both beginners and experts.

Tam O'Shanter

Tam O'Shanter provides a comfortable experience for golfers to learn the game, grow their abilities and sharpen their skills.

Junior Golf

Young golfers are welcome at all City of Toronto golf courses. From family nights to memberships, the City has something your junior golfer will enjoy.

Disc Golf

Disc golf is played by throwing a disc towards a basket. It’s free to play – all you need to do is bring the disc! Locations that have disc golf courses include: