TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley Media Centre
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Featuring three Doug Carrick-designed golf courses – each ranked inside SCOREGolf’s Top 100 Courses in Canada – TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley is Canada’s first TPC Network facility and offers a world-class golf experience for every kind of player from beginner to pro.
Opened in 1992 and later expanded to three courses in 2001, the 600-acre property is located in the picturesque rolling hills of Caledon, just a 45-minute drive from Toronto Pearson International Airport. With its three distinctive courses, each offering a completely different aesthetic than the other, it’s the kind of golf experience that keeps players coming back to experience everything they love about the game of golf.
37th – SCOREGolf Top 100 Courses in Canada
13th – SCOREGolf Top 59 Canadian Public Courses
51st – SCOREGolf Top 100 Courses in Canada
20th – SCOREGolf Top 59 Canadian Public Courses
55th – SCOREGolf Top 100 Courses in Canada
36th – SCOREGolf Top 59 Canadian Public Courses
“For more than 25 years, Osprey Valley, the 54-hole golf club in Caledon, Ontario, has been regarded among Greater Toronto Area diehards as the in-the-know place to go.” – Jason Logan, SCOREGolf
“If there’s a more enjoyable place in Canada than Osprey Valley’s three courses for fall golf, or, for that matter, golf in any season, I don’t know it.” – Lorne Rubenstein, Journalist, Author and Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member.
“Without doubt, the best three course facility in Canada (and arguably any two of the Osprey courses would make the best 36 hole facility as well), TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley is one of those pure golf facilities that players embrace.” – Robert Thompson, CanadianGolfer.com
“Whether your preference is links, parkland or wasteland layouts you really can’t go wrong tipping it up at any one of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley’s courses and a drive out to Alton (ten minutes south of Orangeville) is well worth the road trip.” – Alistair Orr, On The Tee Magazin