Maritimes

The following are Stanley Thompson courses in the Maritimes:

Ashburn Golf Club (1922)

Ashburn Old Course

Halifax, Nova Scotia   Ashburn Golf Club has been an integral part of the Halifax landscape since Governor General Lord Byng hit the ceremonial ball from the first tee of the Old Course in 1923. Now with two challenging 18-hole golf courses and a comprehensive practice facility, Ashburn takes its...

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Digby Pines Golf Club (1929)

Digby Pines

Digby, Nova Scotia   Digby Pines Luxury Golf Resort has been blessed with one of Canada's finest golf courses designed by Stanley Thompson, the famous Canadian architect who was responsible for such world class courses as Banff Springs, Jasper Park and the Highlands Links in Cape Breton. The challenging 18...

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Fundy National Park Golf Course (2009)

Fundy National Park

Alma, New Brunswick   A game of golf on the Fundy National Park course is a wonderful way to spend a day or a week. This beautiful 9 hole par 70 course was designed by renowned golf course architect Stanley Thompson. Located in the Headquarters area, the course is open...

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Green Gables National Park Golf Club (1938)

Green Gables

Hunter River, Prince Edward Island   A scenic, ocean-side golf course, Green Gables measures 7,000 yards from the back tees and has everything you would expect of one of the Island's top-rated links. Classic rolling greens guarded by deep bunkers, six water holes, an ever changing breeze and the dunes...

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Highlands Links Golf Course (1938)

Highlands Links - Hole No. 4

Cape Breton National Park, Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia   The Cape Breton Highlands Links Golf Course is one of a kind. Conceived and constructed under the watchful eye of world-renowned designer Stanley Thompson, Highlands Links is a classic 18-hole, par 72 links course carved out of one of Canada's most pristine...

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Lingan Country Club (1922)

Lingan Bunker

Sydney, Nova Scotia   A course was established in Victoria Park, Sydney in 1895. In 1909 it relocated to a new site at Lingan Bay and incorporated on 31 March 1911. By 1912 they were forced to again relocate and in 1913 moved their clubhouse and constructed a new course...

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Moncton Golf & Country Club (1932)

Moncton Hole 11

Riverview, New Brunswick   Golf came to Moncton at the turn of the century when two Scots brothers, Thomas and Gib Buckham, arrived in Canada as emigrants to work at the woolen mill at Humphreys. Both brothers were ardent golfers, who brought their clubs with them. Seeking a place to...

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Truro Golf Club (1930)

Truro Hole 16

Truro, Nova Scotia   The Truro Golf Course is one of the premier golf courses in central Nova Scotia. Founded in 1903, the Truro Golf Club is entering its second century of great golf. Originally a simple 9 hole layout, in 1930 the course was remodeled into a championship 9...

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