On the eastern edge of Greater Toronto, Cherry Downs Golf Club is easily accessible, but delivers the peaceful atmosphere of a grand and peaceful old club.
Designed by Canadian architectural icon Howard Watson, Cherry Downs opened in 1962 on rolling terrain framed by woodlands. Fifty years later, Cherry Downs is a mature course that fits the eye like a grand master’s painting, but the dense forests and roller-coaster fairways are a stern test of course management.
Designed as a homage to the greens at Augusta National, the devilish putting surfaces at Cherry Downs are its most defining feature. Slippery slopes, plateaus, run-offs and the protective surrounds will test your putting mettle.
Perfect for juniors or those looking to hone their short game, Cherry Downs also offers a nifty nine-hole academy course. Before your round, hit the range which features six target greens.
As the first course in the ClubLink family, Cherry Downs holds a special place in the hearts of many ClubLink Members for its adventure, challenging greens and old-time beauty.