Remember when a round of golf took just over four hours and golf course holes were lined with trees, not houses?
Among private golf courses in the GTA, Cedar Brae Golf Club is recognized for its large, well maintained putting surfaces. It would also be impossible to play a round without being struck by the natural beauty and serenity of the natural surroundings of the Rouge River Valley. Amid rolling hills, hardwood forests and tranquil streams lies a mature and challenging golf course.
Cedar Brae’s picturesque fairways, adjacent to the Rouge River, is one more reason to take advantage of our exceptional golf course membership. Check out our Hole by Hole tour page to see photos and descriptions of all our championship holes.
In addition to our award-winning golf course, we offer perfectly manicured and colourful gardens and one of the best golf practice facilities in Southern Ontario. A 300+ yard driving range with seven target greens and plenty of grass teeing ground is available to hone your skills. You can also take advantage of our many additional golf practice facilities, including a chipping area, putting green, and practice bunker – virtually everything you need to take your golf game to the next level.
Canadian Golf Association’s Young Player Development Program. He is a professional player with the Canadian Professional Golf Association and a resident golf coach at Cedar Brae Golf Club in Toronto. Shao Wenqin is the first Chinese in Canada to receive a professional golf coach, and the first Chinese in Canada to win a national (level 3) golf referee. Over the past 5 years, he has trained more than 100 young golfers and organized their youth golf training activities organized by the Canadian Golf Association, including basic golf skills training, golf skills challenges and promotional activities for junior golf activities in high schools. Among them are more than 10 outstanding young players who have participated in several golf tournaments organized by the Ontario, Queanbeyan and Ottawa Regional Golf Associations and have finished second and third. He is also a veteran Canadian golf national (Level 3) golf referee. He has served as a referee for national and provincial golf tournaments organized by the Canadian Golf Association, the Ontario Golf Association, the Queanbely Golf Association and the Ottawa Regional Golf Association. He also refereed the Ottawa-area Junior Spring Championships at Pine View and Gatineau Golf Club in Ottawa from June 8 to 9, 2019.