Proud Host of the 100th Investors Group Ontario Women's Amateur
July 6 - 10, 2015
"Long regarded as one of the best courses few go out of their way to see, St. Thomas G&CC is truly one of Canada?s gems, a course on meandering land that uses valleys to spectacular effect on several occasions."
Going for the Green
Outstanding Golf Course: 46th in Canada
Without a doubt Southwestern Ontario's best golf course, St. Thomas Golf and Country Club has challenged many great players over its 100 year history including such golf greats as Moe Norman, George Knudson and Mike Weir. While the course continues to challenge the game's greatest players, it remains playable even for those with a less than perfect game.
Union is an 18-hole parkland style course spread out over almost 200 acres of magnificently undulating land. This Stanley Thompson classic is a 6868 yard par 72 championship golf course famous for fast greens with a lot of break to them.
I played at St. Thomas Golf and Country Club yesterday, home of Brennan Little. It was my first trip there and I was blown away, what a great track. There are some absolute stunning elevation drops and great holes. If you're going there, the No. 1 tip is to stay below the hole.
Editor, ScoreGolf.com (2009)
Get In the Game
Bring the family! We have great discounts for families and junior members. In fact, when both parents are playing members, kids golf for free. With new shorter tees on the way in 2012, and an active Junior Golf Program, we?re making it easier than ever for a family foursome to play a round together. Turn golf time into family time!
Visit our gallery and take in a hole by hole virtual tour of our golf course to see what makes Union the best golf course in Southwestern Ontario. But we must warn you, nothing compares to the real thing. Contact us to arrange for your personal tour of the course with our General Manager.
Give us a call and ask about our 2012 Membership Incentive Programs.
"charming and exceptionally challenging. Greens like those on No. 3 or No. 16 are simply not built anymore."
Going for the Green