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Yeah, grew up in a small town with a very good course and 2 other mediocre ones
Friends worked at it, i had the opportunity to aswell
I wish i never quit golf when i was 12 blah
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so i'm in TO now

Here is a list of courses I like in the greater toronto area.

- Silver Lakes ( North of highway 404). Well kept and challenging. - Osprey Valley . Links style and challenging but fun. - Angus Glen ( pricey, the Canadian Open was held here) - Eagles Nest (again pricey but if you play after 12 , its a good deal) - Ballantrae golf club ( Amazing twilight rate) - Richmond hill Golf club ( course is short 6000 yards. on weekends you can replay for free but cart is not included. Not a bad deal for $89).
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So i golfed a bunch in toronto
Golf mandarin with family friends - not bad straight forward course, would never consider being a member there, really good dimsum after actually lol
Golfed Angus glen south - really nice- stupidly ••••in hard setup that day, almost not fun
Deer creek- not a bad course - overpriced and a lot of snotty people there.
Cardinal- not a bad course just to have a nice easy relaxing low scoring round to feed the ego
four seasons - ^^^
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Not sure which track you played at Cardinal (hopefully Redcrest) but Angus is definitely heads & shoulders above the rest. How did the 4 Seasons sneak into your rotation....did you lose a bet?!?
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Are there any courses associated with U of T? Just curious.

I'm not sure about courses, but U of T has a Winter Golf Dome where you can practice during the winter, and where you might be able to play. They also have private lessons there too, but I only think this is during the winter.

If you do end up in TO again and can play with a Clublink member, go and play Wyndance. It's an absolute gem...Greg Norman design.

I'll definatly check this out, but first I need the membership.

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Are there any courses associated with U of T? Just curious.

University's usually have a "home course" for their players. I don't know if playing priviledges would be extented to regular student body or not.

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We did 4 seasons cause a buddy lives out there and he picked me up and wanted to go.
Nah we didnt do redcrest, golfed with some people who didnt want to golf a championship course
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