Welcome to Thornhill Golf & Country Club
More than a club, it’s an experience.
to read more about our green initiatives at Thornhill and our Farm to Table Approach to Food and Beverage. We use limited pesticides and preserve a championship golf course currently ranked in the Top 20 Classic Canadian Golf Courses. Our Chef practices a true farm to table approach to Food and Beverage, sourcing our meats from local farmers and our Superintendant has built our own produce farm onsite.
An escape for the entire family. An oasis in the city. A club with a classic golf course and deep connections to tennis and curling. Thornhill Golf and Country Club is all of these things—and more.
For nearly a century, Thornhill has been a leader among private clubs in Toronto.
A quick glimpse of the first tee of our Stanley Thompson-designed course demonstrates why. With a tee perched only steps away from the patio, and a fairway that sits 60 feet below, Thornhill is a visual feast and a must for any golfer. It is hard to imagine a better location—right off of Yonge Street and only a short drive from the heart of Toronto—while at the same time feeling completed removed from the city.
One of Canada’s most historic clubs—the host of the 1945 Canadian Open won by the legendary Byron Nelson, one of his incredible 11 straight victories—Thornhill’s Long Course grows more majestic and commanding each year. Crafted to match Thompson’s masterful concept, Thornhill will make you forget you’re in Toronto and immerse you in the designer’s vision where golf and nature merge.
Though the grand old game is at the heart of Thornhill, it is also more than a golf club. A four seasons club that offers a new state of the art fitness facility, 6 sheets of curling ice and soon to feature new state-of-the-art HarTru Clay tennis courts, instructional golf programs for golfers from the novice through to experienced players, Thornhill has something to engage every member of the family.
Did you know?
Thornhill was the site
of one the greatest feats
in the history of golf.
In August of 1945,
Byron Nelson won his
11th tournament in a row,
a mark that will likely
never be matched on
the PGA Tour today.
Come play where history was made and make some of your own