Heron Point Golf Links

Opened 1993 in Ancaster, Ontario

Crafted on a site bounding with bold contours and natural wetlands, Heron Point is unique and one of the most challenging courses in Canada. Highly regarded by elite amateurs and professionals, it was the long-time home of the Canadian Masters on the country's professional golf tour. Heron Point offers a strong mix of heathland and parkland styles punctuated by greens both subtle and devilish. The opening holes meander through meadows and rolling hills that define southern Ontario countryside before giving way to links-style holes framed by fescue and broad-shouldered valleys. The par three eighth and 13th holes sport a lowland Carolinian look with beautiful wetlands crossed by curving wooden bridges. One of Canada's most famous closing holes, the 18th demands a heroic tee shot over a lake to an angled fairway leading to a sloping green perched on the clubhouse hill. 

Awards & Accolades

“Easily walked with some fascinating holes on great ground, Heron ranks among the best without question.”

Robert Thompson, CanadianGolfer.com