Wyndance Golf Club is the first Greg Norman golf course in Canada. Located about an hour northwest of Toronto, its built in and around a large quarry giving the course a very unique setting. While most holes skirt the edge or dive into the quarry, holes 3-6, 10/11 and 17 have more of a wasteland feel and are no worse for it. Indeed, some of these holes are as good if not better than the quarry holes.
Wyndance is a very challenging golf course. Playing as long as 7,600 yards and more often than not exposed to strong winds, it’s imperative golfers select a tee that suits their ability. Though the course is pretty generous off the tee it ramps things up for the approach.
After a round at Wyndance, one thing is certain, every golfer will walk away amazed by the visuals. So here’s our photo tour.
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