With
golf at
its core.

Golf Course

Our course runs through the heart of our community. Meadowbrook understands this, and strategically allocates our resources to ensure its exceptional maintenance, with an eye to the future.

Over the years we have made significant improvements, prudently updating the golf course’s infrastructure through capital expenditure programs in a continued effort to exceed the expectations of our membership.

My guests who come to Meadowbrook always love the experience, and the club’s men’s league is, without question, one of the best in the city.

JOHN MARTIN, Member since 2012

Passion

Since its formation, Meadowbrook Golf Club has centered around an a unwavering passion for our sport. This passion is only paralleled by the immeasurable pride our Member-Owned golf community demonstrates for our golf course.

Easily walked, stretching to 7,007 yards and playing to a Par 71 from the tips, our golf course has challenged some of golf's best players in provincial, national and international competitions. From our 3,000 yard "Brooker" family tees, right up to the tips, and with nine sets of tee deck options in-between, there's a comfortable yardage for all levels of play.

Grab your bag, throw it over your shoulder and challenge yourself against our course, time and again.

For the avid golfer, Meadowbrook has just the right amount of challenge. It keeps me coming back to test myself against it time and again.

SHABINA BHOLIM, Member since 2015, and active Club competition participant

Practice makes perfect

To complement our championship course, we also feature a tremendous practice facility, with a full-length range, putting and pitching green, practice bunkers, and par-3 pitching area for additional short-game practice. It's a great spot for those just learning our sport to cut their teeth, or for those short on time and looking to get in a few extra swings.

Community

If you are passionate about competition, our Men's and Women's Golf Sections offer a wide range of member-only events, including weekly Men's Nights and Ladies' Day, as well as fun net and gross events for players of all abilities.

There’s a great community feeling at Meadowbrook—the social element and friendly nature of the club is what keeps me coming back.

SCOTT LAITINEN, Men’s Night Participant, Member since 2017

Club History

1960

Meadowbrook is formed as a public golf course, designed by Art Latchum.

1962

Meadowbrook becomes private. The 1960s were an era of do-it-yourself, where people improvised, and learned. The founding group of members made many improvements to Meadowbrook using their own labour, resources, and donations. This was the era when the club's foundation was laid and the character of Meadowbrook began to emerge.

1970s

Slow but steady growth—that was the second decade of Meadowbrook’s existence. Course improvements were made, including drainage and bunkering. A significant number of trees were planted during this period, leading to the course’s classic parkland appeal.

1980s

After making significant strides with its golf course improvements, the Ontario PGA twice utilized the course to Meadowbrook's improvement was recognized by the Ontario PGA Championship. Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Bob Panasik, who won the event in 1985, proclaimed the greens to be among the best he’d experienced.

1990s

Meadowbrook hosted more championships, including the Canadian Tournament Players' Championship, won by Ernie Gonzales. The club also attracted many new members, leading to a large waiting list for entrance to the club. In 1994, Meadowbrook was one of the first golf clubs to change to non-gender membership classifications, allowing both women and men the same privileges for the same price. Unfortunately in late 1997 a devastating fire destroyed a large area of the clubhouse. The clubhouse was redesigned and reopened the following June.

2000s

Under the guidance of Montreal-based course architect Graham Cooke, major changes to the championship course and practice areas were implemented. Six holes were lengthened, stretching the course to almost 7,000 yards, and aesthetic changes . Aesthetic changes were made to four holes. The club hosted the Toronto Star Women’s Amateur in 2006 and 2007. A major refurbishment of the clubhouse was undertaken in 2007, and new tees were added the following year to make the course playable by players of all abilities.

2010

Meadowbrook's 50th Anniversary season saw the construction of a new Golf Shop complex.