About the Club
With 36 modern holes only minutes from Highway 404 and a charming train-station style clubhouse, golfers looking for a great member experience should make tracks for Station Creek.
Originally opened in 1972 and renovated in 2002-2004 by Paul Takahashi, Station Creek is an easy-walking parkland course known for mature forests, rolling terrain, its modern practice range and quiet ambience. The course is in Gormley on the northeastern edge of Greater Toronto.
Refurbished at a cost of $12 million, Station Creek delivers natural beauty and up-to-date features such as large tee decks, dramatic bunkering, and green complexes that are both challenging and beautiful. The beguiling 18th on the South Course is one of the most demanding finishing holes in the ClubLink family.
To warm up or sharpen your game, the practice range has everything you need: a 1.5 acre tee deck, six target greens, and a short-game practice area that includes a putting green, chipping green and a bunker.
After your round or any relaxing occasion, the porch running along the back of the railway-themed clubhouse provides a wonderful view of the 16th and 18th greens. You’ll also want to take advantage of the great food and beverage service at Station Creek, including Sunday brunches, weddings or for any event. For business, there’s a comfortable meeting room that is completely outfitted for audio and video.
For a solid test of golf, a quiet escape and an array of terrific amenities, make sure you stop at Station Creek.