Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)

TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley

18821 Main St,

Caledon, Ontario L7K 1R1

  • Office

    +1 (800) 833 1561 (toll free)
  • Pro shop

    +1 (519) 927 9034
  • Fax

    +1 (519) 927 9482
  • Golf pro

    Trevor Hay (Head Professional).

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Open links-style. Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.

  • Surroundings:

    Woodland and open countryside.

  • Designer:

    Doug Carrick
Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Yards
6810
6037
5248
Par
71
71
71
SSS or slope
72.8
69.3
70.2

At the same location:

The three 18-hole layouts at Osprey Valley are: HEATHLANDS course (par-71, 6810 yds from back tees); HOOT course (par-72, 7201 yds) and NORTH course (par-72, 7151 yds; formerly known as Toot).

Location

Latitude:

43.847019

Longitude:

-80.046365

How to get there:

12 km SE of Orangeville / 73 km NW of downtown Toronto.

TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)

4-PLUS: Must play course - excellent standard; worthy of 4½ stars.

Est. 1992

TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley is home to three wonderfully contrasting 18-hole championship layouts: the links-style Heathlands course, the "Carolina-influenced" Hoot and the more parkland oriented North course. The Heathlands course is generally the highest ranked, and is kept good company by the also well-rated and pleasantly testing Hoot and North layouts. All three courses include their fair share of superbly stylish holes.

Known above its TPC Toronto sister courses as one of the truest tests of golf in Ontario, the open links-style Heathlands course harks back to golf’s beginnings on the dune-swept sandhills of Scotland's east coast ... all that's missing here is the cold North Sea! Carrick's authentic and excellently crafted design is rightly regarded as one of his finest. He employs all the features of a great links layout, with an array of feeder slopes, mischievous pot bunkers, backstops and fairways that wind through fescue-covered mounds. The well-spaced holes never crowd each other as they journey across the gently rolling but never dramatically undulating terrain.

MOST MEMORABLE HOLE: there are many, but look no further than the opening par-5 1st ... it gives you a great idea of what's to come. This belter of an open links-style hole is played through a valley of dunes and bunkers. It gets the round off to a flying links-style start, which is happily maintained throughout.
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  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
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  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)
  • Photo of TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (Heathlands course)

Visitors

Who can play and when?

Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends, during the golf season (April thru' Nov, weather dependent).

Must book in advance.

Green fees

Visitor fee, 18-holes at peak times: weekday $89; weekend $114.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, day tickets, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].

Other information

Walking permitted. Golf carts available to rent.

Practice facilities

Excellent

Did you know?

TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (formerly known as the Osprey Valley Resorts) became Canada's first TPC facility in 2018. For all but its first year of its existence, Osprey Valley has been owned by brothers and real estate developers Roman and Jerry Humeniuk.

When the club opened in 1992, it had only one course, the links-style Heathlands. Less than a year later financial difficulties forced the original owner to sell to the Humeniuks, who operated the club as a family concern. In 2001 they added the Hoot and North (formerly Toot) courses.

The origins of the deal with the Tournament Players Club (TPC) was a by-product of Golf Canada’s search for courses in the Greater Toronto Area that would be willing and able to host future Canadian Open Championships.

Published ranking

2018/19 ScoreGolf magazine rating: 51st best course and 28th best public course in Canada.

Where2Stay

  • Millcroft Inn & Spa

    55 John Street, Caledon, Ontario L7K 0C4.

    +1 (800) 383 3976 (toll free)

    Visit website
    You can experience tranquility, comfort and heritage charm at The Millcroft Inn & Spa in Caledon, Ontario. The Inn’s blend of millpond serenity and hospitality is less than an hour northwest of Toronto. Close by are the three golf courses of Osprey Valley Resorts.
    • Golf at this hotel:

      No

    • Golf within 10 km:

      Osprey Valley (Heathlands, Hoot and Toot courses)

    • Golf within 30 km:

      Devil's Pulpit & Paintbrush courses (private).

  • Best Western Plus Orangeville Inn & Suites

    7 Buena Vista Dr, Orangeville, Ontario L9W 0A2.

    +1 (519) 941 3311

    Visit website
    Best Western Plus Orangeville Inn & Suites provides excellent quality and affordable accommodation in the heart of Orangeville. Guests can enjoy an in-house day spa, indoor pool, hot tub, steam room, exercise facility, business center and complimentary deluxe continental breakfast.
    • Golf at this hotel:

      No

    • Golf within 10 km:

      Osprey Valley (Heathlands, Hoot and Toot courses) (11 km)

    • Golf within 30 km:

      Devil's Pulpit & Paintbrush courses (private).

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