As part of the City’s COVID-19 response, indoor recreation facilities are closed.

Golf and disc golf courses reopen May 22, 2021. Games or activities that do not allow for physical distancing of two-metres and team sports are not currently allowed.

Stay up-to-date on all changes to City services by visiting COVID-19: Changes to City Services.

What You Need to Know Before You Go

  • Golfers must complete the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19 and if golfers do not pass the assessment, do not visit the course.
  • Golfers must remain 2 metres (6 feet) apart at all times to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  • Tee times will start at 7 a.m. and end at dusk, with tee times 10 minutes apart.
  • Golfers are encouraged to book in advance through the City’s website or by calling the golf course.
  • Washrooms will be made available in the clubhouses.
  • Pro-shops will be opened to facilitate equipment rentals and contactless debit, or credit is preferred for payment.
  • A family night discount is available where junior players can golf for free when accompanied by a paying adult during the weekend afternoon nine-hole times.
  • Find out more about using Outdoor Recreational Amenities and Toronto Public Health’s Guidance for Outdoor Recreational Amenities during COVID-19.

Tee Time Reservations

Tee times can be booked online by visiting the individual course page. Instructions on how to book online are included on each page.

Power Carts, Pull Carts & Rentals

Power carts and pull carts are available for rental on a first come first serve basis and will be cleaned and sanitized after every use. Masks must also be worn by all individuals driving or riding on an open-air vehicle, like a golf cart, unless those within the vehicle are members of the same household.

Pull carts and clubs are available for rental on a first come first serve basis and will be sanitized after each use. It is recommended that you bring your own clubs and pull carts if possible.

Dentonia Park

Dentonia Park is without a doubt one of the finest and most challenging par 3 courses in Ontario, good for both new and experienced golfers.

Don Valley

Don Valley offers a traditional variety of holes and has a legendary reputation for its exciting natural setting.

Humber Valley

Humber Valley's par 70 course challenges golfers with its combination of links and valley land holes, appealing to all ages and skill levels.

Scarlett Woods

Scarlett Woods is an executive-length par 62 course suitable for both beginners and experts.

Tam O'Shanter

Tam O'Shanter provides a comfortable experience for golfers to learn the game, grow their abilities and sharpen their skills.

Junior Golf

Young golfers are welcome at all City of Toronto golf courses. From family nights to memberships, the City has something your junior golfer will enjoy.

Disc Golf

Disc golf is played by throwing a disc towards a basket. It’s free to play – all you need to do is bring the disc!