This course is a great choice for new and experienced golfers.
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|Type of Golfer||Monday to Friday||Weekends and Holidays|
|Adult – 18 Hole||$57.95||$66.76|
|*Senior – 18 Hole||$39.70||$44.97|
|*Junior – 18 Hole||$34.01||$37.80|
|**Adult – 9 Hole||$32.71||$36.53|
|**Senior – 9 Hole||$22.50||$26.45|
|**Junior – 9 Hole||$22.50||$26.45|
* Seniors are 60 yrs+ and must show proper identification to qualify for the Senior rate. Juniors are 18 and under. Senior and Junior rates are not honoured before 12 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.
** 9 hole rates only apply during early morning hours off the back nine or off the front nine during evening hours. Early morning and evening hours vary; please ask when booking tee time.
All taxes are included. A security deposit is required to rent.
Maximum two carts per group.
The SoloRider golf cart is available to mobility-impaired golfers free of charge.
The SoloRider is equipped with an elevating 350-degree swivel seat that allows players to tee off, play from the fairway and putt, while also allowing them to travel onto the greens and even into sand traps, due to its turf-friendly designed tires.
SoloRider booking is limited. Check with the pro-shop.
Tee times can be booked up to five days in advance. Reservations start at 8 a.m.
Parks, Forestry and Recreation collects personal information on this form under the legal authority of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, section 136(c) and Item PE20.1, City Council Decision 1, as confirmed by the City of Toronto By-law 640-2013. The information will be used to reserve bookings at City of Toronto golf courses, communicate with you regarding this booking, cancellations or no shows, communicate to inform about our future golf seasons and aggregate statistical reporting. Questions about this collection can be directed to the Manager, Parks Scarborough District & Golf Courses, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, 101 Ridgetop Road, Toronto Ontario, M1P 4W9, by telephone at 416-397-9204 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Book Online at Humber Valley Golf Course
You can also book by calling 416-392-2488.
Book a lesson with our PGA of Canada Head Professional, Michael Dale by calling 416-397-9850.
Lessons are 45 minutes
Juniors (18 years of age and under) get a 20 per cent discount.
Clinics are offered by City of Toronto’s golf partner, Golf Plus Marketing. Please register for activities at least one week before the start date.
Four one-hour classes:
Equipment is included.
Payment is expected at the same time as registration. All applicable taxes are extra.
Future clinics and specialized clinics will be scheduled throughout the spring, summer and fall. Call 416-397-9850 for updates.
Membership benefits include reserved evening tee times, lesson clinics, inter-club events and a season-ending championship. The league is all about participation and having fun. Make new and lasting friendships with other women golf enthusiasts as you improve your golf game.
Women’s League memberships are also available at City of Toronto courses Tam O’Shanter, Dentonia and Scarlett Woods. Check with the Pro Shop for details at 416-392-2558
Fling golf is played on a golf course with a fling stick and a golf ball. It’s scored the same way as golf, without having to carry clubs.
Tee time booking is limited. Check with the pro-shop.
Fling Golf is also available at Dentonia, Scarlett Woods and Tam O’Shanter.
Until the mid-1950s the name Humber Valley Golf Course referred to a semi-private golf course located on the west bank of the Humber River from the Humber Sewage Treatment Plant north to King’s Mill Park.
The golf course, located along the west bank of the Humber River in Rexdale, became the second public course to be operated by Metro Toronto after 40.9 hectares were acquired from the Summerlea Golf Club in December 1957.
In March 1958, Metro opened the new Humber Valley Golf Course at a total cost of $357,554 for acquisition and development. In 1992, Metro Parks and Culture completed a $1.25 million renovation of the course, including the construction of many new tees and greens, fairway realignments and the installation of an automated irrigation system.