1000 Jane Street, Toronto
Book a tee time at Scarlett Woods: 416-392-2484
Scarlett Woods Golf Course is an executive-length par 62 course suitable for beginners and experts alike.
Scarlett Woods Golf Map
- Moderately difficult 18 hole
- Par 62 – 3749 yards
- Licensed restaurant
- Pro shop with rental equipment
- 3 washrooms/changroom
- 107 car parking lot
|Type of Golfer||Monday to Friday||Weekends and Holidays|
|Adult – 18 hole||$35||$43|
|*Senior – 18 hole||$24||$30|
|Junior – 18 hole||$21||$28|
|**Adult – 9 hole||$21||$26|
|**Senior – 9 hole||$14||$18|
|**Junior – 9 hole||$14||$18|
* Seniors are 60 yrs+ and must show proper ID to qualify for the Senior rate. Juniors are 18 and under. Senior and Junior rates are not honoured before 12 PM 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.
- Adult 18 Holes: $32
- Adult 9 Hole: $22
- Adult Twilight: $22
- Senior 18 Holes: $30
- Senior 9 Hole: $20
- Senior Twilight: $20
Club Rentals (Pull Cart Included)
- 18 Hole: $20
- 9 Hole: $14
- Twilight: $14
- Pull Cart Only: $5
Head Pro Lesson Rates
To book lessons with our PGA of Canada Teaching Professional, Jae Hoon Lee, call 416-392-2484 or 416-999-4825.
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. Payment is expected at the same time as registration. All applicable taxes are extra.
To learn more or book a clinic call 416-392-2484.
Free Junior Clinics
Schedules, hours and camp fees vary by course. Please contact staff at Scarlett Woods for more information.
These clinics are a fun way for both men and women to discover and navigate the world of golf. Learn chipping, putting, bunker, pitching and full swing fundamentals. Adult Beginner Clinics are $150 per person. Equipment is provided.
A new clinic starts each week and runs Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. All classes start at 6:30 p.m. and run until 8 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, and 8:30 p.m. on Thursday totalling five hours of instruction time.
Clinics begin in late April or early May depending on the weather. Future clinics and specialized clinics will be scheduled throughout the spring, summer and fall.
In 1972, Metro Council approved a development program for the South Humber regional park system. Among its features was the Scarlett Woods Golf Course, which opened on July 1, 1974 at a cost of $549,260. Both the golf course and the adjacent Scarlett Mills Park take their name from John Scarlett, an Englishman who settled in the area, raised a family, and helped develop the Humber Valley during the early 19th century.