The original Heathlands course was designed by renowned Canadian architect Doug Carrick, who after a trip to Portmarnock Golf Club in Dublin, Ireland designed the links-inspired layout, with its wind-swept dunes and lurking pot bunkers echoing the traditions of links golf.
After nearly a decade of steady growth in popularity from local golfers, Osprey Valley took the next steps by adding two more Carrick-designed courses: the rolling, Parkland-style North course (then known as Toot) and the Wasteland-style Hoot course, both as unique as the Heathlands in their own way. A modern A-Frame clubhouse was also added, enhancing the experience without diminishing the simple charm that Osprey golfers had come to know and love.
After celebrating a quarter-century of history, Osprey Valley has continued to find a place in the hearts of those who cherish the game of golf, with its unmatched offering of 54 quality holes propelling all three of its courses annually into SCOREGolf’s Top 100 Courses in Canada.
In 2018, the property entered a new era as TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley, aligning with the PGA TOUR and the TPC Network in a partnership that solidifies the quality promised to golfers who play here. As the only TPC property in Canada and with its 54 holes, TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley truly is a one-of-a-kind golf experience, where excellence meets accessibility in an unmatched setting.