Time to get out your golf clubs and book a tee time! All five golf courses in Toronto are open for the season as the sport continues to grow in the city. Here’s everything you need to know about the openings.

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According to the City of Toronto, “five City-operated golf courses: Dentonia Park, Don Valley, Humber Valley, Scarlett Woods, and Tam O’Shanter,” are now open to the public for the season. 

The sport of golf has been growing in Toronto – with all five courses showing an increase of nearly 15,000 more rounds played last year than during the previous year. 

No car? No problem! All five courses are TTC accessible, too.

If you’re ready to get to the greens, the City of Toronto encourages anyone to book tee times up to seven days in advance through the City’s website.

Rentals are available from the pro shop at each clubhouse. At Humber Valley, an accessible golf cart is available at no cost to golfers with mobility needs, just request the cart when booking a tee time. 

You can book your tee times for each course here:

Now is as good as time as any to brush up on your golf game or even learn for the first time.

The golf courses are open and ready for you, Toronto!