While designing this site we wanted to introduce members and visitors to our daily routine
procedures, long term plans for this season and beyond as well as illustrate in concise
form our accomplishments from previous years. To make it as practical as possible we
built this site to be easy to navigate. But nothing is more important than up to the minute
information that you are looking for. That is where we promise to deliver. You will be able
to check the current maintenance activities on the course, the turf program for the coming
month or the weather forecast for your game. We have also incorporated the links to
Thornhill Golf and Country Club main website. Since this site is designed and run by
Greens Department staff we know that we can deliver the most relevant information. It is
us who care about your game the most. We hope that with your help we can make this
site even better. Please help us set the new standards yet higher again.
The Greens Department is responsible for the maintenance of the championship Long
Course (6500 + yards), Valley Course (1500 + yards) and extensive perennial gardens
throughout the property. We also take care of the area around the clubhouse including
tennis courts. Our Golf and Country Club stretches over 140 acres of property in the heart
of old Thornhill, Ontario. The golf course was originally designed by the famous Canadian
Golf Course Architect Stanley Thompson and has retained the service of Doug Carrick
from Carrick Designs to oversee the Long Range Plan and Improvements to the golf
course since 1992.
The golf course renovations and conditioning have been made to enhance and retain the
original intentions of Stanley Thompson and meet the high expectations and ongoing
changes within the golf industry.
USING MODERN TURF MANAGEMENT PRACTICES WE WILL CHANGE A VISIT
HERE INTO A MEMORABLE EVENT :)
To contact us follow the links provided on the PERSONNEL pages.
On the pages of this site we will:
- Introduce our staff and environmental policy.
- Give you club's history tour.
- Take you on a virtual walk on the golf course and into the gardens.
- Discuss current activities.
- Show you the maintenance facility and equipment we use