Southwood Golf & Country Club
The original course was designed by Willie Park, Junior (1864-1925) from Musselburgh, Scotland, winner of the British Open in 1887 and 1889. The course was redesigned in later years(1926) by Stanley Thompson (1894-1952), originally from Scotland, who lived in Toronto. Southwood was the first eighteen hole design in Canada, his two greatest triumphs being Banff Springs and Jasper Park.
In 2011 Southwood moved locations and the current Southwood Golf and Country Club was designed by Thomas McBroom
Renovation done by Stanley Thompson & Co. (architect: Stanley Thompson)Verification level: Level 1
Renovation Construction Supervision
Renovation done by Stanley Thompson & Co. (architect: Stanley Thompson)Verification level: Possible Involvement
- Ian Andrew's personal research files
- Reference to Southwood GC in 'Manitoba Links'