Play Stanley Thompson Courses
There is no better way to appreciate the work of Stanley Thompson than to experience his golf courses. The Stanley Thompson Society is committed to providing experiential opportunities to play these gems. What makes them special?
In the words of Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Honoured Member Sandra Post:
“100 years ago, when Stanley Thompson was building golf courses, he had limited machinery when shaping his courses. So, when I play courses like Toronto Ladies’, Thornhill,or Oakdale in Toronto with their natural terrain and with at least one stream going through the course, I get to see how beautiful the land was in the GTA. The same can be said for Cape Breton Highlands, Nova Scotia; St. Thomas, Ontario;, Jasper and Banff, Alberta courses - Stanley Thompson framed each and every hole like masterpieces.”
Click here to see a list of Stanley Thompson Society Member Clubs
SO MANY of the courses that have Stanley's stamp on them are in ScoreGolf's top 100 courses. To check out the 2022 top 100 courses CLICK HERE
STANLEY THOMPSON SERIES: Members Only
St. Thomas Golf & Country Club, St. Thomas, Ontario
May 5, 2022 - SOLD OUT
Waterton Lakes Golf Course
Oakdale Golf & Country Club
Stanley Thompson Classic
2021 Event Recap:
Many of the participants at Whirlpool, June 30, 2021:
Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Cathy Sherk shared some tips and stories. Whirlpool was a fabulous host and the weather worked out perfectly!. A good day was had by all!
July 5, 2021
One of Canada's most internationally renown courses, Banff Spring Golf Course hosted a group of society members in July 2021. Director of Golf, and golf historian, Steven Young regaled the group with amazing stories about Stanley and the course. A good day (although slightly wet)
August 9, 2021
The original nine holes of Kawartha Golf & Country Club were designed by Stanley in 1931. The second nine were completed in 1938 and the course retains a significant amount of Thompson character. Stanley Thompson members had an amazing day in pretty hot weather!
September 24, 2021
The Ladies Golf Club of Toronto hosted an enthusiastic group on a beautiful day at an iconic course. Architect David Moote and Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Marlene Stewart Streit both spoke to the group!