Toronto is the New York City of Canada. This means people either love it because it is busy, exciting, and diverse, or hate it because it is chaotic, loud, and crowded. Toronto is the center of Canadian finance, theater, sports, education, art, and cuisine: take in a Broadway-caliber show, head to the top of the CN Tower, or visit one of the dozens of art and history museums. And of course, play some golf. There are more than 100 golf courses within an hour's drive of Toronto, with most of them lying out of town a bit. Take the time to make the drive. Here are a few to start with: Bushwood Golf Club in Markham, for great rates and the "Caddyshack" name. Eagles Nest Golf Club in Maple is a lauded Doug Carrick design. Black Diamond Golf Club in Peterborough offers scenic views and challenges, nestled as it is in the foothills of the Kawartha Oakridge Moraine.
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