27 Holes of Genius
That’s Hamilton Golf and Country Club, a timeless parkland design, with 18 holes designed by Harry Colt, one of the game’s most celebrated architects.
The 18 holes that make up the West and South courses were designed by Colt and opened in 1915. Charles Allison, Colt’s design partner, noted the club should purchase some adjacent land for an additional nine. Robbie Robinson, a Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member and protégé of Canadian course architect Stanley Thompson, developed the East course, which opened in 1973.