When not busy with his responsibilities as a Toronto-based tax attorney, Stuart Bollefer enjoys playing golf. While he has pursued his interest in the sport by traveling to courses across North America, Stuart Bollefer also benefits from having a number of top-quality venues close to home. The best of these include:
Toronto Golf Club
Located in nearby Mississauga, Toronto Golf Club holds distinction as the first championship course in all of Canada and the third-oldest club in North America. Notable challenges include the two par 5s on the back nine and an 11-hole stretch comprising eight par 4s.
National Golf Club of Canada
Golfers at this George and Tom Fazio design must navigate notoriously difficult tree-lined fairways. Successfully reaching the greens brings even more adversity, however, as the course boasts high-quality but unpredictable putting surfaces.
St. George’s Golf and Country Club
This Toronto venue has attracted golfers since opening near Lake Ontario in 1929. The five-time host of both the Canadian Open and the LPGA Classic, St. George’s has been named by Golf Digest as the No. 2 course in all of Canada.