Set on one of the most spectacular pieces of land in southwestern Ontario, St. Thomas Golf and Country Club is a Stanley Thompson masterpiece. Designed by Thompson in 1922 and later altered by Robbie Robinson, the course has truly withstood the test of time and continues to provide a stern challenge today. With tree-lined fairways that meander through the rolling terrain and some of the most demanding putting surfaces in the province, a round at St. Thomas always requires your full attention.
Our exceptional golf course is what truly defines St. Thomas as a player’s club. It’s history of hosting great tournaments has seen the likes of Moe Norman, George Knudson, and Mike Weir each win on its fairways. But even if you’re not at the level of those Canadian greats, St. Thomas is still a thoroughly enjoyable experience. With incredible conditioning and an eminently playable course, St. Thomas will give you a thrill and keep you coming back from more.
The course at St. Thomas Golf and Country Club—or “Union” as it is called by its many fans—is without question one of the best designs created by Canada’s top golf architect.
Routed through undulating parkland, the course demands accurate tee shots, precise distance control, and soft hands around the greens. At the same time, St. Thomas is an enjoyable experience for golfers of all skill levels. The competitive player will enjoy the strategy required around the challenging variety of holes, while the more casual golfer will find receptive landing areas, few forced carries, and the opportunity to play the whole round with a single golf ball.
In recent years the course has been lovingly restored under the watchful eye of Ian Andrew, one of the best golf architects in the business.
St. Thomas Golf & Country Club
42325 Sparta Line, Union, ON N0L 2L0
Architect: Stanley Thompson