Crosswinds is a fully public course with a country club atmosphere
Your day begins with a friendly smile from our courteous staff, trained to anticipate your needs. Our philosophy is to treat the public golfers as members of Crosswinds, by providing outstanding service and hospitality.
You’ll enjoy an excellent golf course and fine dining to make your day most memorable. Above all, we want you to have a superb golfing experience and enjoy the hospitality and amenities of a country club atmosphere that will inspire you to return with family and friends.
Crosswinds was rated the GTA’s second-toughest course by Fairways Magazine.
Strategically placed water and sand test club selection as much as skill. Expect to reach for every club in your bag, and trade war stories at the driving range and short-game practice facilities. Staying focused on the game can be a challenge in itself … with million-dollar views framed by Niagara Escarpment vistas of Rattlesnake Point and Mount Nemo. See a map and get directions to Crosswinds and visit us soon.
Our majestic setting and elegant facilities make Crosswinds ideally suited to Weddings and Golf Tournaments. Superlative service and “country club” attention to detail, all surrounded by natural splendour, make this an extraordinary event destination.
A Word from our Course Designer
“Crosswinds Golf & Country Club took two years for us to finish, but Mother Nature had been working for thousands of years before we started.
The course is located in between Rattlesnake Point and Mount Nemo of the beautiful Niagara Escarpment. These two prominent features guarantee incredible scenery on most of the holes. Eight ponds or as most of the golfers call lakes were created to store water and to challenge the golfer. The traditional layout already looks mature, with tree-lined fairways and subtle greens.
On every hole there is an easier way if the tee shot is properly placed. The course suits players who hit closer to the ground due to the almost constant winds and gentle contouring of the fairways and green approaches.”