A place where the spirit of camaraderie and competition have been in continuous play for more than 100 years – our members and guests have built an authentic, warm and inspiring home away from home, for those who know and appreciate the best.
Our welcoming nature, generous hospitality, love of the open country and thrill of competition, have created an environment where families, friends, colleagues and guests can comfortably come together.
Find your own challenges, participate in competition, refresh your perspectives and socially enrich your world through a uniquely curated golf-inspired lifestyle.
To be recognized as a premier private golf and country club providing exceptional experiences and value for all members and their families.
Toronto stockbroker A.E. Ames’ vision of creating a challenging golf course in the east end of the city comes to life with the opening of the Scarboro Golf & Country Club on a 144-acre site in Scarborough Heights.
Official opening of the clubhouse, which was designed by Toronto architects Langley and Howland.
Renowned golf architect A.W. Tillinghast is commissioned to redesign Scarboro; completed in August 1926, this renovation vastly improves the quality of the course.
Scarboro hosts its first Canadian Open, which saw Sam Snead win in a playoff Match against Jug McSpaden.
Scarboro hosts the PGA Tour’s Labatt Open, won by Bud Holscher — who fired a course record-tying 63 on the final day. Legendary Canadian Moe Norman tied for low amateur.
Scarboro plays host to the Canadian Amateur Championship. A first-round casualty of the tournament is an 18 year-old Jack Nicklaus.
Scarboro is one of the 25 golf courses selected for the World Series of Golf, a series of matches between U.S. Masters and British Open champions Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.
New York’s Doug Ford wins the 1963 Canadian Open at Scarboro, edging out California’s Al Geiberger.
In its 100th anniversary year, Scarboro hosts the Canadian Tour Championship — an unforgettable event for Eugene wong, who turned in an eagle on the 18th and final hole of the tournament to win.
A.W. Tillinghast inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Proud host of the 100th Ontario Amateur Championship.