The Vic Hadfield Golf & Learning Centre is a full-service golf and learning facility. In addition to our 120 tee areas where golfers hit off mats and/or grass we also provide a self contained short game area which includes two bentgrass putting greens, a chipping area and a chipping green with a practice bunker.
We offer a variety of clinics and lessons for men, women and juniors of various skill levels. Summer camps for young golfers of all skill levels are available and who doesn’t love mini golf in the summer for kids of all ages (and grown-ups too).
We also hold BIRTHDAY PARTIES at our mini putt facility!
One of our employees named Sylvester, who is a great photographer, has taken an awesome picture of the golf centre just before a thunder storm. Click on the Facilities page and scroll down to the bottom of the page to see his beautiful work.
March 2013 - We are looking forward to welcoming all of our patrons to the Vic Hadfield Golf & Learning Centre! We are again committed to providing the finest grass tee decks in the GTA and surrounding area. We also provide the finest quality range balls on the market & an exciting hockey themed 18-hole mini-putt. Hope to see you soon!
May 12, 2013 - It's Mothers day. Bring Mom out to practice her swing, hit some balls and play some mini putt. Best part is, Mom doesn't pay. More details on our events page.
June 16, 2013 - Guess what? Father's Day is right around the corner, and what dad doesn't love to practice his swing? Bring him out on Sunday for a discount at the range. More details on our events page.
About Vic Hadfield
Vic Hadfield was the first member of the New York Rangers to score 50 goals in a single season, a feat he accomplished in 1971/1972. With 262 goals as a Ranger, he is the highest-scoring left-wing in team history and the only left-winger in team history to score 100 points in one season.
Born in Oakville, Ontario, Hadfield played all of his minor hockey in Oakville before joining the Dixie Bee Hives for one season. Then it was on to Junior A hockey with the St. Catherines Tee Pees. Read more