• Current Construction

  • Design Development

    • Big White, British Columbia
    • Cougar Rock, Alberta
    • Kicking Horse Mountain, British Columbia
    • Kinnikinnik, British Columbia
    • Montrose, Ontario
    • Red Mountain, British Columbia
    • Rockaway, Oregon, United States
    • Stoney Nakoda, Alberta
  • Current Renovations

    • Camelot, Ottawa
    • Deer Ridge, Kitchener
    • Donalda Golf Club, Toronto
    • Emerald Hills, Toronto
    • Granite Golf Club, Toronto
    • Lake Joseph Club, Muskoka
    • Oviinbyrd, Muskoka
    • Port Carling, Muskoka
    • The Toronto Hunt, Toronto
    • Whitevale Golf Club, Toronto
  • Renovations

    • Bayview Golf & Country Club, Thornhill
    • Cedar Brae Golf & Country Club, Scarborough
    • Country Hills, Calgary
    • Deerhurst Lakeside, Muskoka
    • Fraserview, Vancouver
    • Green Gables, PEI
    • Hamilton Golf & Country Club, Ancaster
    • Islington Golf Club, Etobicoke
    • Lambton Golf & Country Club, Toronto
    • Langara Golf Course, British Columbia
    • Maple Downs Golf & Country Club, Vaughan
    • Meadowbrook Golf & Country Club, Stouffville
    • Mount Bruno, Montreal
    • Muskoka Lakes Golf & Country Club, Muskoka
    • Oakville Golf Club, Oakville
    • Ottawa Hunt, Ottawa
    • Scarborough Golf Club, Scarborough
    • Toronto Golf Club, Toronto
    • Westmount Golf & Country Club, Kitchener
    • York Downs, Unionville
  • Par 3s

    • Grandview, Huntsville
    • Lake Joseph Club Academy Course, Muskoka
    • The Rattler at Rattlesnake Point, Milton

The Links at Brunello

Halifax, Opening 2015

Brunello Master Plan
Metro Article

The Links at Brunello is located 15 minutes from downtown Halifax on 550 acres of rolling hills, and quiet streams. The course is surrounded by natural and man-made wetlands, the Nine Mile River, and on the edge of Otter Park. The 7100-yard 18-hole championship golf course follows the lay of the land and uses minimal grading, with the residential development overlooking the course from the higher lands. Each hole has been specifically placed to encourage environmental sustainability and showcase the natural features of the site; rock outcrops, deep valleys, and wooded slopes. The spectacular nature of the holes will delight and challenge.