Construction Officially Begins On New Clubhouses & On-site Amenities At TPC Toronto At Osprey Valley
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2021-10-16
CALEDON, Ontario — TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley marked the beginning of an exciting new era, holding a groundbreaking ceremony to officially commence construction of two new clubhouses and on-site accommodations.
The ceremony marks a watershed moment in the transformation of one of Ontario’s top golf destinations, with new amenities paving the way for Osprey Valley to expand its capacity to host events, stay-and-play trips, tournaments and more.
“This is a transformational moment in Osprey Valley’s history and part of a long-standing vision our family has had for the property for more than 30 years,” said Osprey Valley President Chris Humeniuk. “We have always envisioned Osprey Valley as a destination for more than just great golf, and we look forward to the exciting new era ahead.”
Hicks Design Studio, one of Canada’s leading architectural design firms for custom residential homes and clubhouses with over 60 golf clubhouses across Canada in its portfolio, will lead design and development of the project, which aims to bring the best of modern amenities to Osprey Valley while retaining the property’s signature natural, relaxed atmosphere.
The new facilities aim to increase TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley’s appeal as one of Canada’s top golf destinations for a wide array of golfers and visitors, increasing the property’s allure for a diverse set of events from destination golf trips to corporate events, gatherings and weddings.
Construction will continue throughout the 2021-22 offseason and into the 2022 golf season, with minimal impacts expected on golfer experience for the duration of the construction project.
For more information including building renderings and construction updates, visit the all-new ospreyvalley.com.
About TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley
TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley is one of Ontario’s premier golf destinations and the only TPC facility in Canada, located 45 minutes outside of Toronto and featuring three Doug Carrick courses – the Heathlands, Hoot and North – all ranked in SCOREGolf’s Top 100 Courses in Canada.