Closed for the season. Reopening May 2024!


Play a Muskoka Classic

Course Description | Par 72 | 7,011 yards

Deerhurst Resort is renowned for many reasons, but Deerhurst Highlands Golf Course is what separates the resort from others in the golfing world. In 1990, Robert Cupp and Thomas McBroom co-designed this par 72 championship golf course which established the benchmark for golf courses in the region and sparked Muskoka’s emergence as a major, must-play Canadian golf destination. Ranked as one of Canada’s top 59 public golf courses again in 2019 by SCOREGolf, Deerhurst Highlands continues to remain one of the top golfing destinations in Muskoka.

From the first elevated tee overlooking Fairy Lake the par-72 course takes full advantage of the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield. It’s a bit like stepping into a Group of Seven painting. Bold granite outcroppings and dramatic terrain shifts are epitomized on the tenth signature hole with a sheer granite rock face in play along the length of the fairway.

Except for the open links-style holes four, five and six, the course is a precipitous and muscular romp—not for the faint of heart! Fortify yourself with a protein bar. To restore your confidence, take a swing at Deerhurst’s gentler, 9-hole Deerhurst Lakeside course which meanders around Peninsula Lake.

Deerhurst Highlands Green Fees

Public green fees include:  Shared power cart and access to warm-up range.  2024 pricing is coming soon!

Rental Clubs: Taylormade SIM 2 Model Clubs
9 or 18 Holes

All rates are for green fee and exclude HST. Carts included.

Planning on riding a cart? Scan the QR code to complete the waiver.


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Need to energize during your round? Highlands Halfway House is open Monday to Sunday.


The Highlands Clubhouse at The Antler Steakhouse 

Closed for the season

During the daytime, The Highlands Clubhouse menu featuring delicious sandwiches and finger foods. Enjoy a bite and pint before or after your round of golf or stop by for a delicious mid-day meal. You don’t have to be a golfer to enjoy a relaxing daytime experience on the patio or in the lounge. Walk-ins only; no daytime reservations. 

Golfers craving a burger, fresh sandwich or beverage on the course can get their fill at the Highlands Half-Way House.