“Members here are very fortunate to belong to the best two-course club in the world.”

—Lorne Rubenstein, Golf Journalist


Resting in the distance above the first green at the Pulpit is the silhouette of Toronto’s distinctive skyline. Seemingly at once, The Pulpit Club, Canada’s most intriguing private club with two 18-hole golf courses at its core, is within view of the city, but also feels a world away.

The Pulpit Club is a private member facility that embraces its remarkable setting, combining two of the best golf courses in Canada with year-round opportunities to embrace the incredible countryside of Caledon, a short drive north of the GTA.
Renowned Canadian journalist Lorne Rubenstein said the club has, “Two of the best courses in the world.”

He’s right—The Pulpit Club’s foundation is great golf, but in recent years it has emerged as a club that connects its members to the magnificent property. Swimming, fishing, skating, tobogganing, hiking and biking are just some of the opportunities club members have at this year-round club.
More than just two fantastic courses, The Pulpit Club is a facility where the extraordinary is elevated in every way.




Set among the rolling hills, rollicking streams and incredible clean air of Caledon, the Pulpit Club has generated remarkable accolades over its history.

There are other fine 36-hole private clubs found throughout the world, wrote Golfclubatlas.com, “and yet none have the diversity between each 18 that can be found at The Pulpit Club.”

The two courses—the modern parkland genius of the Pulpit, and the Old World thrill ride of the Paintbrush—are the heart of the club. Both are brilliant in their own way.



A great club—12 months of the year. That’s The Pulpit Club, where golf is the game from spring to fall, but there’s plenty to do away from the course for the entire family. Hike in the majestic Caledon Hills under the incredible summer evening sun, or relax with the family by the pool on those warm July days. Let your kids dip a line in the ponds behind the clubhouse while you and your spouse sit in Muskoka chairs and relax.

When the weather cools, the club offers snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and ice skating, all capped off by hot cocoa next to the blazing fire pit. Great golf is always key at The Pulpit Club, but there’s much, much more to engage you and your family throughout the entire year.