Play High Shoot Low

Traditionally golf has been a game for the elites. Stuffy and discriminatory rules and weird pants affirmed that the links were only for rich, white men. However, in the last few decades the image of golf has changed and a diverse group of players can now be found tee-ing off in the Scarboro sunshine. As certified stoners we are also here to say that weed and golf go together like The Masters and green jackets. While most golfers are familiar with the beer cart, we feel that the best way to shoot low while staying elevated is with great weed, purchased at your local Stok’d dispensary. So join us as we review the best Scarborough Golf Courses.

Best Pairings of Green For The Greens

Golf is a physical as well as mentally challenging sport. Depending on the golfer, the right cannabis can put them in a great flow, harmonizing mind and body. However, like with anything “one toke of the line” either with overconsumption or using too strong a product, can be the difference between an enjoyable 18 holes or a struggle to keep it in the fairway. So before we dive into the top Scarborough golf courses, here are some recommendations from our team for an enhanced golfing experience.

Where To Purchase


Stok’d Cannabis has 3 locations, perfect for your day on Scarborough golf courses. Chances are one of them is located on your way to one of the courses below. So head over to Mapquest (jk, see below) and discover which location is convenient for you:

Stok’d Clairlea

Stok’d Cliffside (aka ‘Spliffside’)

Stok’d Eglinton


While we can’t deliver your weed to you on a golf cart like the shooter girls (because government regulations 😔) we can deliver all the weed you need to your home in under an hour! If you’re playing an early round you’ll want to order the night before.

Flower and Pre-Rolls

Whether you roll at home or buy your joints already rolled, having your weed ready to fire is key to a great day on the links. That said, depending on your tolerance we recommend packing some balanced joints with either moderate THC levels or including CBD flower. You don’t want to get so high you forget which hole you’re on and CBD can help your muscles stay relaxed throughout your round.

Staff Picks:

Dank Craft | Koko’s Cookies Pre-Roll | 3×0.5g

Carmel | Animal Face Pre-Roll | 3×0.5g

Orchid CBD | CBD Runtz Pre-Roll | 5×0.6g

Tribal | Cuban Linx | 3.5g

Volo | MAC V2 | 3.5g

Click here to purchase for pick-up or delivery!


A vape cart is a great way to keep it discreet and also to measure your dosage. Vapes tend to be higher in THC but they are also easier to manage. One or two pulls is often enough to get you loosened up for the day. A blend that also includes CBD might also benefit your body if not your score.

Staff Picks:

General Admission | Electric Green Apple Hybrid 1:0 510 Vape Cart

Sherbinskis | Orange Sherbs Live Resin Disposable Pen

General Admission | Honeydew Boba Sativa 510 Vape Cart


Click here to purchase for pick-up or delivery!

Drinks and Edibles

Cannabis bevvies are exploding in popularity right now. With various flavours and styles, you’ll be sure to find one that wets your whistle. Along with edibles, drinks tend to stay in your system longer than smoking or vaping so you can focus on your round. On the flip side, edibles and drinks can impact people differently so we recommend you do try this at home before you tee off at your local Scarboro golf course. With a maximum of 10mg of THC per serving you’ll be able to know exactly how much weed you’re getting.

Staff Picks:

Sweet Justice | OG Ginger Ale

Ray’s Lemonade | Ray’s Original Lemonade

Phresh | Summer Punch

Click here to purchase for pick-up or delivery!

Weed Etiquette

Even though golf has become more accessible to the general public there are still etiquette rules to be aware of. While each course will have its own etiquette guidelines, private courses are usually the most persnickety about them. That said it doesn’t mean every public golf course is your cue to act like Happy Gilmore. When it comes to cannabis you’ll need to feel the vibe out unless there’s signs indicating what you can and can’t do. A general rule we follow is wherever people are allowed to smoke tobacco, fire up your weed or pull out your vape. Where you’re not permitted to smoke is where your bevvies and edibles can come in handy. Just remember if your ball might hit someone yell FORETWENTY 😅!

Best Public Scarborough Golf Courses

For the newer or occasional players, there are great selections of 9 and 18 holes in the Scarb. Depending on your skill level and how much you want to invest in a day of golfing you should be able to find one below that matches your needs. Where possible it’s always a good idea to reserve a tee-time in advance, especially on weekends. As these are public golf courses they can fill up fast and play slow so plan accordingly.

Dentonia Park Golf Course

A solid par-3 City of Toronto municipal course, Dentonia Park Golf Course is among the gentler 18 holes in Scarberia. It’s great for beginners or for friends who want a chill round. Located on Victoria Park just north of the Danforth, this beauty is right in the heart of Scarborough. There’s also a disc golf course which is definitely made for stoners!

Google Review:

“It’s not the nicest course on the planet, but sometimes it’s all you need. It’s fun to practise your short game and see how low you can go. Sometimes I play well, sometimes I play awful, and that’s the fun of it.”

Tam O’Shanter Golf Course

Offering 9 and 18-hole options to the general public, this municipal course is located alongside Highland Creek. Listed as “moderately difficult”, Tam O’Shanter is a family-friendly course and is great for beginners or experienced golfers alike.

TripAdvisor Review:

“Very nice course especially considering it is a city-owned course. A few challenges like certain bunkers and you play over water a few times but not so much for it to be frustrating. Course was in great shape…”

Flemingdon Park Golf Club

A self-described “picturesque nine-hole course in the valley of the don”, this challenging yet forgiving course is great for intermediate and junior golfers. The Don River backdrop makes Flemingdon one of the more naturally beautiful courses on our list. Located close to Eglinton East and the DVP.

GoldPass Review:

“[G]reat course for players of all ages. The course can be played well under 3 hours, even when some players might be moving a little slowly. Always convenient for people living downtown to get out and play a quick game without having to layer on travel times to anywhere else.”

Remington Parkview Golf and Country Club

This 36 hole course is another stunner, showcasing the beauty of the Rouge River Valley. Both the Upper and Valley 18 holes offer a challenge to golfers so bring your a-game! Located just north of Scarbz in Markham on Steeles Ave.

Google Review:

“Sweet golf course and a nice experience over all. Staff were super friendly and all around customer service oriented…We did the Upper Course and because of the adjacent holes you don’t really lose any golf balls if you go wide. I’d definitely go back again.”

Angus Glen Golf Club

Definitely not for the newb, Angus Glen has two championship courses along with stunning views. Both the South and North courses have hosted Canadian Opens as well as The Pan Am Games in 2015. Head up the 404 towards Richmond Hill and play one of these challenging 18-holes off Kennedy Ave.

GolfPass Review:

“Great course and experience. First time and cannot wait to go back. Played the South Course. Staff was awesome.”

Bathurst Glen Golf Course

Owned and operated by the Ontario Government and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, this is a course that all levels will enjoy. A focus on environmental sustainability, Bathurst Glen puts the green back into the greens. Located at the corner of Major Mac and Kennedy this one is worth the drive to drive.

Google Review:

“I really like this course for the money you spend. It’s a mixture of somewhat challenging par 3’s and 4’s for a beginner like me. The course is somewhat well maintained. Probably my favorite course for the value. Until I become an expert no issues coming here to play.”

Pickering Golf Club

For the budget conscious, this 9-hole course is great for all levels. This public golf course also has lots of leagues and other social opportunities. Located off Brock Road.

GolfNow Review:

“It may be a 9hole course but comes with all the challenges of a good golf course. Will definitely be back. The facilities however could use a bit of a change up. The staff, however, are super friendly and very prompt with answering questions.”

Don Valley Golf Course

Another City of Toronto run, public golf course, Don Valley is well priced for the golf experience you’ll get. Check out the 9 and 18-hole option. Located just south of the 401 on Yonge Street near York Mills Subway and Go Station.

TripAdivsor Review:

“This year the ground crew is doing an excellent job of maintaing this course and raising it to the staus it deserves. Well done folks. City: Congratulate the crew for a job well done. They are municipal employees who care and take pride in their achievements.”

Best Private Scarborough Golf Courses

Look we aren’t exactly golf country club folks but we do understand that some of the best golfing does take place at these venues. You’ll need to be a member or a friend of one to golf here. However some do have clubhouses, restaurants and venues to rent open to the public. So pinkies up! Here’s a quick and dirty rundown of what’s available for those on the exclusivity tip:

Scarboro Golf and Country Club

Located near Guildwood Village, off Kingston Road. This course is right down the street from our Eglinton location so plan to stop in either before or after your round.

Google Review:

“Absolute stunning course, the staff are amazing as well. Really enjoyed my golf day here and will be back.”

Cedar Brae Golf Club

Located south of Steeles Ave near Markham Road.

GolfPass Review:

“Was fortunate enough to play this course for a tournament, and it’s one of the nicer tracks in the GTA. Great conditions, great variety of holes, mature trees, water, quick greens, great practice facility and clubhouse. I recommend playing here if you get the chance.”

The Toronto Hunt

Located south of Kingston Road, right above Lake Ontario near the Scarborough Bluffs. The views are spectacular and it also happens to be really close to our Cliffside (aka ‘Spliffside’) location so do stop in!

Google Review:

“Though I’m not a member, I’m fortunate to have friends that are and luckily have opportunities to enjoy this remarkable space as their guest. Everything about Toronto Hunt Club is perfection, from the care given by those that work there, the meals, golf course and breath-taking surroundings. An absolute treasure in our community.”

Bayview Golf and Country Club

Located near Steeles Ave and Leslie St.

TripAdvisor Review:

“A hidden gem in Toronto. Bayview is without questions a fist class Country club. The golf course is simple incredible and the staff really professional. We had a fantastic dinning experience at the grill with a beautiful view of the golf course.”

Donalda Club

Located near Don Mills Ave and York Mills Ave

Yelp Review:

“Donalda is a little bit of paradise tucked away in the city. First of all, I don’t golf. No interest, not ever, so I take it more as a “Country Club” than a “Golf Club” which technically it is. The 18 hole golf course is beautiful – I mean, I can only appreciate the wilderness as a non-golfer, but I really do appreciate it! They even have wildlife – deer, coyotes, foxes, and the occasional skunk. The club itself is great too – their gardens have recently been redone so they have a beautiful patio space where you can enjoy lunch or take wedding photos. They have a few indoor dining rooms as well, and a space that they regularly set up a buffet for members.”

Whitevale Golf Club

Located near Taunton Road and Whites Road in Pickering

GolfPass Review:

“This Doug Carrick course is a different course from each tee. Don’t be fooled by the length either, this is a target golf course and more challenging than expected. The practice area is large, with a couple of separate practice areas for sand, chipping and putting plus 2 warm up greens. 15-18 are challenging and tough finishing holes. All of the par 3’s are all target, with 9 being the toughest (maybe the toughest hole to par on the course). Pace of play is terrific and the staff from the Pro Shop to on course to the restaurant are wonderful. Whitevale is a hidden gem. If you get a chance to play here, take advantage of the invite.”

Uplands Golf & Ski Club

Located near Yonge St and the 407 in Vaughan

Google Review:

“Tricky golf course with lots of undulating fairways. Depending on your tee time, things could get slow in the early afternoons. The 8th hole is probably one of the best par 3 in the GTA. Challenging test for your long irons or woods. Nice location and not too far from Scarborough.”

Maple Downs Golf & Country Club

Located on Dufferin Street North in Maple

GolfPass Review:

“Rewarding Front but Challenging Back. Amazingly laid out ups & down course in an excellent condition. Front 9 is rewarding but back nine is challenging. Greens are fast better practice for putting. Bunkers are well maintained…One of the challenging golf club of GTA area.”

Wrapping Up

So there you have it, the top places to ruin a good walk 😂. But seriously folks, what we’ve put together is a fairway comprehensive list of the links in and around Scarborough. Although getting a little lit and chasing a ball around for 4 hours isn’t everyone’s cuppa tea we know that for some stoners it’s pure heaven. Golf can be frustrating and mentally challenging, so we think that weed is a great asset to this game some call “wack f–k”.

Do you golf while elevated? Tell us your favourite stoner golf story in the comments!