South Muskoka was incorporated in 1970 with a mandate to provide the people of Bracebridge and environs with affordable golf and curling.
Since its inception, the curling club has been a frequent host of provincial zone and regional playdowns, and provides area residents with a first class facility and leagues for all levels of competition, to pass away the winter months.
The golf course was designed by Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Clinton E. (Robbie) Robinson. The first 9 opened in 1974, and the second 9 holes followed five years later. While it is located in the heart of downtown Bracebridge, it features the majestic trees and granite out-croppings that are so prominent in Muskoka.
The course is challenging but fair. It measures 6,340 yards from the tips, but its tree-lined, rolling fairways, challenging rough, and frequent elevation changes provide a great test of golf for even the longest hitters. Over a forty year history the course has firmly established its reputation as the best golf value in Muskoka.