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    Interested to see y'alls thoughts on this. What are your votes for some of Canada's best logos? For me, personally, I really like Memphremagog, St. George's, Cabot Links, and as a bit of a sleeper, University GC in Vancouver is cool, too

    Edit: National GC of Canada has a superb logo

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    I've always liked Tarandowah

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    • #3
      Good one and nice addition, just to be safe.
      Away from the crest and seal look which is stale, the Lake Joseph club logo when it’s just the boat, the Magna horse sketch, the Camelot knights head, the Bell Bay tower.

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        Banff Springs an excellent course and a unique logo
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        • #5
          Chester Golf Club in Nova Scotia is nice one

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          • #6
            Carrying Place is a local interesting logo...but the guy should be carrying a golf bag...not a canoe...lol

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            • #7
              This one is right up there,

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              OK say it. I,m kissing butt LOL
              plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

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              • #8
                Always liked Thornhill's Sunflake. Done in early 60's when curling was added to the then 40 year old club. Logo was designed by a member who was a leading Canadian designer at the time. His other well known logos that stood the test of time include CN Rail and the old Ontario Hydro one that looked like a plug.


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                • #9
                  There really aren’t a lot of great logos in Canada, unfortunately. Nothing really iconic like in the US. The Winged Foot and Pinehurst logos come to mind.

                  The best one I can think of is a little 9 holer in Port Rowan called Stark’s. The course I learned to play on. It’s probably my favourite course logo in Canada.

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                  • #10
                    Always been a fan of Oviinbyrd's

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ThruTheGreen View Post
                      Always liked Thornhill's Sunflake. Done in early 60's when curling was added to the then 40 year old club. Logo was designed by a member who was a leading Canadian designer at the time. His other well known logos that stood the test of time include CN Rail and the old Ontario Hydro one that looked like a plug.


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                      If Allen Fleming is responsible for that logo, I wouldn't say it is his best because some of the others are iconic.

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