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Fall all over these beautiful autumn courses

Don't just admire fall's brilliant display from the car, get onto these golf courses in British Columbia, Ontario and Newfoundland.

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In Newfoundland, the 10th hole at the Humber Valley Resort, a Doug Carrick course, is ablaze with colour.

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The Okanagan Valley offers an autumn golf season of striking visual contrasts. The valley’s top draw is Predator Ridge Golf Resort, which sprawls across a landscape of clear lakes, mountain streams and wheatgrass meadows.

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Hungry late-season golfers should stop at the Harvest Golf Club, where players are invited to eat the apples and grapes growing nearby. The course runs through a working orchard.

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Silver Creek Golf Course was opened last year by the Garden River First Nation just east of Sault Ste Marie, Ont. Bear and deer are frequent visitors to the course.

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