Father's Day Fun

08 June 2018
The Morren Group

What better way to show dad you love him than taking him out for a round of golf? Set up a tee time well in advance of June 17 to ensure you’re hitting the links Sunday morning! There are several top tier courses open for Father’s Day, including one run by the City of Burlington. Choose from venues such as Tyandaga, Hidden Lake, Indian Wells and Carlisle Golf Club.

Don’t even worry about the weather when you reserve at Far Away Greens. You’ll get to play some of the world’s most renowned courses with the old man at this indoor golf venue, located at 3070 Mainway, Unit #14. Working on your short and long game while sharing some good conversation on the back nine is a great way to take in Father’s Day.

If dad’s a foodie there are so many great venues around Burlington to share a meal or even a coffee. If he’s into exotic flavours book your group at Imi Japanese Cuisine or either of Kwality Indian Cuisine locations. Take dad downtown for an upscale brunch at Spencer’s At The Waterfront. Book a table today at http://spencers.ca/. Pasqualino has served exquisite Italian cuisine at 248 Main Street East in Milton since 2002. The Pasqualino family focuses on bringing out the finer flavours in all their dishes and dad will not be disappointed.

Surprise dad with a guided fishing charter. Set out from Bronte Harbour in Oakville and see if pops can’t haul something in. Visit http://www.ospreycharterfishing.ca/ for more on how to get your dad out into Lake Ontario this June!

Mount Nemo, Rattlesnake Point and Crawford Lake Conservation are all great Father’s Day Sunday Drive destinations. Picturesque views overlooking the escarpment, long wooded trails, swimming and mountain biking and so many ways to spend an afternoon being active with dad!

Plenty of great shopping, golfing, dining and recreation can be experienced in Burlington making spoiling dad easy this Father’s Day!

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