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Angus Glen is a community in the north part of Markham, Ontario, Canada, and is part of Unionville. The area was originally farmland, but as the land south has been developed, pressure is increasing to redevelop this area into residential neighbourhood; a new real estate of West Village is under on-going construction.
In addition to the famous golf course, the area is home to the William Berczy Historic Cemetery, which contains the graves of the early settlers of Markham.
Angus Glen Golf Club consists of two 18-hole championship golf courses in Markham, Ontario, north of Toronto. Originally a farm for Black Aberdeen Angus cattle, the South Course was completed in 1995 and the North Course in 2006. Renovations were made to the North course based on designs by Davis Love III to make it more challenging. Angus Glen hosted the Canadian Open in 2002 (South Course) and again in 2007 (North Course), however, the 17th and 18th holes were played on the south course.
Built on a portion of Angus Glen Farm by its owner, mining magnate Arthur G. Stollery (1914-1994), the golf club was completed by his son Gordon and opened in 1996.
The name of the course has been used for the community of homes by Kylemore Communities called "West Village At Angus Glen". The community ranges from townhouses to mansions built next to holes 2-5 of the South course and now developing areas around the 6th.
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