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Fore! Top Courses In Canada To Get Your Golf On

Canada has some pretty incredible geography, and by extension, some pretty incredible golf courses. Pick up some clubs and enjoy a sport that allows you spend time with friends, take back some cold beverages and appreciate the views of our great country. Not sure where to start? Check out our list of some of Canada’s best golf courses below…

Cabot Links, Inverness, Nova Scotia
18 Holes, Par 70, 6,854 Yards

Cut into coastal dunes and playing alongside epic ocean bluffs, Cabot Links is one of Canada’s more dramatic golf courses and only authentic links golf course. Accompanied by an ocean front resort featuring many private balconies with coastal views, a restaurant serving dishes prepared with locally sourced ingredients, a high scale bar, and a pub with craft beers, you don’t have to golf to appreciate the spread at Cabot Links.

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper, Alberta
18 Holes, Par 71, 6,663 Yards

My favourite place with some of my favourite gals 💖

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Opened in 1925, it took 50 teams of horses and 200 men over a year to clear the land of boulders and debris to construct this gem in the Canadian Rockies. You know those photos of people golfing in the Rocky Mountains and there are steep mountain faces with snow caps in the distance? Yeah, that’s what golfing here is like.

Sagebrush, Merrit, British Columbia
18 Holes, Par 72, 4,872-7,399 Yards

Nestled on 400 acres above Nicola Lake, this course offers incredible views of B.C.’s Nicola Valley while flowing with the contour and rolls and meanders of the land. In addition to golfing, world-class fly fishing, hiking, swimming, kayaking, and winery touring are all available in the area.

The Links At Crowbush Cove, Morrell, PEI
18 Holes, Par 72, 6,903 Yards

Early birdie catches the sunrise 🏌⛳️

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Scanning over the north shore dunes of Prince Edward Island, Crowbush stands as one of the most challenging courses in North America…. AKA not a beginner golf course.

Humber Valley, Deer Lake, Newfoundland And Labrador
18 Holes, Par 72, 7,199 Yards

Newfoundland and Labrador’s Humber Valley golf course serves up some epic views of Deer Lake and the Humber River via rolling fairways and soft greens. Noted for being as welcoming to an advanced golfer as someone just learning the sport, and for its insane view on a 400-foot elevation via the 18th hole.

Muskoka Bay, Gravenhurst, Ontario
18 Holes, Par 72, 4,981 to 7,367 Yards

Towering hardwood forests, pristine lakes, exposed Canadian shield, and a 17,000 square foot Clifftop Clubhouse make this one of the better recreational and social centre in the area.

Le Geant, Mont Tremblant, Quebec
18 Holes, Par 72, 6,836 Yards

Sculpted into the mountainside with wild views of the immense Laurentian landscape, this course offers up some looks of the Mont Tremblant region that aren’t seen very often.

Dakota Dunes, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
18 holes, Par 72, 5100 – 7300 Yards

Located south of Saskatoon on Whitecap Dakota First Nation lands, Dakota Dunes is one of the more beautiful grassland courses in the world. Flora and fauna change regularly throughout the golf season so plan to go a couple times throughout the year.
Did we miss one of your favourite golf courses? Let us know in the comments below.

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