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Explore The Beauty of Alberta, Canada’s Golf Courses

Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club in Canmore is situated just outside the gates of Banff National Park.

Kananaskis Country Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, offers 36 holes on Mount Kidd and Mount Lorette courses.

Northern Bear Golf Club, located 30 minutes east of Edmonton, is the only Jack Nicklaus designed course in Alberta. It’s considered one of the premier public access courses in the region.

Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club in Drumheller lives up to its name. The back nine spans a badlands landscape with a view of a dinosaur fossil in the hillside. 

Woodside Golf Course

Plan your next visit to southern Alberta and the city of Airdrie – be sure to bring your clubs along for the ride and book a tee time at Woodside Golf Course. Make your next stay in Airdrie as memorable as possible – 18 holes at Woodside should do the trick.

Open to the public, Woodside Golf Course has been a mainstay of southern Alberta golf since it opened in 1988. Woodside Golf Course proves to be ideal for all levels of golfer – they offer on-site lessons if you're a novice. One of the stand out holes is the 9th, a par 5 measuring in at 512 yards.

Medicine Hat Golf & Country Club

Plan a trip to Alberta and bring your clubs along for the ride. The Medicine Hat Golf and Country Club has been an established golf course in Medicine Hat since 1914. Golfers enjoy playing through the par-72, 18-hole course for a day of fun on the greens.

Take your time practicing your swing at the driving range and practice areas before starting on the course. Visit the Pro Shop to browse the selection of clothing, equipment, clubs and accessories or sign up for a lesson with one of the instructors. Enjoy a beautiful Southern Alberta day on the course – make the most of your visit to Medicine Hat.

McKenzie Meadows Golf Club

Tucked away in Alberta's Fish Creek Park, McKenzie Meadows Golf Club is less than 20 minutes from the core of Calgary. Called "Calgary's Finest Public Golf Facility," the 18-hole championship golf course was designed by esteemed golf course architect Gary Browning, and is complete with seven lakes, white-sand bunkers and four tee boxes.

Group instruction is offered at McKenzie Meadows, with programs like Full Swing School and Pitch Swing And Sand School, while private instruction is also available. The Clubhouse Restaurant offers golfers a chance to cool off and caters events for groups of up to 50. This is a must-play course in southern Alberta.