Golf Courses Across Alberta
Tee Off in Alberta
Enviable vistas, stunning landscapes, sterling weather, and unique terrain make rounds of golf in Alberta second to none. From northern cities like Jasper and Redwater, to Edmonton and Calgary, tee off and shoot for par in Alberta.
1. Medicine Hat Golf & Country Club
Travel with your clubs into Medicine Hat and enjoy a round of 18 holes at the Medicine Hat Golf & Country Club. While it is a membership required club, the golf course at the Medicine Hat Golf & Country Club is open to the public. The course at the Medicine Hat Golf & Country Club closes for the winter, but is an ideal destination for any southern Alberta travels.
2. McKenzie Meadows Golf Club
A premier links-style golf course in Calgary, the McKenzie Meadows Golf Club yields a full day of fun. Drive in from Srathmore or Airdrie and play 18 stunning holes designed by legendary golf course architect Gary Browning. With seven lakes dotted around the course, water hazards will certainly play a factor during your round at McKenzie Meadows Golf Club.
3. Confederation Park Golf Course
Ideal for any spring or summer visit to the Calgary area, Confederation Park Golf Course is an executive-style course. Play the nine holes once for an expedited experience, or double up for the full 18 holes. You can visit from nearby Three Hills or Canmore. There's a two tiered driving range at the Confederation Park Golf Course, and it features club and cart rentals, and a fully stocked snack bar.
4. Balmoral Golf Course
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Opened in 1963, the Balmoral Golf Course is a prime example of golf in Red Deer. 18 lush and well-manicured holes feature lush fairways, firm greens, and a bevy of sneaky sand traps. The par-3, 15th hole is a real crowd pleaser, as you tee off over a sterling body of water.
5. Victoria Park Golf Club
A perfect destination for any golf adventure during the spring or summer, Victoria Park Golf Club is one of the oldest courses in Edmonton. It is known as the first ever nine-hole course built in Canada. You can play a quick nine, or double up for 18 – there's aslo a 60-stall driving range at Victoria Park Golf Club.
6. Goose Hummock Golf Resort
Opened from spring to the end of fall, Goose Hummock Golf Resort is an 18-hole gem in the town of Gibbons. Drive in from nearby Redwater and enjoy this par-71 course, playing to a total of 6,700 yards from the back tees. With wide, rolling fairways, pesky bunkers, and lots of water in play, you'll find a fun challenge at the Goose Hummock Golf Resort.
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7. Silver Birch Golf CLub
Opened in 1974, the Silver Birch Golf Club is a first-class choice for golfers visiting Fox Creek. Another excellent nine-hole, executive golf course, the Silver Birch Golf Club features an on-site driving range, pro shop, and tree-lined fairways yielding premium views. Visit Fox Creek in northern Alberta soon and book a tee time at for the Silver Birch Golf Club.
8. Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course
Open from May through October, the Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course features 18 exemplary holes, across 6,663 yards and a par of 71. Plan your next visit to Jasper in northern Alberta and book a tee time. Make the short, scenic drive in from Hinton and enjoy elevated tee boxes, expertly located bunkers, and dramatic mountain views.