13 Lush Golf Courses. 13 Provincial Parks.
When it comes to golf, there’s something special about pulling up to the first tee box and looking down a groomed fairway surrounded by tall trees (or wide-open prairie) and clear blue sky. Mix in the sounds of birds chirping, water flowing and other songs of nature, and it’s hard to not feel a sense of peace and relaxation.
If you’re planning a trip to a Saskatchewan provincial park this summer, there is a good chance that an impressive golf course is nearby.
Below are 13 courses with close connections to provincial parks. Due to COVID-19, courses have made changes to adhere to health guidelines. Book your tee time in advance and respect the rules and procedures in place.
One of Saskatchewan's premier courses, Golf Kenosee is nestled in the forests of Moose Mountain Provincial Park, atop the highest plateau in the province’s southeast corner. The 18-hole resort track puts a premium on straight, accurate shots. Its sheltered fairways remain player friendly, even on a windy day.
Enjoy the serenity of the great outdoors on Jackfish Lodge Golf Course, which features bent grass greens, bluegrass fairways and native grass rough. The course offers 18 well-groomed holes, each offering a unique challenge. Smaller greens on the front nine require good approach shots and accurate chipping, while the back nine test your putting skills. Spectacular views of Jackfish Lake add to the experience.
Northern Meadows Golf Club is the perfect setting for 18 holes. The picturesque course features fairways cut out of boreal forest, wide-open landing areas over gently rolling terrain, smooth-rolling bent grass greens and lush fairways.
Candle Lake Golf Resort features an 18-hole course that delights golfers of all skill levels. Test your skills on its long fairways and challenging water hazards and sand traps, set against a picturesque forest backdrop.
Echo Ridge Golf Course, situated in the resort town of Fort Qu'Appelle, is a challenging 9-hole course with well-manicured greens and fairways, friendly staff and a licensed clubhouse.
Carved into forests of birch, poplar and trembling aspens, Loon Lake Golf Course and Country Club is a beautiful 9-hole golf course with grass-carpeted fairways and well-maintained greens. Its new clubhouse offers licensed dining, a lounge, pro shop and banquet room.
Play 18 holes of championship golf at Green Hills Golf Resort, situated in beautiful Greenwater Lake Provincial Park. The challenging course features silica sand traps, water hazards and manicured fairways with breathtaking hilltop views.
A perfect destination for a summer getaway, Good Spirit Golf Resort features an 18-hole, tree-lined course that tests golfers of all handicaps. Its 6326-yard (women 5875-yard) layout appeals to experienced and recreational golfers. Check out the pro shop and inquire about their Stay and Play packages.
Enjoy the scenic vistas from every tee box and green on this 7,000-yard, 18-hole championship golf course located on the shores of beautiful Lake Diefenbaker. Enjoy the panoramic views of Lake Diefenbaker from the patio. Browse the fully stocked pro shop.
Situated on the bluffs overlooking scenic Lake Diefenbaker, Harbor Golf Club & Resort is an 18-hole championship course that offers an exciting challenge to all levels of golf enthusiasts. Beautiful views of the harbour are visible from the clubhouse.
Cut out of dense spruce, birch and aspen forest in the rolling hills of Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Madge Lake Golf Resort is an 18-hole championship course with breathtaking scenery and an abundance of wildlife.
Katepwa Beach Golf Course, nestled in the Qu'Appelle Valley, is one of the most scenic golf courses on the Canadian prairies. With undulating terrain, dramatic elevation changes and meticulously maintained greens, the course treats seasoned and recreational golfers to an unforgettable experience.
Situated in beautiful Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Cypress Hills Golf Course boasts stunning scenery and lush irrigated grass greens and fairways. The 9-hole golf course offers enjoyment for every age and level of experience. It’s a hidden gem nestled among a lodgepole pine forest in the middle of the prairies at an elevation of 1392 metres above sea level.
Safe Travels and Happy Golfing!
Plan ahead. Due to COVID-19, many courses are not allowing walk-ons. Book your tee time in advance and respect the rules and procedures in place to keep everyone safe while you golf.
The Government of Saskatchewan provides specific guidelines for golf courses to help you understand the current rules and plan your visit.Also, check out this handy map to see the location of the golf courses listed above.