Hit the Links in Saskatchewan's Prairie Life & City Lights
Welcome to the Prairie Life & City Lights zone. Here, you will not only find endless prairie horizons, but parks surrounded by valleys, trees and lakes. Our spacious cities and small towns are rich in art and culture. Eat your way through delicious farm-to-table meals or enjoy a cold beer from one of many craft breweries. Your next surprise is just down the highway, and every detour leads to something incredible.
For golfers, the news gets even better. In this zone, you are close to plenty of many amazing courses. Whether it’s a short 5-10-minute drive from the city, or a classic Saskatchewan road trip (30-60 minute drive), its easy to find a great golf course nearby. Shine up the clubs and get ready for an unforgettable golf experience. These 12 courses help put Saskatchewan on the map as a golf destination.
Moose Mountain Provincial Park - 18 holes
One of Saskatchewan's premier courses, Golf Kenosee sits in an expansive park on the southeast's highest plateau, amidst the forests of Moose Mountain Provincial Park. The 18-hole resort puts a premium on straight, accurate shots and its sheltered fairways remain player friendly, even on a windy day. Visit Club 19 and take in the scenic view of the golf course while enjoying a refreshment or meal.
White Bear Lake Golf Course
Carlyle - 18 holes
A hop, skip and a jump from Golf Kenosee, White Bear Lake Golf Course is renowned for its scenic beauty and quality conditions. This shot-maker’s course has bentgrass greens and the only white silica sand bunkers in southern Saskatchewan. It features three sets of tees, and has long, challenging and well-treed fairways in a highland of hills, lakes and ponds.
Deer Valley Golf Club
Regina - 18 holes
Located near Regina, Deer Valley Golf Club is a stunning and challenging 18-hole championship course that winds along Wascana Creek in the beautiful Qu'Appelle Valley. The magnificent clubhouse is a must-see, providing the final touches to this premier golf destination.
Dakota Dunes Golf Links
Whitecap Dakota First Nation (near Saskatoon) - 18 Holes
Dakota Dunes Golf Links is laid spaciously throughout natural sand dune formations and the indigenous prairie grasses that surround its edges. Five tee deck yardages ranging from 5,100 to 7,300 yards remove the threat of being overpowered by today’s technology. Undulating fairways with large greens will welcome shots of every shape. Whatever your ability to play, you will find the yardage and challenge to fit your game.
Moon Lake Golf and Country Club
Saskatoon - 27 holes
Designed with water hazards, heavily mounded fairways and long native grass, Saskatoon's Moon Lake Golf and Country Club is a beautiful 27-hole Scottish links-style championship course. It offers three different 18-hole combinations that will challenge all aspects of your game.
The Legends Golf Club
Warman - 18 holes
Located 15 minutes north of Saskatoon in Warman, Legends Golf Course is a course you have to check out. With five different tee boxes to accommodate golfers of all ages and skill levels, The Legends is a true test of golf for all to enjoy. As a true-links style course, it is protected by thick fescue, rolling fairways and water coming into play on 10 of the 18 holes.
Jackfish Lodge Golf & Conference Centre offers 18 well-groomed, scenic holes to challenge golfers of any calibre. The elevation changes are constant as well as the different doglegs. The front nine offers some smaller greens that require good approach shots and chipping. The back nine comes with bigger greens to put your putter to the test.
Katepwa Beach Golf Club
Katepwa Beach - 9 holes
Katepwa Beach Golf Club is an outstanding golf course nestled in the Qu'Appelle Valley. This course is one of the most scenic golf courses on the Canadian prairies, with undulating terrain, dramatic elevation changes and meticulously maintained greens.
Echo Ridge Golf Course
Fort Qu'Appelle - 9 holes
Situated in Fort Qu'Appelle, in the heart of the beautiful Qu'Appelle Valley, the Echo Ridge Golf Course is a 9-hole course with a challenging layout, manicured greens and fairways, friendly staff and a great licensed clubhouse.
Manitou Beach Golf Club
Manitou Beach - 9 holes
The Manitou Beach Golf Club is a challenging 9-hole course dotted with bunkers and water hazards and the tree-lined fairways to test one’s golfing skills. The course, nestled on the shores of Little Manitou Lake, has treed-lined fairways and large irrigated greens. The clubhouse offers licensed dining, and an adjoining outdoor patio and barbecue.
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 6,326-yard (women 5,875-yard) layout appeals to experienced and recreational golfers.
Deer Park Golf Course
Yorkton - 18 holes
The course is situated on rolling, heavily wooded terrain and is a beautiful setting any golfer can enjoy. Deer Park Golf Course is one of Saskatchewan's top-ranked 18-hole golf courses with water, sand and multiple tee areas that complement the already challenging terrain.
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