Go Golfing east of Edmonton!

August continues to be a prime month for Albertans to explore their surroundings and most importantly, work in a round or two - there's no better time than right now. Here’s an offering of some of the best golf courses East of Edmonton.

Redwater Golf Club

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Only a half hour away, the Redwater Golf Club boasts fantastic greens and a fully licensed clubhouse to help create a great golf experience. Its proximity to the city alongside a number of accommodation spots such as hotels and campsites along with the fact that it’s nine-hole course makes this course ideal for hosting tournaments.

Vegreville Kinsmen Golf Club

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This Vegreville golf course is a pretty sight, with over 3370 yards of nine-hole action. It’s no cakewalk however; there’s some difficult fairways and water hazards that’ll threaten to wreck your game if you’re not too careful.

Elk Island Golf Course

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One of the oldest courses in Alberta, designed by Stanley Thompson himself. It’s a picturesque sight, tucked away in the trees of Elk Island National Park boasting expansive fairways in a tight nine-hole course. The Elk Island Golf Course features a clubhouse (complete with air conditioning!) that offers the only meal service in Elk Island, making this a rare sight in the huge wilderness of Elk Island National Park.

Broadmoor Golf Course

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Described as Strathcona’s most spectacular course, the 18-hole Broadmoor Golf Course is a worthy challenge for all golfers. With newly renovated greens and a licenced clubhouse, this resort is great venue.

Northern Ridge Golf & RV Resort

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Being located in Boyle is one reason why Northern Ridge is such a pretty sight - nothing but farmland for miles. It helps that this is the only golf course on the list that features over 50 camping sites, making it absolutely perfect for a weekend away from the city.

Fort Saskatchewan Golf & Curling Club

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One of Alberta’s toughest nine-hole courses, this club is not one for the faint of heart. Featuring a huge array of hazards like a wandering creek and a small pond in the center of the 8th fairway, expect to be throwing away a ton of shots if you’re not prepared.


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