Prince Edward Island

Situated in the Gulf of St Lawrence, the maritime province of Prince Edward Island is the smallest in the country in physical size and by population, with approximately 140,000 people occupying a territory of just under 2,200 square miles. PEI hosted the Charlottesown Conference – the first meeting that led to the creation of the Canadian nation – in 1864, becoming the seventh province to join the Confederation nine years later.

The Prince Edward Island Golf Association was formed in 1971 and it’s the governing body for 28 clubs, ranging from Mill River in the west to Rollo Bay Greens in the east of the island. The PEIGA organises dozens of competitions around many of its member clubs during the golfing season.

Prolific Canadian architect Tom McBroom designed the Links at Crowbush Cove course in 1993 and it regularly features near the top of the national golf course listings. Dundarave was unveiled a little later – in 1999 to be precise – and this Michael Hurdzan/Dana Fry creation also makes a regular appearance in the Canadian Top 100 rankings.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Prince Edward Island

Links at Crowbush Cove

1st Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

The Links at Crowbush Cove is an 18-hole public course situated on what was formerly “swampy campground” on the north coast of Prince Edward Island.

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Description: The Links at Crowbush Cove is an 18-hole public course situated on what was formerly “swampy campground” on the north coast of Prince Edward Island. Rating: 4 out of 6

Dundarave

2nd Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

Opening in 1999 at the Rodd Brudenell River Resort on the east side of Prince Edward Island, Dundarave golf course is regarded as the more challenging of the resort's two 18-hole layouts...

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Description: Opening in 1999 at the Rodd Brudenell River Resort on the east side of Prince Edward Island, Dundarave golf course is regarded as the more challenging of the resort's two 18-hole layouts... Rating: 5 out of 6

Mill River

3rd Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

Set on the western side of PEI, the Mill River golf course measures 6,885 yards from the tips. It was originally designed by Robbie Robinson and then restored in recent times by Graham Cooke.

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Andersons Creek

4th Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

Designed by Graham Cooke and unveiled in 2003, the course at Andersons Creek Golf Club lies just off the north central coast of PEI in Stanley Bridge, with water hazards in play at half the holes on the scorecard.

Green Gables

5th Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

A 1939 Stanley Thompson design, the course at Green Gables Golf Club was recently rejuvenated by Thomas McBroom using original Stanley Thompson plans.

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Eagles Glenn

6th Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

The Eagles Glenn of Cavendish course is laid out close to the north shore of PEI, facing the Gulf of St Lawrence, and all eighteen holes are named after the original Scottish families who first settled in the nearby town.

Glen Afton

7th Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

Overlooking St. Peter’s Island in the Northumberland Strait, the Glen Afton Golf Club course is a seaside delight, with four holes laid out beside the coast, and it’s been operated by three generations of the same family since opening in 1973.

Brudenell River

8th Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

A Robbie Robinson design from the late 1960s, the Brudenell River course is the older of the two 18-hole layouts at the Brudenell River Resort on the east side of Prince Edward Island...

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Fox Meadow

9th Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

Fox Meadow Golf Course lies only four miles from Charlottesville, via the Hillsborough River Bridge. Established by Simon Compton in 2000, this enterprising 18-hole layout was sold to another local businessman, Cory Gray, at the end of 2016.

Glasgow Hills

10th Prince Edward Island - Best in Area

The course at Glasgow Hills Golf Club is a Les Furber layout which debuted in 2001. Fairways are set out on an elevated section of rolling landscape, offering fabulous views of the surrounding countryside and the Gulf of St Lawrence.