Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant - Quebec - Canada

Le Maître de Mont-Tremblant,
650 Rue Grande Allee,
Ville de Mont-Tremblant,
Quebec,
J8E 2L8,
Canada


  • +1 819 425 9888

  • Golf Club Website

  • 85 miles NW of Montreal city centre

  • Welcome as a guest of an affiliated resort

  • Mark Trepanier

  • Fred Couples with Graham Cooke and Gene Bates

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The spectacular mountain resort of Mount Tremblant in the Laurentian district of Quebec is well known for its fantastic golf facilities, boasting no fewer than seven championship courses within minutes of each other, and Le Maître is one of the best of these.

Opening in 2001, Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant winds its way in two returning loops of nine over 260 acres of woodland along the shores of the Riviere du Diable (“Devil’s River”), treating golfers to dramatic changes in elevation and wonderful scenic vistas through dense pine forest and alongside glistening waterways.

Masters Champion in 1992, Fred Couples worked with Gene Bates of Couples Bates Golf Design in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and Montreal-based Canadian architect Graham Cooke to design the 18-hole layout.

Part of a ClubLink leisure complex that includes tennis and swimming facilities, Le Maître is the first Fred Couples Signature Design course to open in Canada and – rather unique for a mountain course – it traverses three distinct types of topography: open and rolling, dense forest and valley marshland.
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Description: Opening in 2001, Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant winds its way in two returning loops of nine over 260 acres of woodland along the shores of the Riviere du Diable... Rating: 5 out of 6 Reviews: 1

I went to this course in February 2006 and it was covered in snow. In the winter they use it to take tourists dog-sledding with Huskeys. The track goes alongside many of the holes and even when it is covered in snow it is beautiful. I can only begin to imagine how nice it is to play golf there. Mont Tremblant is a great resort - for the winter the ski-ing is excellent and in the summer it also continues to liven up with golf and other activities. Its only a 6 hour flight from London too. and its lovely.
5 / 6
Le Maitre de Mont-Tremblant
August 11, 2010


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Eugene Rizok
May 30, 2018

Played course on Mon. May 28 as part of a Fairmont package. Greens were in horrendous shape. 95% of the greens should have been closed as well as the practice green. Fairways were passable only. A real unpleasant experience. I would rate the course as very poor at this time and, in fact, I recommend Fairmont take it off their golf package list.