Operated by the Tsuu T’ina Nation, Redwood Meadows Golf & Country Club opened for business with a 9-hole course in 1976 but this was quickly expanded to a full 18-hole layout within a couple of years of the club’s formation.
Today, the course can be stretched to over 7,000 from the back tees, playing to a par of 72, configured as two distinct circuits of nine holes. Feature holes include par threes at the 8th and 12th, with both sand-protected greens sitting behind intimidating ponds. The two nines return to the clubhouse via significantly doglegging par fours; the 9th veering right from the tee and the 18th bending to the left.
The club hosted two editions of the short-lived Alberta Classic on what was then called the Nationwide Tour in 2004 and 2005. David Hearn from Ontario won the first of these tournaments with a one-shot victory over the field then Peter Tomasulo from California won the third and final edition of the event a year later.