Alberta

Top 100 Golf Courses - Alberta

Windermere - Alberta

21st Alberta - Best in Area

A Robbie Robinson design, the Windermere Golf and Country Club course debuted in 1957. Water plays a large part in proceedings on the back nine, where the flowing waters of the North Saskatchewan River effect beauty and danger in equal measure.

Canyon Meadows

22nd Alberta - Best in Area

Exactly fifty years after its debut in 1957, the course at Canyon Meadows Golf & Country Club reopened after an extensive renovation to add new tees, rebuild greens to USGA standards, improve bunkers and install a new irrigation system.

Paradise Canyon

23rd Alberta - Best in Area

Situated near Lethbridge in South Alberta, the fairways at Paradise Canyon Golf Resort lie on the banks of The Old Man River.

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Dinosaur Trail

24th Alberta - Best in Area

Situated outside Drumheller in the badlands of east-central Alberta, Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club is a Sid Puddicombe design that opened as a 9-hole layout in 1965. Thirty years later, it was doubled in size to its current 18-hole configuration.

Sirocco

25th Alberta - Best in Area

Designed by Bill Robinson, the course at Sirocco Golf Club is set out within a massive 940-acre property to the south of Calgary. Pine Creek comes into play occasionally, most notably on the 438-yard 18th, where it must be crossed twice.

Glendale

26th Alberta - Best in Area

American Han Lee won his second Canadian Amateur Championship when Glendale Golf and Country Club hosted the 97th edition of this prestigious national event in 2000.

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Silvertip

27th Alberta - Best in Area

The spectacular Rocky Mountain setting of Les Furber’s SilverTip Resort course – where fairways rise and fall through 600 feet of elevation change – is second to none.

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Country Hills (Talons)

28th Alberta - Best in Area

The 18-hole Talons course at Country Hills Golf Club is an early 1990s layout which was redesigned by Tom McBroom in 2006, the architect accentuating its links-style character with bent grass and fescues, as well as improving the bunker strategy.

Dunes Golf & Winter Club

29th Alberta - Best in Area

Situated south of Grande Prairie in the Peace River Country region of Alberta, the course at Dunes Golf & Winter Club is an early 1990s design overlooking the Wapiti River, with fairways carved from a forest of pine and poplar trees.

Redwood Meadows

30th Alberta - Best in Area

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.