Golf is a great way to get out and get active, absorb your vitamin D, challenge yourself, or just have a laugh with some friends. Local golf aficionados don't have far to travel to find a great course, the undulating knob and kettle terrain lends itself well to the sport. Ranging from easy 9-hole courses to elite, more challenging Jack Nicklaus signature courses, there is something for everyone.
"The only sure rule in golf is he who has the fastest cart never has to play the bad lie." – Mickey Mantle
Driving Ranges & Virtual Golf
Practice makes perfect!
- Crosswinds Driving Range [on Hwy 21, between Fort Sask & the Park] Driving range, putting green & lessons
- Evolution Golf Simulators [Sherwood Park] Lessons, leagues and simulators.
- Fort Lanes [Fort Saskatchewan] Virtual golf simulator (and bowling!).
- Golf Den Lounge & Eatery [Sherwood Park] Indoor golf simulators & lounge. Online booking available
- Golftec [Sherwood Park] Golf lessons, instructions and golf fitting. State of the art training centre.
- Long Shotz Driving Range & Golf Academy [Sherwood Park] Driving range & lessons. Night driving available
- Belvedere Golf & Country Club [south of Hwy. 14] Exclusive private member club, 18 holes.
- Broadmoor Golf Course [Sherwood Park] Affordable, 18 hole public golf course in the heart of Sherwood Park.
- Country Side Golf Club [south of Hwy.14 on RR 232] Family run 27 hole golf course and driving range.
- Elk Island Golf Course [Elk Island National Park] Where else can you golf with bison? 9 holes in the heart of the National Park.
- Fort in View [just northwest of Fort Saskatchewan] Affordable, public 27 hole (3 x 9 holes) course and driving range.
- Fort Saskatchewan Golf & Curling Club [in the Fort] Affordable, public 18 hole course right in Fort Saskatchewan.
- Fox Run Golf Course [Ardrossan] Public 18 hole course and driving range in Ardrossan, Alberta.
- Legends Golf & Country Club [north of Hwy. 16] Public 27 hole course, driving range and putting greens.
- Northern Bear Golf [near South Cooking Lake] Award-winning course just south east of Sherwood Park.
"They call it golf because all the other four letter words were taken." - Ray Floyd
"Disc golf is played much like golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, though, players use a flying disc or Frisbee®. The sport was formalized in the 1970s and shares with golf the object of completing each hole in the fewest strokes (or, in the case of disc golf, fewest throws).
A golf disc is thrown from a tee area to a target, which is the "hole." The hole can be one of a number of disc golf targets; the most common is an elevated metal basket. Disc golf shares the same joys and frustrations of golf, whether it's sinking a long putt or hitting a tree halfway down the fairway." - Professional Disc Golf Association