Canmore golf courses
If you are a golfer then Canmore offers three 18 hole golf courses within it's municipality, with a fourth course soon to be added. All three golf courses are set amidst what is one of North America's most spectacular mountain locations, and the quality of these courses is renowned.
Canmore Golf & Curling Club
Nestling along the shores of the Upper Bow River, Canmore Golf Club was established in 1926, constructed and funded by the residents of Canmore. In 1988 the Curling Club joined the Golf Club.
As well as providing golf in a phenomenal setting, the club also provides dining facilities in the Main Dining Room and the Curling Lounge which are also available for breakfast or luncheon conferences, dinner parties and receptions.
Semi-private it is open seven days a week, carts optional.
|Location:||2000 - 8th Avenue|
SilverTip Golf & Country Club
This world class golf course offers a unique mountain golf experience. Nestled above the town of Canmore on the side of Mount Lady MacDonald, SilverTip is an 18 hole 7,200 yard championship golf course, designed by the renowned golf architect Les Furber.
Ranging in elevation from 1,310 metres to 1,560 metres, the course has a bird's eye view of the Bow Valley corridor, with the highest point on the course, the 9th tee, offering jaw dropping views. Golfers can expect frequent wildlife spectators watching them tee off.
Open seven days a week, carts necessary.
|Location:||1000 SilverTip Trail|
Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club
Developed under the masterful hand of golf course architect Gary Browning (a Canmore native), the course features breathtaking mountain views, abundant wildlife, abandoned mine shafts and it's namesake, Stewart Creek, on a challenging yet fair layout.
The golf course offers 18 championship holes, 7,195 yards to make it an unbelievable mountain golfing experience.
Open seven days a week.
|Location:||1 Stewart Creek Road|