Calgary – Canmore – Banff - Jasper
Breathtaking scenery, championship design. Many of the courses dropped into the Canadian Rockies are among the most memorable in the world. Centered in the province of Alberta and heading west from Calgary, you can find several must-play courses that inspire awe, and might even improve your game as the elevation and thin mountain air can add an easy 10 yards to your drives. These courses are situated in the valleys that hug this northern stretch of the Rockies, with massive peaks rising up around you.
Within a 45 minute drive stretching from Kananaskis to Banff you will find course with a mountain of golf accolades on a global scale. Starting with the refreshed Kananaskis Country courses that re-open after a devastating flood some five years later. 2018 Welcomes back the gem of Alberta Golf. Discover awe-inspiring views and renowned golf layouts to match. Immaculate lush fairways, bent grass greens, over 120 silica sand bunkers, and six sets of tee boxes are framed by glacier-fed creeks and ponds, the cascading Kananaskis River and glimpses of majestic wildlife. A short distance away from the vibrant resort town of Canmore, Alberta you will find two spectacular golf course in Silver Tip and Stewart Creek which offer unbound scenery and wildlife.
The Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course located within Banff National Park, this course is a natural panoramic wonder that's both challenging and captivating. Surrounding mountain cliffs stare down on you on nearly every green of the championship course. The original 18 holes were designed by Canada's master golf architect, Stanley Thompson, back in 1928. With a judicious use of bunkers and a layout that hugs the winding Bow River, it's a course that thrills amateurs and professionals alike.