Where can I play golf in Quebec

Golf in Canada

Did you know that golf is one of the most popular sports in Canada? Practically every larger town has at least one golf course, in every province and territory without exception there are courses that are unique due to their design or location.

Whether in Vancouver or Calgary, in Québec or Banff, Canada offers the right place for every requirement and every taste. The top addresses include, for example, some courses on Prince Edward Island such as Crowbush or Glasgow Hills, but also, for example, the SilverTips Golf Club in Banff or the Golf Nicklaus North Golf Club in Whistler. Places like Cape Breton Highlands / Ingonish or Hamilton CC / Ancaster are even among the best in the world. So it's no wonder that the country has long ceased to be an insider tip among passionate golfers.

Golf in Canada © iStockphoto / Steve McBeath

The big advantage of the Canadian courses is that there is usually no handicap requirement, but attention is paid to speedy play and compliance with rules and etiquette. The green fees are cheap and there are often neither waiting times nor crowds, on the contrary: it can happen that you are practically alone on the green. If you want to make the best possible use of these paradisiacal conditions, it is best to book a golf trip right away - or a stay in one of the numerous golf resorts. Anyone who knows that they will spend most of their time on the pitch often has the opportunity to book a cheap green fee flat rate for the duration of their stay, usually including the use of a go-kart.