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Country Club Montréal is a sprawling golf course near the riverside. This 18-hole course links was formerly a polo venue but was transformed into a breathtaking golf course in the year 1910. Counted as one of the oldest fairways of Greater Montreal, this time-honored facility was re-structured to the plans of celebrated architect Roy Dye in the year 1974. The par-72 layout boasts of an exciting golf season from May to October.
Golf Île des Soeurs Montréal has many different courses from beginner level to expert level. They are also into day camping facilities for the children. The golf course offers special family membership packages which consist of two adults and children. Labelled as one of the top eco-friendly fairways of the region, it features an intelligently imagined 9-hole layout, complete with distinctive holes typical of golf courses from parts of the world.
Nicely located in residential Côte-St-Luc, this course isn't especially high-class, but it's very affordable and well maintained. The clubhouse staff is friendly and offers a snack bar, pro shop, and all the other usual amenities. Meadowbrook doesn't play particularly long, though some beautiful old trees come into the picture, and the greens fees are a very manageable on weekends. It is just minutes west of Montreal. Reserved tee times are taken only on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
A municipal course, this newer Graham Cooke design is extremely popular. Course maintenance and the overall effect have reportedly improved somewhat over the past years, adding to the enjoyment of the two 18-hole layouts. The Oakville course plays 6700 yards at par 72, while the Gentilly course plays a more merciful 6200 yards at par 71; each can provide an enjoyable round, especially midweek.
The Mount Bruno Golf Club is a historic club located in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville. This private club is categorized into the exclusive lot and has members from all around the world. The 18-hole golf course is the most reputed one in Canada. Its elevated tees, mountain terrain and downhill slopes make it one of the most challenging courses in the world, and is often featured in the final legs of some of the biggest golfing tournaments.
Founded in 1873, the Royal Montreal Golf Club claims to be one of oldest golf clubs in all of North America and one of the few 'Royal' designated golf clubs. Comprising three professional courses, including the nine-hole Dixie Course, this clubs offers an immense challenge to golfers of varying skill levels. The venue for some of the biggest golfing tournaments, this is also where some of the biggest names in the golfing world practice their swing.