Course Information

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COURSE LAYOUT

Athabasca Golf and Country Club was originally a nine hole layout designed in 1963. The course was expanded to a full eighteen holes in 1995 by Sid Puddicombe. Now with a recent $1.8 million renovation (also by Puddicombe) it boasts the 4th most difficult challenges in all of Canada. This beautiful course has much to offer even the most experienced golfer. During your round you may encounter a variety of wildlife including fox, moose, deer or even the occasional bear. Come test your skill and enjoy the natural beauty of Northern Alberta.

Course superintendent Hugh Greene and his staff work diligently to present club members and public players with a day of golf they’ll long remember, thanks to careful maintenance. The greens are receptive, yet the undulations they present make putting a true test of anyone’s game. The areas leading to those greens, the fairways and rough, are manicured to perfection each and every day. When you tee it up on a golf course like Athabasca, you’ll find out what a great game golf is!

Benefits Of Becoming A Member Of The Athabasca Golf & Country Club

~ Unlimited Rounds of Golf

~ Unlimited Use of the Driving Range

~ Pro Shop Discounts

WELL - STOCKED PRO SHOP AND KNOWLEDGEABLE STAFF

PRO SHOP | DRESS CODE

PRO SHOP

Our well-stocked pro shop with knowledgeable staff can help you make those important decisions on the latest golf gear you must have. Come see our wide selection of clothing and apparel, including some of the latest clubs in our pro shop.

DRESS CODE

The Athabasca Golf and Country Club dress code requests that golfers wear a collared golf or polo shirt. Women’s sleeveless shirts are acceptable, however men’s sleeveless shirts are not.  Golf pants and shorts are recommended. Jeans are acceptable, but not preferred. Footwear must be appropriate for the course; running shoes, sneakers, and soft spiked golf shoes are all allowed. For protection of the golfing landscape, no heeled shoes or boots are allowed on the course.

Thank you for following the Dress Code.