Golfing In Montreal, Canada

Golfing In Montreal, Canada

Montreal is a great place for golf, as long as you show up between June and September (at the latest). Maybe we’re biased, as the Fairway Team all grew up in the greater Montreal region. There are quite a few gems around the city that are accessible to the public and quite affordable too! Here are our top courses in Montreal, Canada:

1/ Falcon Golf Club: The Falcon Golf Club, located outside of Montreal, in the quaint town of Hudson along the banks of the Ottawa River, is consistently ranked among the best public courses in all of Canada. It is absolutely worth the drive. At just over 7100 yards, Falcon blends gently into its beautiful surroundings and uses its landscape to challenge even the most seasoned golfer. Considered by some golfers as compact, the tree-lined fairways will challenge your accuracy and make you earn your score with your iron play.

To play this beautiful course, you might expect to pay huge greens fees, but that's not the case at the Falcon, as golfers will pay anywhere from $44 to $76 for a truly memorable round.

 2/ Atlantide Golf Club: The Atlantide Golf Club sits only 30 minutes outside of Montreal but feels like it's years away. Opened in 1990, renowned Canadian architect Graham Cooke designed the Atlantide course. Cooke took advantage of the natural site of the historic Pointe-du-Moulin to make a visually appealing challenging golf course. Unfortunately, Atlantide is a championship course stretching over 6700 yards where the wind off the Lac St-Louis coast can wreck havoc on your shots, and the greens can trick you into a false sense of security.

Rates are incredibly reasonable, as golfers can expect to pay anywhere from $35 to $90 per round, depending on when they play.

3/ Club De Golf de L’Ile de Montreal - Ireland Course: Club De Golf de L'lle de Montreal – Ireland is a links-style course measuring just over 6800 that was built in 2003 on top of an old landfill. Designed by Irishman Pat Ruddy, the Ireland course (formerly known as the South Course) has many attractive and skillfully crafted holes that will challenge even the most seasoned golfers. Consistently rated as one of the best courses in Quebec, this open links-style course will challenge you with seven of the elven par-4's playing over 400 yards. Truly a piece of Ireland, on the Montreal Island!

Rates to play this challenging course are reasonable at $54 on weekdays and $60 on weekends.

4/ Chateau-Bromont Golf: Chateau-Bromont Golf is a par-72 public course that plays just over 6600 yards, which is set at the base of a mountain. Chateau-Bromont is nothing short of beautiful, boasting elevated tees, complex doglegs, and perfectly manicured greens that result in an authentic golfing experience. Chateau-Bromont is no ordinary round of golf and will challenge you with every swing of the club, all with the picturesque backdrop of ski slopes behind you.

Beauty at a reasonable rate will keep you coming back to Chateau-Bromont, as rates are just $57.50 on weekdays and $67.50 on weekends.

5/ Saint Raphael Golf: Club De Golf Saint Raphael Golf is located in the heart of the charming Île Bizard, just minutes from the city, consisting of two courses totaling 36 holes of championship golfThis hidden gem challenges you at every corner; with tight tree-lined fairways that seem to shrink every time you stand on the tee box, golfers are challenged to shoot with accuracy.  Well-placed bunkers often surround the large greens, which are often hidden based on the changing elevation. Each course is set at a par-72, with course number 1 (Red Course) playing at a little over 6500 yards and course 2 (Blue Course) playing a bit longer at 7000 yards.

Both courses' rates are extremely reasonable and vary from $30 to $79.50.


Hit ‘em straight!

The Fairway Team

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