Once cold temperatures and winter-like weather make their exit, few activities excite more than a round of golf outdoors. Whether it be competitive, relaxing, work-related, or a long-weekend getaway, the province of Saskatchewan is home to some of Canada’s best golf courses.

Locals or visitors looking to tee-off in Saskatchewan can have their pick of over 200 golf courses across the province, with some recently ranked in the top 100 in Canada. With the most courses per capita in the country, Saskatchewan’s golf scene offers affordable green fees, and wide-open spaces complemented by beautiful streams and rolling hills. So, what are you waiting for? Score an ace of an experience at one of these top golf courses in Saskatchewan!

Dakota Dunes Golf Links Saskatchewan

Play Among the Beauty of the Landscape at Dakota Dunes Golf Links

Closest metropolitan city: Saskatoon, SK

Ranked among the top 100 courses in Canada, and the number one public course in Saskatchewan, the Dakota Dunes Golf Links is located just a short drive from Saskatoon, SK. More specifically, it is located on the historical Whitecap Dakota First Nation lands at the heights of the South Saskatchewan River Valley Basin. This 18-hole course is spaciously laid out with added natural challenges presented by sand dune formations. With its grand fairways and five tee deck yardages ranging from 5100 to 7300 yards, you’ll have more than enough space to show off your skill or try something new. While making your way from one hole to the next, be sure to take a moment to appreciate the course’s ever-changing flora and other greenery including crocuses, cactus flowers, wild roses, and more.

After the final hole, unwind at the first-class clubhouse. This 7100 square foot space is home to an on-site restaurant, pro-shop and incredible views of the South Saskatchewan River Valley Basin to the west.

Riverside Country Club Saskatchewan Golf Course

Conquer the Rolling Fairways at the Riverside Country Club

Closest metropolitan city: Saskatoon, SK

The Riverside Country Club was established in 1912 by a group of Saskatoon businessmen who set out to design a golf facility reminiscent of Britain’s best courses. Since then, the club has lived up to its prestige with several appearances on Canada’s list of top 100 courses. Conveniently located just a short drive from Saskatoon, SK, this private club is also open to guests. It features an 18-hole, par 72 course with 7 tee boxes. Stunning panoramic prairie views are guaranteed with every visit.

Once you get out onto the course, you’ll immediately notice the landscape that features rolling fairways, mature trees, and a breathtaking river view. Despite its beauty, Riverside Country Club has long been considered one of Canada’s most challenging courses, so be sure to bring your best game. If you want to warm up before hitting the greens, take advantage of the clubs driving range and three-hole short course (complete with sand bunkers).

Waskesiu Golf Course Saskatchewan

Golf at Waskesiu, one of the Oldest Golf Courses in Western Canada

Closest metropolitan city: Prince Albert, SK

Located about an hour north of Prince Albert, SK is Waskesiu Golf Course, one of Western Canada’s oldest golf courses. Built amongst the stunning landscape of Prince Albert National Park in 1935, the course still maintains much of its original 18-hole layout today. While you drive, chip, and putt across the course grounds, be sure to appreciate the beauty of both the front and back 9, which was carved out of northern Saskatchewan forest.

Whether you’re a beginner or in need of a pre-round warm-up, Waskesiu Golf Course has you covered. Take advantage of the available practice facility, which includes a putting green, driving range, and practice bunker. The pre and post-game activities don’t stop there. Stop by the Golf Clubhouse for a panoramic view of Waskesiu Lake. This architectural gem has even been designated a heritage building. While gazing out towards the mature trees and immaculate greens, indulge in hearty breakfast options in the morning or tender baby back ribs at lunch or dinner.

Royal Regina Saskatchewan Golf Courses

Enjoy a Round at the Prestigious Royal Regina Golf Club

Closest metropolitan city: Regina, SK

Enjoy a premium golf experience at the Royal Regina Golf Club, Saskatchewan’s first golf course. Though it has relocated three times since its founding, its current location, just a 5‑minute drive from Regina’s downtown core, is where it has resided since 1901. Whether you’re a member or a guest, this private course is challenging and requires skill beyond a great long ball game. Golfers will encounter narrow fairways that demand the need to play precise approach shots, a true determinant of skill.

Whether you’re looking for a quick snack or some fine dining, the 18,000 square-foot clubhouse at the Royal Regina Golf Club has you covered. Whether its pre or post-game, this clubhouse is always home to scenic views and remarkable service.

Deer Valley Golf Club Saskatchewan

Experience the Scenic Qu’Appelle Valley at the Deer Valley Golf Club

Closest metropolitan city: Regina, SK

Often considered one of Saskatchewan’s most scenic landscapes, the Qu’Appelle Valley is home to a 430 kilometer (270mi) long river that begins in Lake Diefenbaker in southwestern Saskatchewan. Nestled within the landscape is the Deer Valley Golf Club, located just 15 minutes northwest of Regina.

Meticulously maintained in championship condition, the Deer Valley Golf Club offers an ideal level of complexity for those just starting as well as those with a higher degree of skill. 

Ensuring you a great experience from start to finish, the clubhouse is home to a casual dining experience and unparalleled views of the course and valley. On your way out, stop by the on-site Golf Shop where PGA of Canada professionals will help you pick out new gear or a souvenir to remember your experience by.

Whether you stop at one or more of these phenomenal golf courses around Saskatchewan’s main hubs, also consider adding these prairie landmarks to your itinerary.

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