Top 7 Golf Courses in Saskatoon

Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan. Located south of the Saskatchewan River, it’s a great city to live, work, and play in. Saskatoon ranks highly in terms of housing, safety, and healthcare.

Saskatoon is known for many activities, including Saskatoon boat tours and eco tours fishing charters, but golfing might be its most popular summer game. From historical to modern, 9 holes to 36, and everything in between, Saskatoon is a great destination to play prairie golf.

We here at Leenan Property Management have compiled the top 7 golf courses in Saskatoon, in no particular order.

1. Saskatoon Golf & Country Club

The Saskatoon Golf and Country Club was founded in 1907. It is an 18-hole championship golf course and is the oldest fully-private golf facility in Saskatchewan.

It’s a typical woodlands golf course with challenging greens and tree-lined fairways. There are 4 sets of tees that cater to people who play at all skill levels. Strategic positioning and shot lineup are essential on this Saskatoon green.

The practice areas feature a short game area, as well as a double-ended driving range with 3-hole practice look to help boost your skills as you play.

Additional amenities provided by the club include a 160-seat dining area. Full audio-visual support is available for business people looking to make presentations. Other amenities include a bar and restaurant, and a locker room.

It’s located just outside Saskatoon at 865 Cartwright St, Furdale SK. Phone contact: 306-931-0022.

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2. Moon Lake Golf & Country Club

This is one of the province’s favorite golf courses. It’s best known for its magnificent Scottish-style championship courses. The 27-hole facility was built 33 years ago, and has been providing one of the best prairie golfing experiences in Saskatoon ever since.

Best of all, it’s only a 10-minute drive from the city of Saskatoon.

The golf courses have 3 different combinations of 18 holes you can play, titled: the Highlands, the Heather, and the Moors. Each combination of 18 holes is a par 72 with slope ratings ranging from 125 to 136.

Moon Lake features water hazards, long native grass, and heavily mounded fairways. What’s more, it's is a great place to hold events. big or small.

Whether you’re looking for a destination for a golf event, a wedding, or a casual round with friends, Moon Lake has you covered.

It’s located at 905 Valley Rd, Saskatoon, SK. Phone contact: 306-382-5500.

3. The Willows Golf & Country Club

The Willows is a great place in Saskatoon to practice your swing, or just have fun with the family.

The Willows offer 36 holes, with 4 different 9-hole sections (Xena, Bridges, Island and Lakes) that offer a myriad of styles. The course features a combination of challenges, including lakes, dog legs, and silica bunkers.

The two signature holes on the course – Xena Peninsula Green and Island Green – not only offer additional difficulty, but are also surrounded by a calming, beautiful landscape.

The Willows is also home to the Red Barn, a unique 1950s- style building. The building is in the natural wooded area of the property and is available for event hosting.

It’s located at 382 Cartwright St, Furdale SK. Phone contact: 306-956-1100.

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4. Riverside Country Club

Riverside is a private club in Saskatoon. It blends a traditional design with large, mature trees contributing to the parkland setting. Founded in 1908, this private club is located on the north end of Bozeman.

If you’re looking for a community golf tournament, a team-building event, or a corporate golf outing, the Riverside in Saskatoon has you covered.

Riverside has an 18-hole championship course offering its own unique challenges and rewards. Undulating greens and tree-lined fairways offer a challenge to golfers of every skill level. Additionally, the club is the host facility to both the North Central Missouri College and Trenton High School golf programs.

You can learn more by getting in touch with them by dialing 306-373-8687 or through their website.

5. Public Golf Courses

The City of Saskatoon owns and operates 3 public golf courses. The high number of fun activities is one of the many reasons why more people live and buy investment properties in Saskatoon than any other city in the province.

These courses include Silverwood, Holiday Park, and Wildwood. Each of these high-quality public golf courses has varying levels of difficulty that cater to golfers of all levels.

Silverwood is a great hidden gem in the north end of Saskatoon. The Par 3-18 hole is a well-landscaped course featuring lakes, mature trees, and beautiful fountains.

The back 9 holes will take you high along the shores of South Saskatchewan River, offering spectacular views. The course and the greens are well maintained and in excellent condition.

Silverwood is located along Kinnear Avenue. Phone contact: 306-975-3314.

Holiday Park is a 27-hole facility. It’s a terrific choice for regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and your friends when visiting Hayward. This public golf course is located near Gordon Howe Field.

Besides the course, Holiday Park features a licensed lounge, a coffee shop, pro shop, practice green, and a driving range. If you’re looking for a golf course that combines a great course with natural scenic beauty, Holiday Park Golf Course has you covered.

The course is located along 1630 Avenue U & 11th Street. You can also get in touch with the staff by dialing 306-975-3325.

The other public Saskatoon golf course is the Wildwood Golf Course. This is a rolling, 18-hole public course featuring greens and tree-lined fairways. It’s an immediate level facility, ideal for players of all levels.

Just like Holiday Park, Wildwood Golf Course features a coffee shop, practice green, and a pro shop. The golf course is located along 4050 8th Street East. The phone contact is 306-975-3320.

If you’re a golf fan, Saskatoon is a great place to be, and any of the above options are sure to be enjoyable for a fun day of golf!