Alberta Golf Courses

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Virtual Reality Indoor Golf in Alberta 2019 (Edmonton, Calgary, & Red Deer)

Looks like the 2015 outdoor golf season is done for the year, but that doesn’t mean you have to sit on your couch and cry. Well, you can, and I would totally understand, but after you are done that, keep reading!

There are a lot of virtual golf or indoor golf facilities here in Alberta. These places are located all over your city and are actually open all year long. They are a great way to get some practice in over the cold winter months.

If you haven’t tried virtual golfing before, you really should. It is a totally different experience than outdoor golfing, and is very enjoyable. I will write a post in the future about why I like it so much. Maybe you tried virtual golf a long time ago, but things have changed in the last few years. The graphics are better, the rooms are comfier, and the machines are much more accurate. Some of them cameras can even pick up the spin on your ball!

I’ll do my best to give you a list of all the places you can play, but keep in mind, that things are always changing, and it is best to call beforehand to make sure they are still operating. Check out the full list HERE!

Course Reviews

Victoria Golf Course Edmonton Review

This summer, and almost every year for that matter, I golf at the Victoria Golf Course in the heart of Edmonton. This course is one of the few owned/run by the City of Edmonton. The other’s include Rundle Park Golf Course and Riverside Golf Course. 

There are some things I really like about this course, and some things I wish were different. Check out my my full review of the Victoria Golf Course after the break…

Course Reviews

Smoky Lake Golf Course Review

I golfed the well kept 9 hole smoky lake golf course on the weekend and it was a fun little course.

This course is located across the highway (Highway 28) from Smoky Lake. It takes a little over an hour from Edmonton to get there.

As mentioned it is a 9 hole course, but luckily it doesn't feel like a short course. There are a two par 3s, and it is a par 36 course.

Course Reviews

Hunters Green Golf Course Review

I got the chance to check out Hunters Green again earlier this year, and here is my review of some of the things about the course.

First off the course can be tough to get to. You used to be able to access the golf course from both 127st and from 97st, but the city has since changed the overpass on 97st so you must go in the other way. This is a bit of a shame for the course, as they probably lose a lot of traffic due to this. 

The course has grown since I last played it. It has matured and is in a lot better shape now.

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