RSSEmailPrintHomeContact Us

Go To Search
Click to Home
Golf & Disc Golf
Golf

Note: All of the courses listed are located outside City limits.


Montgomery Glen Golf & Country Club

1 km west of Junction Highway 2A and 13 East
Ph:(780) 352-5342
Montgomery Glen Golf & Country Club is a full-service golf facility that includes a championship golf course, driving range, practice putting green with a beautiful clubhouse, and full service restaurant. The course fairways allow plenty of room for shot making: however, thanks to a generous use of water and trees in its design, golfers are challenged to make those demanding shots.

Loon's Golf Course & RV Park
1 km east of Junction Highway 2A and 13 East
Ph: (780) 352-3300
Loon's Golf & RV Park boasts a challenging 9-hole course, a driving range, licensed premises, pro shop, equipment, and power cart rentals. R.V. parking is available.

Black Bull Golf Resort
Ma-Me-O Beach, AB
Ph: (780) 586-2254
Toll Free: 1(866)586-2254
Black Bull Golf Resort is a beautiful golf course with tree lined fairways and spectacular views. The course is a 27-hole facility, offering an 18-hole championship course for the avid golfer, and a 9-hole executive course that charms all golfers who play it. Black Bull is located 30 minutes west of Wetaskiwin on Highway 13, adjacent to the Village at Pigeon Lake.

Pipestone Links Golf Course
Millet, AB
Ph:(780) 352-8788
Pipestone Links Golf Course & RV Park, located 7km north of Wetaskiwin, is a 9-hole championship golf course has been artfully sculpted into the landscape of the Pipestone Creek. Golfers of all ages and ability levels can enjoy vast scenery, quality golf experiences, and second to none hospitality. 


Please check the websites for detailed driving directions on how to get to each course. Enjoy your game!



Disc Golf
Have you tried Disc Golf? Give it a go - the course is located just north of Wetaskiwin at Peace Hills Park (1 km west of junction Hwy 2A and Hwy 13 East)!

Disc Golf is similar to traditional golf but uses a flying disc instead of a ball and club. The object of the game is to traverse a course from beginning to end in the fewest number of throws of the disc.

There is no cost to use the course and it can be used year-round. If you would like to come out and try the course on your own all you need is a frisbee.

To learn more the game visit the Professional Disc Golf Association website.