Alix, Alberta Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Alix, Alberta and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 7 golf courses within 20 miles of Alix, including 7 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Alix area is the Whispering Pines Golf & Country Club Resort. Haunted Lake Golf Club is rated the best course near Alix.

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Hwy. 601
Alix, AB T0C 0B0
(403) 747-2330
0 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review
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1750 - 20 St.
Delburne, AB T0M 0V0
(403) 749-3296
14 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review
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RR # 2
Bashaw, AB T0B 0H0
(780) 372-2333
16 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review
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42251 Hwy 21
Bashaw, AB T0B 0H0
(780) 372-2427
16 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review
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25054 South Pine Lake Road
Pine Lake, AB T0M 1R0
(403) 886-5111
24 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review
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3519 46 Street
Ponoka, AB T4J 1R5
(403) 783-4626
25 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review
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Highway 2
Ponoka, AB T0C 2H0
(866) 783-6050
25 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review
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Hwy 21
Elnora, AB T0M 0Y0
(403) 773-3683
29 miles from the center of Alix. Write a Review

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