Canmore, Alberta Golf Courses

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There are 3 golf courses in Canmore, Alberta and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 3 golf courses within 20 miles of Canmore, including 3 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Canmore area is the Canmore Golf & Curling Club opened in 1926. Kananaskis Country Golf Course is rated the best course near Canmore.

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2000 8th Avenue
Canmore, AB T1W 1Y2
(403) 678-4785
1 mile from the center of Canmore. Write a Review
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2000 Silvertip Trail
Canmore, AB T1W 3J4
(403) 609-6592
1 mile from the center of Canmore. Write a Review
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4100 Stewart Creek Drive
Canmore, AB T1W 2V3
(403) 609-6099
1 mile from the center of Canmore. Write a Review
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Ranch Road
Highway 1X
Exshaw, AB T0L 2C0
(403) 673-2700
9 miles from the center of Canmore. Write a Review
36 holes (Public) Write a Review
Highway 40 South
#1 Lorette Drive
Kanaskis Village, AB T0L 2H0
(403) 591-7070
10 miles from the center of Canmore. Write a Review
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Golf Course Road
Banff, AB T0L 0C0
(403) 762-6801
11 miles from the center of Canmore. Write a Review

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