Evansburg, Alberta Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Evansburg, Alberta and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 7 golf courses within 20 miles of Evansburg, including 7 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Evansburg area is the Pembina Valley Golf Club opened in 1955. Pineridge Golf Resort is rated the best course near Evansburg.

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53432 Range Road 75
Evansburg, AB T0E 0T0
(780) 727-2797
0 miles from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review
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Township Road 532
Entwistle, AB T0E 0S0
(780) 727-4575
1 mile from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review
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Highway 16 West
Seba Beach, AB T0E 2B0
(780) 797-4653
12 miles from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review
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Lakeview Dr/Golf Course Rd
Silver Sands, AB T0E 0V0
(877) 972-2683
16 miles from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review
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Highway 22
Mayerthorpe, AB T0E 1N0
(780) 786-4737
25 miles from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review
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Highway 22
Drayton Valley, AB T0E 0M0
(780) 542-4335
27 miles from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review
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Western Edge of Big Valley
Big Valley, AB T0J 0G0
(403)741-4110
29 miles from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review
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5427 TWP Rd 494
Lindale, AB T0C 1W0
(780) 542-6606
29 miles from the center of Evansburg. Write a Review

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