Hartney, Manitoba Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Hartney, Manitoba and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 7 golf courses within 20 miles of Hartney, including 6 public, 0 municipal and 1 private courses. The oldest course in the Hartney area is the Oak Lake Golf Club opened in 1923.

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Highway 21
Hartney, MB R0M 0X0
(204) 858-2011
0 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review
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Highway 23
Elgin, MB R0K 0T0
(204) 776-2172
11 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review
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Off Highway 22
Souris, MB R0K 2C0
(204) 483-2956
15 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review
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Deloraine, MB R0M 0M0
(204) 747-2500
20 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review
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Turtlehead Creek Dam Rd
Deloraine, MB R0M 0M0
(204) 747-2411
20 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review
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Manitoba 254
Oak Lake, MB R0M 1P0
(204) 855-2262
20 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review
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South Railway St E
Oak Lake, MB R0M 1P0
(204) 855-2641
20 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review
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Waskada Park
Waskada, MB R0M 2E0
(204) 673-2320
30 miles from the center of Hartney. Write a Review

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