Kingston, Nova Scotia Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Kingston, Nova Scotia and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 6 golf courses within 20 miles of Kingston, including 6 public, 0 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Kingston area is the Berwick Heights Golf Course. Ken-Wo Golf Club is rated the best course near Kingston.

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380 Brookside Drive
Kingston, NS B0P 1R0
(902) 765-2554
0 miles from the center of Kingston. Write a Review
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Thunderbird Way
Canadian Forces Base Greenwood (YZX)
Kings, NS B0P 1N0
(902) 765-5800
2 miles from the center of Kingston. Write a Review
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9725 Hwy 201 E
Wilmont, NS B0P 1W0
(902) 824-0363
6 miles from the center of Kingston. Write a Review
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3060 Hwy 221
Berwick, NS B0P 1E0
(902) 847-9000
12 miles from the center of Kingston. Write a Review
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9514 Commercial St
New Minas, NS B4N 3E9
(902) 681-0678
19 miles from the center of Kingston. Write a Review
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5359 Highway 201
Bridgetown, NS B0S 1C0
(902) 665-4257
20 miles from the center of Kingston. Write a Review
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2075 Lakewood Road
Centreville, NS B0P 1J0
(902) 679-3033
23 miles from the center of Kingston. Write a Review

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