Birch Hills, Saskatchewan Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Birch Hills, Saskatchewan and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 6 golf courses within 20 miles of Birch Hills, including 5 public, 1 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Birch Hills area is the Silver Hills Golf Resort.

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NW Edge Of Birch Hills
Birch Hills, SK S0J 0G0
(306) 749-2211
0 miles from the center of Birch Hills. Write a Review
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900 22nd Street East
Prince Albert, SK S6V 1P1
(306) 763-2502
19 miles from the center of Birch Hills. Write a Review
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Highway 3 West
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R3
(306) 763-3465
19 miles from the center of Birch Hills. Write a Review
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Hwy 3 East
Prince Albert, SK S6V 4P7
(306) 764-4748
20 miles from the center of Birch Hills. Write a Review
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RR 5, Site 16, Box 23
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R3
(306) 764-7888
20 miles from the center of Birch Hills. Write a Review
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Hwy 302 W
Prince Albert, SK S6V 5R1
(306) 922-3673
20 miles from the center of Birch Hills. Write a Review
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Wakaw Regional Park
Wakaw, SK S0K 4P0
(306) 233-5955
27 miles from the center of Birch Hills. Write a Review

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