Carlyle, Saskatchewan Golf Courses

There are 2 golf courses in Carlyle, Saskatchewan and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 5 golf courses within 20 miles of Carlyle, including 4 public, 1 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Carlyle area is the Moose Creek Golf Course. Golf Kenosee is rated the best course near Carlyle.

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Highway 13
Carlyle, SK S0C 0R0
(306) 453-6344
0 miles from the center of Carlyle. Write a Review
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Wabimasquah Road
White Bear Lake
Carlyle, SK S0C 0R0
(306) 577-4902
0 miles from the center of Carlyle. Write a Review
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Kenosee Lake
Kenosee Lake, SK 
(306) 577-4422
14 miles from the center of Carlyle. Write a Review
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Highway 9
Kenosee Lake, SK S0C 2S0
(306) 577-4422
14 miles from the center of Carlyle. Write a Review
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Wawota, SK S0G 5A0
(306) 739-2741
21 miles from the center of Carlyle. Write a Review
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204 3rd Ave. W.
Delisle, SK S0L 0P0
(306) 493-3288
28 miles from the center of Carlyle. Write a Review
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Southwest 15-42
Oxbow, SK S0C 2B0
(306) 483-2403
28 miles from the center of Carlyle. Write a Review

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Chipping From Deep Rough Hit this similar to a sand shot with an open face, steep backswing but not much of a follow through
Thin and Topped Shots Thin/Topped shots are not caused by picking your head up but rather lifting your entire body, concentrate on keeping the same posture throughout the swing
Slicing: Downswing Many slices are caused because golfers start their downswing incorrectly, the correct downswing sequence starts with the lower body shifting weight from the right leg to the left leg, then the upper body follows