Kipling, Saskatchewan Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Kipling, Saskatchewan and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 7 golf courses within 20 miles of Kipling, including 6 public, 1 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Kipling area is the Kingswood Golf Course. Golf Kenosee is rated the best course near Kipling.

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St Marys Street
Kipling, SK S0G 2S0
(306) 736-8220
0 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review
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213 Matthews St
Windthorst, SK S0G 5G0
(306) 224-2002
9 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review
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Beryl St. And 4th Ave.
Broadview, SK S0G 0K0
(306) 696-2533
18 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review
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Highway 605
Cowessess, SK S0G 5L0
(306) 696-2507
18 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review
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Jct. Hwy 1 & 19
Whitewood, SK S0G 5C0
(306) 735-2383
22 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review
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Kenosee Lake
Kenosee Lake, SK 
(306) 577-4422
24 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review
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Highway 9
Kenosee Lake, SK S0C 2S0
(306) 577-4422
24 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review
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709 Lake Street
Grenfell, SK S0G 2B0
(306) 697-3504
26 miles from the center of Kipling. Write a Review

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