Kananaskis Country Golf Course

Golf Course

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Reviews 5

  • K
    KEN WINDSHEIMER
    One of the best ever played.
  • S
    Shawn Thompson
    Always worth the drive in from Calgary for the scenery. My favorite courses in the province, for sure.
  • M
    Miles Harding
    Currently under construction
  • G
    Goodstoney ENT
    The fairways are a bit patchy. But the experience is great. If you love being outdoors. And the staffs are kind. And the scenery is great. m/
  • A
    A Google User
    You will not be dissapointed. The complete package. Over 7000 yards from the tips, scenery is A+, greens are excellent, whole experience worth twice the price.

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kananaskisgolf.com
Kananaskis, AB, Canada
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In the heart of the Canadian Rockies, less than an hour’s drive from either Calgary or Banff, visitors find a golfing paradise. Kananaskis Country Golf Course is one of the premier golf destinations in the Canadian Rockies. Forming an unforgettable landscape, the rugged surrounding mountains tower 10,000 feet (3,000 metres) above sea level, the courses themselves are at almost 5,000 feet (1,500 metres). Situated in the Kananaskis Valley among boreal forest, the Mount Lorette and Mount Kidd Courses are named for the soaring limestone peaks that serve as their breathtaking backdrop. The Courses will offer immaculate lush fairways, bent grass greens, over 120 silica sand bunkers, five sets of tee boxes for players, glacier fed creeks and ponds, the cascading Kananaskis River and a variety of wildlife.

In June of 2013, Southern Alberta experienced the costliest Natural disaster in Canadian history when the area received over half of the normal annual rainfall amount in just two days. The impact to Kananaskis Country Golf Course was epic as all reaches of the golf courses themselves were impacted by the breach of both the Evan Thomas and Kananaskis Rivers. The immediate impact of the flood was felt on an economic and emotional level for many people who called the Kananaskis Valley home. For the golf course, 140+ employees had to find new jobs, damage had to be assessed, and the future of the World Class 36 hole golf facility contemplated. During the balance of the 2013 golf season thousands of supporters came out to pay homage to one of their favorite golf course , while thousands more sent support via phone calls, social media, and emails from all four corners of the world.

Spring of 2016 will see efforts resume to restore the late Robert Trent Jones Sr. masterpiece in the Canadian Rockies. Led by a collaborative effort between Kan-Alta Golf Management and architect Gary Browning, a highly qualified team of golf course construction specialists will take on the critical task of bringing back this iconic golf masterpiece. This website will provide you with Images, Stories, Video, and other information on all phases of this very important project!