Miskanaw Golf & Country Club

Golf Club

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    Michael Durocher
    A great golf course that is challenging yet open. The course is probably the friendliest place around. Staff and golfers try to make the best of it everyday. The course recently went through 5 tough years of redevelopment and now have a challenging champion layout compared the the old executive layout. This will challenge all level of golfers.
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    Allen Couroux
    I very much enjoyed the experience of growing in the last 7 holes at Miskanaw. You will not be disappointed. The 16th is my pride and joy. Island green, rock face and no error in your iron shot to the green. A privilege to have worked there. BTW. Each green has a loonie under it with the year it was opened
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    Cameron Graham
    Got kicked out for playing football, wtf man. is a football center.
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    Andrew Ooms
    More relaxed than thick wood and quickly catching up on course layout and professionalism
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    Alex M
    This course does not provide water when playing. Hot day, 30 degrees plus and no where on the course to fill my bottle. The employees tell me its for health reasons. There are no course admins to monitor slow play, 4 hrs to finish the back 9 it was so backed up. Green conditions on the front 9 are abysmal (Astro-Turf), back 9 seems to be much better, and more challenging. For $100 I would have expected much better, and least take pride that you are one of only two courses in Fort Mac. Unfortunately this is a one time experience for me. If you do play, I highly suggest bring all of your own beverages as well as a healthy amount of bug spray, my legs are chewed to a pulp.


+1 780-791-0070
151 C. A. Knight Way, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 5C5, Canada
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