Practise your swing while enjoying nature’s beauty.

Perfect your strokes on some 175 public golf courses—a great many of which are near Montréal and Québec City—suitable for every level of player. Courses in the outer regions offer stunning views of our mountains, forests, river, lakes and streams, but unfortunately they’re also where a lot of balls are lost... Splash! Our longest courses measure about 8,000 yd. (7,300 m).


The season usually runs from May to October. The fall colours embellish the courses, but sometimes it’s hard to tell the golf balls from the leaves!

Did you know?

The Club de golf Murray Bay is one of North America’s three oldest golf courses.

Shout "FORE!” on all greens!

  • Golf courses created by great designers and landscape architects can be found all over our territory. Internationally recognized, think of the Irish golfer Pat Ruddy or closer to us, originally from Québec, Graham Cooke and the Huxham Brothers.

    Trois golfeurs sur un vert
  • Nestled in the heart of the Laurentian Massif or on the slopes of the Appalachians, greens can be found at the bend of a valley; the Laurentians a region with legendary golf courses and the Eastern Townships region with the most golf courses per square kilometre. Everything for a perfect course.

    Terrain de golf dans les Laurentides avec hébergement près du vert avec les montagnes en arrière-plan.
  • Golf courses with a sea view? Yes, we have those too. In Charlevoix, the Gaspé or even in the Bas-Saint-Laurent. There, the river becomes the sea, with its salty breeze, and golf courses overlooking the St. Lawrence estuary or the Gulf of St. Lawrence. These are obviously golf courses with style.

    Deux golfeurs sur un trou de départ avec la baie Malbaie en arrière-plan et l'immensité du fleuve Saint-Laurent.
  • Gatineau, Montréal, Québec City are not to be outdone. Right in the heart of urban life, our big cities contain little gems accessible by public transit or a few kilometres from downtown. Golfing days and partying nights. Why not?

    Gros plan sur un bois, un tee et une balle de golf sur un trou de départ.
  • Unique to Canada, the Montérégie can boast of having an entire island for golfing. In the heart of the Îles-de-Boucherville National Park, Île à Pinard has 18 holes. Accessible by river shuttle from the Old Port of Montreal and by road via Île Charron.

    Paysage de golf où l'on aperçoit un drapeau sur un vert avec une trappe de sable et un étang en arrière-plan.

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