In the beautiful foothills of Bragg Creek there is a picturesque golf course surrounded by tall forests, open fields and rolling hills.
A course where mountain streams intersect with tree-lined fairways to create a golf course that is challenging for the expert golfer, yet still accommodating and playable to the novice. The championship golf course has been carved out of the thick pine and spruce forest and features over 100 feet of vertical relief and gentle rolling terrain. With a 12-acre lake, numerous ponds and mountain streams, Wintergreen will both challenge the low handicapper and reward the novice. Four sets of tees on each of the 18 holes on this par-72 course ensure that there is enough variety to provide a satisfying round for all golfers.
Wintergreen Golf and Country Club has long been one of the best-kept secrets for golf in Southern Alberta. But, as more golfers discover our memorable landscape and exceptional course layout, that secret is becoming harder to keep. Wintergreen boasts an 18-hole championship course with a full service practice facility for short game, putting and driving as well as a spacious clubhouse that provides a relaxed, country atmosphere.
Nearby is Redwood Meadows Golf and Country Club owned and operated by the Tsuu T’ina Nation and is located in a completely natural setting along the Elbow River in the foothills of the Bragg Creek area. The course has been recognized as one of Western Canada’s finest championship layouts. Redwood Meadows meets the criteria of a truly memorable course having 18 individual and distinctive holes, yet retaining a collective continuity from the first tee to the last green. For golfers, Redwood Meadows is a paradise.
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Photo: The Wintergreen Golf and Country Club surrounded by forests, open fields and rolling hills.