The Saskatoon Golf and Country Club is a woodlands layout with challenging greens and tree lined fairways. Four sets of tees appeal to all skill levels.  The current location was originally designed by Bill Kinear in 1931 and remodeled by Ian Andrew in 2009.  The course features small undulating greens to challenge the player.  Strategic positioning and shot making are essential.  The often heard “don’t be above the hole” rings true for most greens.  The facility plays from 6918 yds to 5415 yds, with four sets of tees:  Championship (Black) (73.6/133), Back (Blue)(71.3/127), Middle (White) (69.5/122) and Forward (Red) (70.7/126). 

It is one of the finest practice facilities in Western Canada. The focal point is the 40 acre driving range, which has 6 target greens, a 10 acre double-ended tee teeing area and is equipped with consistent practice balls.  A  short game area is also available for pitching, chipping and sand play including a large practice green, convenient to the clubhouse, available for improvement of your putting skills. The Practice Loop is unique in the area and has 3 full holes (Par 3, Par 4 and Par 5), which can be used to simulate the game or for a short walk during lunch.  It is rarely full to capacicty allowing you to play as many holes as you wish.  It is also open for family and beginners (limited times) and allows a taste of the game in small doses, without the cost or intimidation of a full course. 

You can also arrange instruction from the PGA of Canada Professionals of Divot Golf which will surely improve your golf experience.