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BANFF SPRINGS

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Renowned for its panoramic beauty in Alberta, is a captivating and challenging layout. The course winds along the Bow River under the snow-capped mountains. It opened in 1928.

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FONTAINBLEAU

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This course combines large undulating greens and wide fairways with classically styled bold bunkers and ancient woodlands. It gracefully moves over hill and dale through a dense mix of mature trees.

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LYNX

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Located in New Brunswick, the course is interspersed with hardwood trees, uniquely coloured bunkers and dramatic elevation changes. The signature hole for the course is the 14th, which has a waterfall.

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MANOIR RICHELIEU

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Quebec's finest with unrivalled, magnificent views of the St. Lawrence River. The course has a multitude of greenside and fairway bunkers, various trees, and mounds that surround each undulating green.

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MONTREAL BLUE

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Hosted 10 Canadian Open Tournament events on the PGA tour event. As well as hosting the Presidents Cup in 2007 it is the oldest golf club in North America, located in Montreal, Quebec, opened in 1873.

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TEMPETE

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Telus World Skins Game venue; Quebec City's finest course. Designed by architect Darryl Thuxham, this unique layout has lavish fairways, waterfalls, lakes and undulating greens.