Golfing in Banff, Alberta is an unparalleled experience. The dramatic cascading mountains, lush pine forests, and flowing streams and rivers of Canada’s Rocky Mountains provide a unique adventure to each golfer who tees up here.
Banff has one golf course, but with 27 holes and over 7,000 yards of play, it is quite an experience. The distinctive layout and spectacular alpine setting make it one of the most famous courses in the world. The Banff Springs Golf Course follows along the winding Bow River at the base of Mount Rundle. This varied terrain provides challenging play amid a picturesque backdrop. The original 18-hole course was created in 1928 by Canada’s famed golf course architect, Stanley Thompson. An additional 9-hole Tunnel Mountain course was later added making Banff Springs into the inspiring championship course it is today.
Banff Springs is a public course that is fun and challenging for players of all abilities and ages. Come experience Alberta’s finest golf in one of the most unforgettable settings North America has to offer.