Golf Course History


Leduc Golf hole 9 and 18

Our Story

The Leduc Golf Club is a semi-private facility that welcomes the public to enjoy both the golf course and our excellent dining room, known as Leduc Cook House. Leduc Golf Club began as a nine hole course in 1961. Over the years it has undergone a number of changes and has evolved into a challenging eighteen hole test of your golfing prowess. The course is a Par 71 and boasts more than 6,600 yards of fairways. In addition, the layout provides an easy walking course with plenty of eye-pleasing scenery.

The front nine features tree lined fairways and several water hazards to test your skill. On the back nine the golfer will encounter fewer trees but more water hazards in the form of several large ponds and creeks that intersect the fairways. Upon reaching the bent grass greens, the golfer's putting skills will be taxed with subtle breaks and slopes on all the greens.

Visit Holland Food Serices after a round of golf for a refreshing beverage and a first-rate meal. Weather permitting, you can sit on the large deck and enjoy the view overlooking the eighteenth green.

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