Stony Plain Golf Course

3.917 Votes
  • Address: 18 Fairway Dr, Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1M3, Canada
  • Phone: +1-7809632133
  • Tags: Golf Course, Family And Kids

Playing golf here will be an experience you will never forget. The course has been one of the most sought after owing to the professionals who give exceptionally well lessons about the game and the ultra-super maintenance of the course which has brought it many accolades in the past. You will find the greens in good shape and the bunkers have good sand. This 18 hole-course is a little challenging at times but that is where the beauty of the game lies. The pro shop is absolutely fantastic, and you will get lots to choose from there. So, head towards the course for an interesting golf session.

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  • Stony Plain Golf Course Address: 18 Fairway Dr, Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1M3, Canada
  • Stony Plain Golf Course Contact Number: +1-7809632133
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Stony Plain Golf Course Reviews & Ratings

  • Stony Plain s still one of the best layouts in the Edmonton area and it is so good to see that they are finally on the road to recovery. They have had a terrible couple of years as they lost their greens do to vandalism and had to rebuild them. Like everyone else in the area they are now getting hit with more rain than the course can handle. Several of the fairways are very spongy which gives you an interesting sensation as you shift your weigh during your swing. But overall the course in is in good condition. I am sure they will get their 5 stars back once the greens mature and the fairways dry out.

  • This is the only golf course in the area that refuses to allow kids under the age of ten on the course. At first staff said it was a Town of Stony Plain policy and there is nothing they can do about it. Later after talking with a manager I was informed that it is indeed the courses decision. What better way to grow the game of golf then for a father and son outing? For a course to just ban kids it is not realistic. Setting aside tee times or signing a waiver for the liability could be a start. This courses rule is not good for growing the game. No matter how many flags they stick in a field and call it a kids course. Hope this gets changed. I used to like giving this place my money.

  • This is my home course. Ever gets old playing here. Conditions were great this year. Greens were cut long but I know why and it didn't impact my putting much.

  • Staff is friendly and always welcoming. Great golf lessons for the kids and food is always good.

  • First time here and very disappointed in the shape of the greens. Course was in good shape except the poor greens. Didn't help that the pins were in the middle of every dead area so it was like playing plinko. I wouldn't spend the money to play here again until the greens were in much better shape.

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