The crown jewel of French Canada
Quebec and its surrounding areas offer a wide array of golf courses for golf enthusiasts. Canada enjoys avid golfers with a keen interest in the sport. In 2003 Canadian Mike Weir won the prestigious Masters Tournament at Augusta, Georgia, one of the four major tournaments in men's golf. Whether you’re a complete beginner or seasoned pro, your golfing experience in Québec will be memorable. Québec offers up an impressive array of golf courses strategically located for golfers to enjoy the scenery, from a changing palette of forests, crystalline waters and graceful curves mountains.
There are over 400 courses within the province and within easy reach of Montreal and Quebec City. The Laurentides region boasts superb resorts like the world-famous Tremblant, located at the gateway to the national park of the same name and renowned for its golf course and academy. South of the city, the Eastern Townships, a pastoral but equally picturesque region known for its New England flavour, offers up its own unforgettable links. As for Québec City and the Charlevoix region, get set for unbeatable golfing in magnificent settings, many of which overlook the St. Lawrence.