It's always a good day on the golf course!

The positive impacts of golf on your life are endless. It's a perfect way to spend time with family and friends, an appropriate location to close a big business deal, a peaceful place to relieve some stress, and just a great excuse to take the day off and find time for yourself.

Sault Ste. Marie Golf Club

(Photo: Sault Ste. Marie Golf Club)

The Sault Ste. Marie Golf Club is a semi private club, welcoming visitors on a daily green fee basis.

This club takes great pride in providing a complete country club experience, offering an 18-hole course, pro shop, restaurant and golf pro Jeff Hamilton is on site offering individual or group sessions.


RCGA code of conduct: adults and juniors

SGC Public Golf Rates & Tee Times

10-round package: $450

10 round riding cart package: $600

Daily fee for an 18-hole round:

  · $40 (as a member’s guest)

  · $50 (walking, complimentary pull cart)

  · $67.50 (with power cart)

Inquire about Twilight and 9-hole rates at the Pro Shop.

Tee Times may be booked three days in advance.

Call the Pro Shop at 705-759-5133

1804 Queen St E, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Phone: 705-759-5133

Crimson Ridge Golf Course

(Crimson Ridge Golf Course)

Waterfalls, creeks, numerous elevation changes, mature hardwoods and spectacular views and vistas on this scenic par 72 layout will awe any guest.

This design incorporates natural features with generous and playable tree-lined fairways, large, gently contoured greens and strategically-placed bunkers that create a true but fair test of golf for all ability levels.

Four sets of tees at Crimson Ridge give all players a course that will suit their game, playing from 5,274 yards to a demanding 6,827-yard challenge.

For membership and new green fee pricing, click here!

418 Fourth Line West
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Phone: (705) 254-4653 Golf Season / (705) 450-2696 Off Season

Root River Golf club

This traditional nine-hole golf course provides a unique experience every time you play. Distinctive in character and consistent in quality, the Root will exceed your golfing expectations.

Mature stands of Maple, Oak and Spruce trees frame undulating fairways and manicured greens, with numerous wetland areas, several bunkers and an array of picturesque landscapes, the course at Root River Golf Club manages to create a playing experience that is both strategic and stunning. The course is challenging yet relaxing, a true joy to play for both seasoned veterans of the game as well as newcomers.

85 Old Highway 17 N
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Phone: 705-759-8776

Superior View Golf Club

Superior View Golf Club is a challenging 3,200-yard, nine-hole course with distinctively treed fairways. The elevated, bent grass greens are large, averaging 4,000 square feet each. While some are flat, others are gently contoured, and all are well manicured. The fairways are all natural poanna grass and well cared for, with a gentle roll to them. You can drive off every tee but you must have a straight shot because the fairways are all fairly narrow. Best include a good iron in your arsenal when you set out for a round at Superior View Golf Club.

ADDRESS: 13 Gagnon Road
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

MapleWood Golf Course & Driving Range

Maplewood is a nine-hole public golf course open from April 1 to Nov 1. This course is perfect for Junior Golfers and families alike.

They are a family friendly course offereing a unique experiece of Footgolf. Bring your friends and come try it out. Footgolf uses the same rules and concepts as regular golf and is played on the golf course. The only difference is you only need a soccer ball.

This year's Junior Golf League is running for the summer on Thursday mornings at 9 am.

Junior memberships are also available for the season.
Call (705) 759-8136 for more information.

47 Wigle Street
Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario
(705) 759-8136
About Dionne Elgie

Dionne Elgie grew up in Sault Ste. Marie and has a deep personal love for this city, and like many Saultites, a real passion for the great outdoors. Along with her team at DIG (Digital Intelligence Group)—she works with Tourism Sault Ste. Marie to curate compelling travel stories and collect truly useful tour tips that appeal to both local residents and out-of-town visitors. You can contact Dionne at—she’d love to hear from you!

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