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Tee off to the sounds of nature.

If a round of golf is a relaxing way to enjoy a sunny day, then a round of golf in New Brunswick is positively rejuvenating. Yes, you’ll be challenged by the courses you find here. But you’ll also be enveloped by an environment that’s naturally beautiful. Every course has its own unique play and personality. But all of our courses will redefine what a day on the links should feel like.

Tee off next to the sea

Our seaside courses include the Fundy National Park Golf Course and the Algonquin Golf Course, established in 1894, where spectacular golf meets incredible Bay of Fundy vistas. There’s also Bathurst’s Gowan Brae, where slick greens and breezy weather combine with fabulous coastal views. Courses that embrace a lush, park-like setting include Kingswood Golf, which features a 9-metre (30-foot) waterfall, rock croppings, and marshlands; and Mactaquac Park Golf Course, which combines golf and a camping vacation at the provincial park. Urban courses include Fox Creek in Dieppe, which is compared by renowned professional golfers to some of the best greens they see on tours.

Make a weekend of it

With more than 40 golf courses, New Brunswick has something special for any golfer. Many of our courses are among the most scenic in Atlantic Canada. From stunning shore-lined links to forested fairways to off-the-beaten-path gems, you’ll play here like nowhere else. Then, complete your day with a hearty meal and a visit to one the province’s attractions. Settle down for the night in a high-end hotel, a cottage, or a campground, and maybe play another round in the morning.

New Brunswick Golf Courses
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