Mont Tremblant Golf CoursesThree golf courses in Mont-Tremblant rank among the top 100 in Canada by ScoreGolf: Le Maitre (no. 37), Le Geant (no. 45) and Le Diable (no. 71). This renowned ski village might be even more fun in summer than winter, according to golfers anyway. Jason Scott Deegan shows us why.No golf course in the Laurentian Mountains brings out more polarizing opinions than Le Diable at Mont Tremblant Resort. Some consider Le Diable -- which translates to "the devil" in English -- the best public course in the region 75 miles northwest of Montreal, while others believe too many penal bunkers and waste areas too often ruin the opportunity for a decent score. Here's a closer look at Le Diable. You decide.Thomas McBroom's Le Geant golf course at Mont Tremblant Resort, which opened in 1995, spearheaded the golf boom in the Laurentian Mountains roughly 75 miles northwest of Montreal. But it's still among the best, ranking 45th among ScoreGolf's top 100 golf courses in Canada for 2012.They don't call Gray Rocks resort's La Bete Course "the beast" for nothing. The 6,825-yard Graham Cooke design, located in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, strikes fear into players with its mountainous challenges. La Bete, which opened in 2001, gives Gray Rocks Golf a 1-2 punch (along with La Belle "the beauty") in this premier vacation destination approximately 75 miles northwest of Montreal.