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The par-5 15th hole on Mont Tremblant Resort's Le Diable golf course drops dramatically downhill with gorgeous views along the way.
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The golf is grand in Quebec, no doubt, but it might be the dining experiences that leave the biggest lasting impression on visitors. The heavy French influence in the province leads to a higher standard in the kitchen of every cafe and restaurant. My six-day golf trip felt more like a culinary tour than a golf adventure.
Montreal will host the RBC Canadian Open at Royal Montreal Golf Club from July 21-27, 2014, and it's the perfect host city for a golf tournament attracting players from around the world. It's arguably the most unique city in North America, a melting pot of European influence and dominated by French culture, from the cuisine and the arts to the language of its people.
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.
The logistics of chasing down several great courses in one trip remains a pipe dream. But you can play them all -- and many more -- in a single round at Golf Manitou, a fun replica course in Mont-Tremblant, a mountain golf getaway 75 miles northwest of Montreal. It's a great place for couples, families and beginners or as a way to sharpen up your short game.
Elijah Jones and Stan Brigham teamed up to create one of the better golf courses in Quebec, the Club de Golf Heritage. The 6,768-yard course, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in the summer of 2013, was built without blasting any rock. The result is a marriage of land and links with some memorable golf holes featuring wild elevation changes and beautiful vistas, Jason Scott Deegan writes.
Three 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.
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