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About

Holes 18
Type Semi-Private
Par 72
Length 6480 yards
Slope 134
Rating 72.8

Course Details

Year Built 1959
Golf Season May 1 to Oct 31
Architect Howard Watson (1959)

Rentals/Services

Carts Yes - $43
Clubs Yes
Pull-carts Yes

Practice/Instruction

Driving Range Yes
Caddies No
Golf School Academy Yes
Teaching Pro Yes
Putting Green Yes

Policies

Metal Spikes Allowed No
Fivesomes Allowed No
Single Allowed No
Walking Allowed Yes
Dress code Proper golf attire.

Food & Beverage

Bar, Restaurant

Available Facilities

Clubhouse, Banquet Facilities

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3.3
2 Reviews (2)
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I Recommend This Course
3.0
Previously Played

2 beautiful golf courses

One is more « sauvage » with forest ; you can see nature
Nice in the fall with all the colors..
The course is kept always at his best
The practice area is very nice too
The second course is very nice ,bien « amenage »with flowers .
There is interesting but different challenges on both courses
The 16-17 and 18 holes of the Quebec are particularly challenging
The 4 of the Royal offers you a spectacular view
The food is good -very nice « british » house
The pace of play is very good and the staff is nice
So if you go to Quebec city from may up to mid-october go and play a round in Club de golf royal Quebec!

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Good
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
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Reviews 21
I Recommend This Course
5.0

The best in Quebec city

The Royal-Quebec Golf Club is a golf course founded in 1874 in Boischatel by members of the local business community, mainly Scots-Quebecers bankers and businessmen.

Located approximately 12 miles (18 km) east of Quebec City near Montmorency Falls, since 1925 it has been a semi-private club. One of the oldest golf clubs in America, the current 36-hole course is located on a 186 hectare piece of land with pine trees that have been growing since the club was founded. The club house, by the 18th green of the "Quebec" course, overlooks l'Île d'Orléans and Quebec City.

The course have 2 18 holes, was in perfect condition during my visit. I would recommend it without any doubt.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Excellent
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