Golf Course

The Camrose Golf Course was established in 1922 and is an 18 hole public course that offers all amenities required by both the recreational golfer and the golfer seeking additional challenges to their game. The clubhouse offers a well stocked Pro-Shop, locker rooms, and a full service restaurant and lounge.
The tree-lined fairways situated along the banks of Stoney Creek provide a variety of challenges for the seasoned golfer while remaining very playable for beginners. Course enhancements over the past few years have contributed to increased popularity, as more golfers rediscover the course.

Fees and Charges

Golf Course Fees & Charges

Online Booking

Book A Tee Time

If you have a problem accessing the above link to book a tee time, please call the Pro Shop at 780.672.2691.


Tournament Schedule

Stay & Play

The Camrose Golf Course participates in the Stay & Play program. For more information on the program, go to


The Camrose Golf Course plays host to Juniors, Ladies, Mens, and Seniors Clubs. For more information contact the Pro Shop at 780.672.2691.

Pro Shop

The Camrose Golf Course offers a fully stocked Pro Shop.  Whether you need a new set of irons, a sleeve of the latest balls, or a new grip on your club, the Pro Shop caters to the equipment needs of all golfers - experts and beginners alike.


If you are a beginner, or if you need to fine tune that swing, a full range of lessons are available. You can book some one-on-one time with one of our CPGA professionals. 

Rules & Regulations

Local Rules

  • RCGA rules govern all play except where modified by local rules:
  • Out of Bounds - All white stakes and perimeter fencing
  • Water Hazard - Yellow stakes
  • Lateral Water Hazard - Red stakes
  • Staked Trees - Green stakes: Free drop - from the nearest point of relief, within one club length of where it lies, no closer to the hole, no penalty
  • Screens on Hole 12 and All Fences: They are objects defining out-of-bounds, therefore there is no relief from these structures
  • Water Hazard Hole Four: If the ball is lost in the hazard, the player may, under penalty of one stroke, play another ball from either the
    • spot the original ball was played, or
    • designated drop area - follow signage to that area

  Golf Course Regulations

  • Golfers must vacate the course at the sound of storm warning air horn
  • Faster groups must play through
  • Power carts must be kept 30 feet from greens and drivers must obey all directional signs and ropes
  • Each golfer must have own clubs
  • Golf professional staff have authority for flow of play
  • People stopping for lunch or snacks between nines lose priority on the tenth tee
  • No one may start on the tenth tee without permission from the Pro Shop
  • Disks in the centre of the fairway mark the distance
  • Dress code and soft spikes are in effect
  • For safety reasons, non golfing children under the age of twelve are not permitted on the playing area of the golf course