Cooke Municipal Golf Course
This 18-hole golf course was started in 1909 to attract visitors to Prince Albert. Originally it began as a 9-hole golf course, when a group of men who enjoyed the sport bought the land from the Hudson’s Bay Company. Hubert Cooke, who moved to Prince Albert in 1925, was given the task to expand the golf course to the 18-holes it is now. Along with being able to play on the land Cooke created, the location features amenities such as carts, a drive range, a beer cart, and a confectionary at the 9th hole. Cooke Municipal Golf Course has hosted National Championships of Canada, and has been featured in various top golf magazines. Along with the summer time fairways, in the off season visitors can cross country ski, and there is a indoor curling rink located in the Golf and Curling Club building. There is also an on-site restaurant [My Place Restaurant] that boasts delicious food and drink and Darcy’s Golf Shop for many golfing needs. For more information on Cooke Municipal Golf Course and its amenities visit http://cookegolf.ca or call 306-763-2502.