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Montréal golf enthusiasts have several excellent golf courses available to them, many less than a half-hour drive from downtown. If you're willing to trek a bit farther (about 45 minutes), you'll find some of the best golfing in the province.
Club de Golf Métropolitain Anjou. A clubhouse featuring a steak house and bistro, several banquet halls, a pro shop with an indoor practice range (winter only), and an outdoor driving range all serve to make this a top-notch facility—not to mention the par-72, 18-hole championship golf course. A dress code is in effect. The club is a 20-minute drive from downtown Montréal. 9555 boul. du Golf, Anjou, Montréal, QC, H1J 2Y2. 514/353–5353. www.golfmetropolitainanjou.com. Championship golf course: 18-holes. Par 72. 7005 yards. Greens Fee: $28–44. Executive course: 11 holes. Par 33. 2751 yards. Greens Fee: $15–17. Daily 6 am–9 pm. Honoré-Beaugrand. Facilities: Driving range, golf carts, restaurant.
The Falcon. Soon after this club opened in 2002, it rapidly became recognized as one of the best courses in Québec. It's 25 minutes west of downtown in the picturesque and largly Anglophone village of Hudson (which is worth a visit in itself). Recent improvements include a two million dollar clubhouse. Early bird specials profit those who don't mind a teeing off at 7 am. 59 Cambridge, Hudson, QC, J0P 1H0. 450/458–1997. www.falcongolf.ca. Championship golf course: 18-holes. Par 72. 7096 yards. Slope: 136 Greens Fee: Mon-Fri.C$49.58. Weekends and holidays. C$59.14. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, golf carts, rental clubs, lessons, restaurant, clubhouse, practice facilities.
Golf Dorval. A 20-minute drive from downtown, Golf Dorval united two courses into one challenging par-72 golf course. A lighted driving range with 50 stations and two putting greens is also available. For C$92, you can buy two tickets for 18 holes and one cart, any time between opening to 1:30 pm on weekdays. (Call to reserve at least three days in advance). Arrive after 2 pm and you don't need a reservation. 2000 av. Reverchon, Dorval, QC, H9P 2S7. 514/631–4653. www.golfdorval.com. Championship golf course: 18-holes. Par 72. 6643 yards. Slope: 125. Greens Fee: $25–53. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, golf carts, rental clubs, lessons, snack bar.
Golf Ste-Rose. With lovely views of the Rivière des Mille-Îles, hardwood forests, and myriad ponds, this course may be the most beautiful in Québec. It's a short hop over the bridge to the island of Laval. The course features four sets of tees to accommodate different skill levels. 1400 boul. Mattawa, Ste-Rose, Laval, QC, H7P 5W7. 450/628–6072 or 450/628–3573. www.golfsterose.groupebeaudet.com. Golf course: 18-holes. Par 70. 6134 yards. Slope: 125. Greens Fee: $22–56. Facilities: Driving range, golf carts, rental clubs, restaurant, bar.
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