These golf courses around Montreal are already open

Apr 15 2021, 12:45 pm

As the grounds start to dry out and the weather heats up, a few golf courses around Montreal have opened up for golfers looking to get in some early-season tee time.

Plenty of pro shops are open around Montreal, but courses across the island tend to open up in May when the grounds are a bit more playable.

But there are still a few courses that are fully open for the golfers who really need to rid the golf itch.

Here are a few places to keep on your early-season golfing radar.

Golf Ormstown

 

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This beautiful course in the quaint town of Ormstown offers an early-season deal of $17 after 5 pm and $32 mid-day.

It’s a quiet oasis about 45 minutes outside of Montreal.

The course has held up surprisingly well after the winter’s snow and ice.

Club de Golf International 2000

 

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Golf 2000 has a 27-hole course that is renowned for staying open late in the season (sometimes until December) and opening early.

The course opened up for the 2021 season in March and while the greens aren’t still peak springform, the course in Lacolle is still pretty popular in April.

Rates for 18 holes range from$39 to $47, without carts because it’s a bit too early still to tackle the fairways with a cart.

Club de Golf De Hemmingford

This gorgeous course in the quaint town of Hemmingford opened on April 8 and claim they have “very strict” sanitary measures in place.

The course asks for golfers to reserve spots online or by phone. Morning prices (before 1 pm) cost $40 during the week, $36 from 1 pm to 3 pm, and $19.50 after 3 pm.

Weekend prices hike up to $50 in the mornings, $45 between 1 pm and 3 pm, and $23 after 3 pm.

Club de Golf Belle Vue

 

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Belle Vue is only 20 kilometres away from Montreal, so if you’re in the mood to golf without a trek into the country, this spot in Léry should be on your radar.

They have a driving range and an 18-hole course both ready to roll.

Prices range from $18 to $34, depending on time.

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