Alberta Walkability Ratings

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4 Comments

doug clayton
December 6, 2012 2:36 pm — Reply to this comment

Three courses in my home town of Grande Prairie are walkable –THE DUnes –the Grande Prairie golf and country club and Bear Creek golf courses.

sean_miller
September 8, 2011 7:57 am — Reply to this comment

All the courses in the Red Deer Alberta area pride themselves on both being extremely walkable and walker friendly – players are encouraged to walk whenever possible for the sake of the course and our heart health.

Most notable are courses that very easy walks (River Bend, Balmoral, and Alberta Springs) and one that is much easier to walk than ride due to a 90 degree that tends to punish riders – Wolf Creek at Morningside.

Peace out!!

Rob Rigg

Awesome - Thx for the info!

John B. Holdstock
January 25, 2010 6:50 pm — Reply to this comment

Connaught Golf Club in Medicine Hat is an easy walk. It is also an enjoyable course to play.

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