Canmore, AB 
Canmore Nordic Centre Share
Uploaded By: ERicJ   (Taken 8/2009)
Practice Basket, deep cages

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1    7/14/2015   1/5/2016
Review By: adamsm
Played: 19  Reviewed: 4
This review was updated on 4/18/2016
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Absolutely beautiful. Played with girlfriend as caddy and she enjoyed the experience. I play fast golf,that is my way, we were done in 2 hours after meeting up with some friendly folks.
Cons: memory is one hole for anyhyzer blast and no real big hyzers but someone else might have a different eye.
The baskets could use an update...this course is ready for the great play
Other Thoughts: Play this course if you get a chance.

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 Gorgeous BUT Incredibly Difficult for Casuals/Amateurs

5+    5/24/2015   7/30/2015
Review By: Treeplant
Played: 46  Reviewed: 32
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Beautiful setting.
- Well maintained fairways/paths.
- Clear tee boxes and signage.
- Challenging, interesting holes.
- Awesome elevation changes.
Cons: - Baskets a little inconsistent/tipped.
- Tee boxes not always well maintained.
Other Thoughts: As someone who shoots around par or better on Alberta's easier courses (Olds, Red Deer Victoria Park, Forest Lawn, Three Sisters, etc.) I couldn't believe how badly this course destroyed me. This is a bogey golf course for me and was extremely frustrating the first few times I played it.

The guys saying the fairways are "wide" on this course are probably used to Pro level American courses. This course is an entirely different world compared to Alberta's other courses.

This is a great course to check out, and a great hike through the wilderness, but if you're new to the game you'll probably enjoy playing Three Sisters just down the road a lot more until you can straighten out your drives and get more distance.

In terms of challenge and scenery this is by far the best course in Alberta, however.

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