30+ Scenic Golf Courses along the Bay of Fundy!

Getaway from the busy city life and come to the Bay of Fundy, where tee times at incredibly scenic and challenging golf courses await you. Along the Fundy coast there are over thirty 9- and 18-hole courses with an additional sixty courses within a relatively short drive from the Bay. Some of the highest rated courses in Canada can be found in the Maritime Provinces and golfing here can be described as nothing short of invigorating, rewarding and picturesque. Compared to equivalent courses throughout Canada, the United States and further abroad, Fundy’s courses also have the added bonus of relatively inexpensive green fees.

Some of Fundy golf highlights include:

Algonquin Golf CourseThe Algonquin Golf Course
In historic St. Andrews by-the-Sea discover The Algonquin Golf Course & Academy where golfer’s have been testing their skills since 1894. An 18-hole course that delights and challenges golfers of all levels, the Algonquin Golf Course was listed in Top 100 Courses in Canada in 2006 and ranked 6th in 2009 on the list of the Best Public Courses in Atlantic Canada (ScoreGolf, 2011). Views from this course, mostly oceanfront, can be described as nothing short of astounding.

Royal Oaks Estates & Golf ClubRoyal Oaks Golf Club
Situated in Moncton, New Brunswick, the Royal Oaks Golf Club is one of Golf New Brunswick’s Signature Courses. The magnificent landscape at Royal Oaks, comprised of large lakes and rolling dunes, is an excellent stage for an invigorating game of golf. Designed by Rees Jones, the course offers its players bent grass fairways, tees and greens, strategically placed bunkers, challenging approaches and first-rate greens.

Digby Pines Golf Resort & SpaDigby Pines Golf Resort
Follow this 18-hole championship course as it winds its way through an evergreen forest and over a winding brook. Set above the Bay of Fundy, the Digby Pines Golf Course was designed by the famous Canadian architect Stanley Thompson. Hole 2 has been described by golf writers across the country as one of the most picturesque and challenging holes in Canada.

New Brunswick’s Fundy Coast

St. Stephen Golf Course
St. Stephen, NB
18 holes, par 71

Brookside Golf Course
Grand Manan, NB
18 holes, par 54

Herring Cove Golf Course
Campobello Island, NB
9 holes, par 36

Rockwood Park Golf Course
Saint John, NB
18 holes, par 70

Hampton Golf Club
Hampton, NB
18 holes, par 74

Sussex Golf & Curling Club
Sussex, NB
18 holes, par 72

Petitcodiac Valley Golf & Country Club
Petitcodiac, NB
18 holes, par 69

Fundy National Park Golf Course
Alma, NB
9 holes, par

Burro Hills Golf Course
Hillsborough, NB
18 holes

Memramcook Valley Golf Course
Memramcook, NB
18 holes, par 72

Moncton Golf & Country Club
Riverview, NB
18 holes, par 70/72

Mountain Woods Golf Club
Moncton, NB
18 holes, par 70

Maplewood Golf & Country Club
Moncton, NB
18 holes, par 72

Lakeside Golf Club
Moncton, NB
18 holes, par 70

Royal Oaks Golf Club
Moncton, NB
18 holes, par 72

Country Meadows Golf Club
Moncton, NB
18 holes, par 72

Fox Creek Golf Club
Dieppe, NB
18 holes, par 72

Sackville Golf & Country Club
Sackville, NS
9 holes, par 35

Nova Scotia’s Fundy Coast

Clare Golf & Country Club
Church Point,NS
18 holes, par 71

Digby Pines Golf Resort
Digby, NS
18 holes, par 71

Annapolis Royal Golf & Country Club
Annapolis Royal, NS
18 holes, par 70

Truro Golf Club
Truro, NS
18 holes, par 70

Mountain Golf & Country Club
Truro, NS
18 holes, par 71

Riverrun Golf Club
Truro, NS
9 holes, par 34

Brookfield Golf & Country Club
Truro, NS
18 holes, par 70

The Links at Penn Hills
Shubenacadie, NS
18 holes, par 72

Fox Hollow Golf Course
Stewiacke, NS
18 holes, par 72

Parrsboro Golf Club
Parrsboro, NS
9 holes, par 33

Springhill Centennial Golf Club
Springhill, NS
9 holes, par 36

Amherst Golf Club
Amherst, NS
18 holes, par 71

This was the 29th article in our “52 Reasons to visit the Bay of Fundy” series. The Largest Natural Whirlpool in the Western Hemisphere was last week’s reason to visit the Bay of Fundy. Don’t forget to mark your calendar or use the RSS feed so you won’t miss the 30th reason next week!

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