Coronach Golf Course
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Coronach Golf Course

101 1St Ave S, Coronach,Saskatchewan,S0H 0Z0
No. Holes: 9
(306) 267-3300
Detailed description

Coronach Golf Course is an 9 hole golf course located in Coronach, Saskatchewan.

The first Coronach Golf Course was opened in 1930, north of the CPR railroad track in downtown Coronach. In the 1950's land south of town land was provided by the city on which to build a new course.

 In 1958 a three-hole course opened for play. John Wilson designed #1 layout - 212 yards - along the present #1, Dave Aldous designed #2 - 315 yards from present #1 green to the top of the hill, and Marv Day designed #3 - 365 yards down the hill along the present #9 fairway.

In 1959, three more holes were constructed. Numbers 3, 4 and 5 were over the hill and #6 was what is now the 9th hole. 

The final 3 holes were opened in 1964.

In 1980, the Central Pacific Railroad donated the old train station to the course.  The station was moved to the course and now serves as the club house.

The course has been a labor of love by countless volunteers.