Coal Creek Golf Resort – Welcome

Closed For Season.

 

Greetings to Everyone,

I hope everyone is having a great winter despite the cold weather!  Please bear with us as we are overhauling the website and look to having it up and running shortly!  We have set up a booth at the Edmonton RV show and hope to see you there February 9-12!

Sincerely,
Jason Rasmuson
General Manager

Rates

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The first experience you  will have is playing in the quarry, which is evidence of the last coal mining operations of Dodds Coal Mining Company. This massive pit, will have 4 holes (#1, #4, #5, #18) playing in and out of it.  Combine this with 3 bodies of water, meandering creeks, a waterfall, black sand beach bunkers and a true mining feel, will be sure to leave you with a  memorable experience.
Another experience will include 7 holes (#6, #7, #8, #9, #12, #13, #14) that will have you taking advantage of the “scars” of early 1900 mining practices, which didn’t require any reclamation of the predominately flat land. These mining practices have shaped the land and  created rolling hills, large elevation points and several bodies of water. Truly some magnificent holes.
Update Pictures Nov 2009
The final golfing experience you will enjoy includes 7 holes (#2, #3, #10, #11, #14, #15, #16) of traditional links style golfing, with a twist. You will find all the features you would expect from  links style:  wide open undulating fairways, waste bunkers, plus black sand traps and the odd backdrop of mining equipment to remind you of the history of the land.
Update Pictures Nov 2009
consideration has been made to strategically spread these 3 unique golfing experience throughout the course. All of these features will be sure to provide a unique golfing experience on a championship course while providing  an appreciation of the history of the land with a coal  mining feel.
Click to see a PDF of the Course Master Plan – Golf Course Design by Puddicombe Golf
Anticipated opening 2011.
Be sure to come Play the Black.

 Book online at Online Tee-Time Bookings or by phone

(780)663-2473

2016 Rates – 5% GST included Mon -Thu Fri – Sun
(excluding holidays) (including holidays)
18 Hole Green Fee $46.25 $59.25
9 Hole Green Fee $30.25 $36.25
Senior  (60+) 18 Holes $41.25 $48.25
Senior  (60+)  9 Holes $26.25 $30.25
Twilight (After 4 pm) $41.25 $46.25
Junior (17-) 18 Holes $28.25 $31.25
Junior (17-)  9 Holes $15.75 $20.25
10 Pack – Anytime 18 Hole Green Fee Cart inc. Rate $609
10 Pack – Anytime  9 Hole Green Fee Cart inc. $400
Corporate Package – 50 -18 Hole Green Fees including Cart, Range, Logo on Pass and 14 day booking. $2835
Full Cart Rental 18 Holes Rate $31.50
Full Cart Rental  9 Holes $23.50

Tee Time Reservations

Tee-time reservations for Coal Creek Golf Resort may be made online at Online Tee-Time Bookings or by phoning (780) 663-2473

Up to 4 passes from a 10 pack may be used in one visit.

Tee-times can be booked up to 7 days in advance for weekdays and weekends.  When booking weekday times, the caller will only be allowed to book 2 times per call or visit.  Out of town guests may book further in advance with a valid credit card.  Please view our cancellation policy before booking.

The names of all the golfers in the group must be given at the time the reservation is being made.  when the group is less than 4 golfers, the club reserves the right to fill the open spots. The club also reserves the right to refuse tee-time booking privileges to those who abuse booked tee-times.

All golfers must check in at the Golf Shop prior to teeing off.

Reclamation of coal mine into a 18 hole Championship Golf Course
Three  unique golfing experiences all in one beautifully designed golf course.
The first experience you  will have is playing in the quarry, which is evidence of the last coal mining operations of Dodds Coal Mining Company. This massive pit, will have 4 holes (#1, #4, #5, #18) playing in and out of it.  Combine this with 3 bodies of water, meandering creeks, a waterfall, black sand beach bunkers and a true mining feel, will be sure to leave you with a  memorable experience.
Another experience will include 7 holes (#6, #7, #8, #9, #12, #13, #14) that will have you taking advantage of the “scars” of early 1900 mining practices, which didn’t require any reclamation of the predominately flat land. These mining practices have shaped the land and  created rolling hills, large elevation points and several bodies of water. Truly some magnificent holes.
Update Pictures Nov 2009
The final golfing experience you will enjoy includes 7 holes (#2, #3, #10, #11, #14, #15, #16) of traditional links style golfing, with a twist. You will find all the features you would expect from  links style:  wide open undulating fairways, waste bunkers, plus black sand traps and the odd backdrop of mining equipment to remind you of the history of the land.
Update Pictures Nov 2009
consideration has been made to strategically spread these 3 unique golfing experience throughout the course. All of these features will be sure to provide a unique golfing experience on a championship course while providing  an appreciation of the history of the land with a coal  mining feel.
Click to see a PDF of the Course Master Plan – Golf Course Design by Puddicombe Golf
Anticipated opening 2011.
Be sure to come Play the Black.

 

Location

 

Book online at Online Tee-Time Bookings or by calling (780)663-2473

Golf Course Location: Grand Forks Road and Range Road 182, Southwest of Ryley,  Alberta (zoom in to see roads).

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We have 23 lots completed and ready for Spring of 2017.  We are currently working on another 30 lots to have ready as well.  Lots have 50 amp power service,  Edmonton city water,  and sewer hookup.  We are currently accepting deposits for the 2017 season.   To receive information and updates please subscribe to the RV Park newsletter on the right side of the page.