Located within the Laurentian Mountains, Mont Tremblant is renowned for it reputation as an outstanding ski destination. But when the snow melts and the weather is warmer, the resort provides a golf experience like no other. Mont Tremblant offers four exceptional golf courses to please even the most discerning golfers. Read more to learn about amazing Mt. Tremblant golf courses, and the best times for you to visit in the summer.
Le Diable Golf Course
With compelling red-sand bunkers, winding valleys and long, slender fairways, Le Diable Golf Course is comprised of devilish twists and unpredictable turns. Designed by legendary Architects Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, this par 71, 18-hole course is the ultimate test of golf ability and skill. Rated one of the top 10 championship courses in Canada by Golf Style (2005), Le Diable offers an unrelenting challenge that will keep even the most accomplished golfers on their toes. Le Diable is open from early May to late October
Le Géant Golf Course
Situated in a milieu of magnificent beauty, Le Géant Golf Course offers a truly captivating golf encounter. With stages of terrain carved right into the mountain side and awe-inspiring views of the remarkable Laurentian horizon, this par 72, 18-hole championship course will have you struggling to stay focused on the game. The course is open from mid May to mid October. Rated best golf resort in Canada by ScoreGolf magazine (2007), Le Géant combines beauty, challenge and one very fun course.
La Belle et La Bête
Crafted by Graham Cooke, La Belle and La Bete are two amazing golf courses designed for players of all calibres. As its name suggests (meaning beautiful in English), La Belle is truly a beauty with tree-lined fairways, flourishing greens and breath-taking panoramic landscapes. La Bête, however, has an award winning layout and is considered the favourite among the two courses with its mountain setting, rivers and lush topography. La Bête and La Belle are both par 72, 18-hole championship courses. However, while La Belle offers an easy, relaxed course; La Bête requires strategy and tactical inspiration.
When to Go & Where to Stay!
As Mont Tremblant’s golf courses are mostly open during the spring and summer season, the weather should not be a problem in deciding when to visit. It is also completely dependent on personal schedule and preferences when deciding the perfect time to go. For those looking for the best rates, the Early Season (May) and the End Season (late September into October) are the best times to play. Booking far in advance of when you want to play may also provide further discount opportunities.
For those seeking easy accessibility to the golf courses, there are many rental developments that offer quick and simple entry. Rabaska and Borealis are two developments that are just moments away from Le Diable. For Le Géant fans, Les Manoirs and Tremblant Les Eaux are the best spots to stay. Finally for those looking to take on Le Belle et La Bête; Rabaska and L’Aiglon de Tremblant are top choices.