If you picture Saskatchewan as a never-ending series of flat fields, you will be pleasantly surprised when you arrive at Golf Kenosee. Our course is in Moose Mountain Provincial Park and is nestled in a forest of ash, fir, poplar and white birch. We are on the highest plateau in the southeast and on a clear day you might be able to see as far as 50km from the clubhouse. We have picturesque views on each unique hole and each one has its challenges. Starting from our breathtaking elevated first tee, the 18 holes meander through the forest, lakes, hills and valleys. You won’t find any houses or condos here as our fairways are all tree lined. You are completely at one with nature.
Golf Kenosee finished a full 18 hole renovation in 2007 where every fairway, green and tee was upgraded and bunkers and ponds were added which has brought our course to its current championship condition. Our par 72 course features four tees, ranging in length from a comfortable 4,912 total yards from the forward tees to a challenging 6327 at the tips. Plus, you can warm up your swing on the driving range. We have recently hosted the Saskatchewan Ladies Open and Mid-Amateur Men’s Championship and the Saskatchewan Mixed Championship.
Golf Kenosee offers great Stay & Play packages. The Bear Claw Hotel is newly renovated and is now open and offering an excellent Stay ‘N Play package that will keep you coming back for more! Nestled in the scenic Moose Mountains on the White Bear First Nations in southeast Saskatchewan, the Bear Claw Casino is SIGA’s most historic casino. The Bear Claw originally opened in 1993 on the White Bear First Nations near Carlyle SK. It was shut down in what was a highly contentious and emotional part of history between First Nations and the provincial government regarding gaming in Saskatchewan. The casino re-opened in November 1996 and has been successfully operating ever since.
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