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Trent Johnson is smiling after scoring a hole in one on hole Number 2 at the Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club in Sunday, July 18.
Photo: Matt Graham

You don’t see this every day

July 21, 2020 at 3:38 pm
It’s tee time again at the Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club

It’s tee time again at the Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club

June 2, 2020 at 2:58 pm

Jerry Ingham, 4 Wing Military Sports Coordinator Golfers have been eager to get outside and play a game since re-opening of the Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club. Golf is one of the few sports permitted under provincial health regulations, but there are rules to ensure safe distancing and safe play. For a start, you have to phone ahead to book a tee time and you will notice there are plenty of signs at theRead More

Saturday was beautiful day for a round of golf at Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club.
Photo: Jeff Gaye

Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club tees up a new golf season

May 8, 2018 at 3:37 pm

Jeff Gaye The Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club is more about golf and less about winter for the next six months. The club’s 18-hole golf course is open for play, and program manager Mike Ansell says it survived the winter is great shape. “The greens are fantastic,” he said. “Customers are saying they’re the best they’ve been in years. I was out playing a round with one of my co-workers and when we gotRead More

Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Palm Springs golf course with a special tournament Saturday. The winners of the best-ball event were the foursome of James Blackman, Cameron Janvier, Randy Blackman and Jesse Muskego.
Photo: Jeff Gaye

Golf tourney honours 60 years

August 15, 2017 at 5:03 pm
The old log cabin clubhouse (above), built in 1966, was replaced by today’s combined golf and curling facility in 2004.
Photo: Jeff Gaye

Vision, pride and sweat equity built The Jewel of the North

August 8, 2017 at 1:03 pm

Jeff Gaye In 1957 – sixty years ago – a committee of RCAF personnel looked at several acres of swamp, brush, forest and meadow attached to RCAF Station Cold Lake and envisioned a rudimentary, but playable, golf course. Palm Springs Golf Course opened that year with just three holes and sand putting greens. Membership was five dollars per year for military members, $15.00 for civilians. Year by year, bit by bit, the course was improvedRead More

Golf club celebrates 60 years with special tournament

July 25, 2017 at 11:07 am

Jeff Gaye The Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club is holding a special scramble-format tournament August 12 to celebrate its 60th anniversary. Planning for the course began in 1957. It opened with just three holes, and sand greens. Three years later it expanded to nine holes with grass greens. “Hundreds of volunteers were involved in building it,” said Keith Rieder, a long-time member who has researched the club’s history. “Ninety-five per cent of the golfRead More