Waskesiu Golf Course Hole Sign Auction

Waskesiu Golf Course
July 2024
06:00 AM CST
September 2024
06:00 PM CST

About Our Auction

Do you have a favourite hole at Waskesiu? Where you scored your first birdie? Proposed to a loved one? A hole-in-one perhaps?

Now you can remember that moment forever with a unique experience to own a piece of the history, YOUR history, of the Waskesiu Golf Course!

Thanks to the generosity of the Men's Group, the Waskesiu Golf Course will be replacing all of the tee box signs on the golf course over the season.

As a result, we are auctioning off all of the old signs to you, the supporters of the golf course for the remainder of the season!

About Waskesiu Golf Course

The Lobstick Golf Course was built in 1935. The course was designed by legendary Canadian architect Stanley Thompson and is a member of the Stanley Thompson Society.
According to native legend, the tassle-top lobstick tree, created by lopping off a series of branches below the top, was used as a navigational marker.

The practice continued with fur traders, early settlers, timber cruisers and prospectors in the area. In modern times the lobstick tree serves as a reminder of the area's rich historical past, and marks the beginning of a course rich in golfing adventure and tradition.

This is one of the oldest golf courses in Western Canada. The "old course" in Waskesiu is still here today and retains much of its original layout. It has 18 holes and the golf course can be played by all level of players.

For a golf course of such historical importance, access is remarkably easy. You can simply pay and play if you wish, and the pro shop sells special souvenirs. Memberships are available for both local golfers and visitors. A membership for the latter might make a particularly unusual golf gift.

Waskesiu Golf Course truly is golf at its most authentic and in its most historic setting.
Come try it -- you will really feel the history of the place.

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