The following Club Directory lists those clubs in the Branch which have taken advantage of the option to submit photos and descriptions of their clubs for the web site.  Since this is an option, the listing does not include all clubs in the Branch.

For a complete list of all clubs affiliated with CSCM through our members, please click on the Memmbers' Clubs link at the top of your screen.  However we would love all clubs affiliated with CSCM to provide their photo and a short description as you see below!

If you would like your Club added to the Directory below, please provide the following in an e-mail to the National Office (national@cscm.org ):

  • Your Member Name and Member Number
  • Club Name as it is to appear with the listing
  • City and Province in which the Club is located
  • Description of Club - please keep the marketing to a minimum! (MAXIMUM 500 characters, including spaces)
  • Club Photo in .gif or .jpg format ideally 190 pixels wide X 140 pixels high with a 1px black border on the inside to be consistent with those you see below.

Manitoba Club

Winnipeg, MB

The Manitoba Club was founded in 1874 and is Western Canada's oldest private club. The Club's current site,194 Broadway, represents its third location and has been in use since 1905. Recently restored, the Manitoba Club's heritage clubhouse balances historic grandeur with modern day comforts to create a truly exceptional Member experience.

Southwood Golf & Country Club

Winnipeg, MB

Southwood Golf & Country Club is Manitoba's oldest golf club. Established in 1894 and relocated to brand new facilities in 2011, the new 18-hole course, measuring up to 7,311 yards was designed by renowned Canadian architect Thomas McBroom to the highest standards. The spectacular natural and historic surroundings offers one of the finest tests of golf in Manitoba and the province's best practice facilities over almost 300 acres.

St. Charles Country Club

Winnipeg, MB

Founded in 1904, three legendary golf course designers are responsible for the 27 holes. In 1919, Donald Ross rebuilt the original course, Alister MacKenzie designed the MacKenzie nine, which opened in 1931, his only work in Canada. In 1954, Canada's Norman Woods was responsible for the renovation of the Woods nine. The course has played host to the Canadian Open and several LPGA and Senior PGA events. With unappalled golf programing, practice amenities, year round dining and member attention for all ages St. Charles focuses on being a premier Canadian club.