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!
Ile Bizard, QC
Elm Ridge Country Club was established in 1924. Our current facilities were built in 1960 and consist of two 18-hole Championship courses. It is inspiring to see how, throughout the years, our members have distinguished themselves on the golf course, in golfing circles and in the Montreal community at large. We are proud to say that we continue to assume a leadership role and to set a standard of excellence, which others will hopefully embrace.
An easy 15 minute drive from downtown Montreal, The Kanawaki Golf Club, opened in 1914, boasts a beautiful and demanding course that hosted the Canadian Open in 1929 along with many other important professional and amateur tournaments over the years. The club's membership is passionate about the traditions and game of golf. It's not surprising that Walt Disney Pictures chose Kanawaki as the venue for its 2005 film "The Greatest Game Ever Played", the story of Francis Ouimet.
Le Club Laval-sur-le-Lac is proud of its motto "Ã Nul Aultre Ne CÃ©de", adopted following a fire that completely destroyed the clubhouse on September 10, 1951. This motto represents our determination to strive continually towards excellence, at all levels, as we provide our members and their guests with a memorable experience, every visit. Our founders dreamed of creating an enviable, prestigious club, ranked among the best in Canada. It is this vision of excellence that continues to drive us today.
Ile Bizard, QC
Royal Montreal is the oldest golf club in North America, having been founded in 1873. In that year, a small group of eight gentlemen sat in a dockside office and formed the Montreal Golf Club. Eleven years later, in 1884, permission was granted by Queen Victoria to use the "Royal" prefix.