Located close to both Edmonton and Sherwood Park a mile south of the intersection of Provincial highways 14 and 21, the Belvedere golf course occupies 160 acres of tree-lined rolling landscape framed by trees and posing a variety of challenges over 18 pristine holes. The newly renovated clubhouse overlooks the signature 7th hole. Score Magazine ranks Belvedere one of the Top 100 Courses in Canada.

Like your game, the Belvedere course continues to evolve, with new challenges being created under the direction of renown architect Ted Locke. Based in Tsawwassen, BC, Ted has designed and developed many of the most acclaimed courses in Alberta and the Pacific Northwest.  Under his direction, over $1 million in recent enhancements have been added to the par 71-73 course.

The Belvedere course is a formidable, pleasurable and often perplexing 6365 yards demanding strategy while maximizing playability. For anyone looking for a home course that presents a fresh challenge with every round, Belvedere is it!