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COMPETITIONS HOSTED AT THE GLENDALE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB


The Glendale opened its doors in 1961 and since that time has become one of the premier golf  facilities in Canada.

Since our inception the Glendale has continued to make improvements to the golf course with the goal of increasing the membership’s enjoyment of each and every round. The quality of the golf course has not gone unnoticed; indicative of the amount of national and international events we have hosted Players at these events such as Phil Jonas said "I think you’d see the Glendale in the top three or four golf courses in all of Canada". Ray Stewart remarked that the Glendale is the best golf course he has played in the twenty years he has been on the Canadian Tour. After winning the Canadian Amateur Championships in 2000 Han Lee remarked that "I have never seen a golf course actually improve in condition during competition".  As well, our golf course has played host to many of the best players in the world. Both John Daly and Lee Trevino have played the Glendale and were very impressed. In fact, Mr. Trevino held the course record of 64 for seventeen years until it was broken at the 2002 Telus Edmonton Open by  Aaron Barber and the event after by Edmonton native Mike Belbin who both carded a 63.
  • Glendale Golf & Country Club has hosted more PGA TOUR Canada tournaments than any other course in Alberta playing host to the TOUR in 1998, 2002, 2006, 2009, and 2016.
  • Hosted the 2005 Alberta Amateur Championships
  • Hosted the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championships 2000
  • Hosted Western Canadian Junior Invitational 1997
  • Host to John Daly in 1993 and previous course record holder, Lee Trevino in 1985
  • Host to the Canadian Mid-Amateur Championships 1992
  • Host to the 1983 Commonwealth Ladies Championship
  • Host to the Alberta Mid-Amateur Championships 2018 

“Only minutes from downtown, the Glendale Golf & Country Club is like a trip to the national parks.  The only thing missing is the Mountain View.  An old-style course that opened in 1961 it is deep in tradition and even deeper in green lushness.”
Curtis Stock, Edmonton Journal Sports Reporter