Work on perfecting your overall handicap with a round of golf at The Club de Golf Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello in Montebello.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So when you are ready to take your golf game to the next level, schedule a tee time at The Club de Golf Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello in Montebello.
For more than three decades, birthday parties, family outings, and corporate retreats have come to life at Karters' Korner with the hum of go-karts, the satisfying sound of well-driven golf balls, and the laughter of children at the mini golf course. A glistening fleet of 40 single and 8 double-seater karts send drivers and passengers zooming around a nearly mile-long track, shielded by the safety of annual vehicle inspections, roll bars, seat belts, and force fields. Visitors who don't meet the track's 54-inch height requirement can practice their automotive skills on the four-wheeler kiddy-kart track. Golfers master their swing at the 1,000-foot driving range, sending balls soaring over a glistening lake speckled with four island greens. Newly renovated mini-golf unites families against the challenge of sending golf balls past cleverly designed obstacles, and an arsenal of pool tables, air hockey, and video games entertain guests indoors. The newly-added paintball fields allow patrons to splatter paint at will within one of several courses. During warm, sunny days, picnickers gather at the large covered patio for lunch, and athletes pick up games of basketball or beach volleyball at the outdoor courts.
Spanning ecosystems of wetlands, meadows, and hardwood forests, the Marshes Golf Club balances natural features with competitive play. The final collaboration between legendary designer Robert Trent Jones, Jr., and his father, the course qualifies as both as an Audubon Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary Course and a champion-style arena, having hosted five PGA of Canada Senior Championships and several ancient gladiatorial battles. As players wind through the woodlands and wetlands, they'll discover several unique features, such as a shared putting surface for the 9th and 18th holes and a balanced mix of six holes for each par level.
Sculpted into the banks of the St. Lawrence River, Iroquois Golf Club’s links-style course spans 6,158 yards of gently undulating terrain. As players traverse the picturesque par 72, riverside winds, relatively sparse trees, and scorecards printed in Gaelic channel the coastal charms of the old courses of the Emerald Isle. Intervening waterways appear on all but three holes, placing confident swings and sound course management at a premium. Rounds conclude with a dramatic finish at the par 3 18th hole, where approach shots must send golf balls soaring over a water hazard that sits between tee and green and houses a community of great blue herons who raise their young on a golf ball-based diet. Patrons who arrive by plane at the Iroquois Air Strip or by boat at the Iroquois Marine Services can call the golf club and arrange for a shuttle to drive them to and from the course.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Course rating of 68.8 from the farthest tees
Slope rating of 127 from the farthest tees
Length of 6,158 yards from the farthest tees
Three tee options
Link to scorecard