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Mont-Tremblant is the ultimate destination for golfers! Discover the courses of La Diable, La Bête, Le Maître and Royal Laurentien.


All golfers must one day play on the famous courses of the Mont-Tremblant region. All located in exceptional natural settings, the courses are exciting and can challenge even the most experienced.

The Grand Lodge Mont-Tremblant is the ultimate destination for a golf stay. The proximity of numerous courses, combined with the multiple services and attentions of the establishment, promise you a memorable experience.

Complete your day of golf with a happy hour at the Whiskey Bar, taste the delights of the Chez Borivage restaurant or take advantage of the swimming pool, spa, beach and our concierge service… This is why golfers choose the suites at the Grand Lodge !

Here are the main courses to play in the region.


Golf courses in the Mont-Tremblant region

Golf Le Diable

  • 18-hole, 7,056-yard championship course; par 71
  • Spectacular views, pine forest, presence of white-tailed deer
  • Architects: Michael Hurzdan & Dana Fry (1998)

Golf Le Maître Club Link

  • Masters Tournament course, 18 holes over 7,010 yards; par 72
  • 260 acres of forest, along the Diable River, panoramic views.
  • Architects: Fred Couples, Gene Bates, Graham Cooke, Darrel Huxham (1998)

Golf La Bête

  • 18-hole, 6,825-yard championship course; par 72
  • Challenging and gripping, spectacular views that inspire strategic play
  • Architect: Graham Cooke (1998)

Golf Royal Laurentien

  • Mountainous 18-hole course over 6,800 yards; par 71
  • 90 sand traps, 15 holes with water, 12th hole of more than 600 yards
  • Architect: Gabriel Ménard