This is the first in our series entitled, “Five Things,” where we ask our Canadian Rockies Golf professionals and fans five great questions about the destination. Have a question or topic you wish us to explore? Post here or on our Canadian Rockies Golf Facebook page. As The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is slated to
As our fingers itch to grab a golf club, it's time to start planning your annual golf trip. The Canadian Rockies Golf destination is not a hard sell – who wouldn’t want to play amid the towering Alberta mountains, playing historic courses when the days are long and the ball goes farther than you imagined?
The days are already getting longer and warmer in the Canadian Rockies in Western Alberta - can you feel it?Bing Crosby at The Fairmont Jasper Park LodgeWe're gearing up with a few good pieces of news to share:GOLF Magazine has named both The Fairmont Banff Springs and The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge to its Gold
Happy New Year!The Canadian Rockies Golf team is starting 2012 off with a bang - by giving away our final prize of our Share the Spirit Campaign. We're so thankful you've participated, we're offering our best gift pack yet:A Stewart Creek Logoed Flask (perfect for those cold nights)One dozen logoed Titleist ballsLogoed Stewart Creek shirtBeautiful
Two member properties of the Canadian Rockies Golf Consortia (https://canadianrockiesgolf.ca/) have scored high marks in Golf Digest’s Top 75 Golf Resorts biennial list, which appears in the November 2011 edition, currently on news stands.The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf CourseThe Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge entered the leading golf publication’s list for the first time, garnering
September – a fantastic time to play golf in the Canadian Rockies. This past weekend, temperatures reached 25 degrees C (a lovely near 80-degree F day). Fall leaves are seen here first, and offer breathtaking contrast to powdered mountain tops and surprisingly warm afternoons. There’s great golf in Alberta from now until mid-October, and you