Need more information?

Call us at 306.783.8707

Golf














Deer Park Golf Course

18 hole grass greens

One mile west of Yorkton on Highway 52.

Deer Park is a highly-ranked 18 hole course. The course derives much of its challenge from its hilly terrain, and ample trees and bush. During the 1920s the area was a wild animal park, which was then developed into a golf course. The animal park is now gone, but deer still frequently visit the mature aspen groves which line most of the fairways. The course is 6,367 yards from the tips, par 72 for men and par 73 for women, and the slope rating is 134 from the back tees. Rolling hills, plenty of bunkers, and the trees place a premium on accuracy over length. This course will challenge both experts and beginners alike. Power carts, equipment rental and lessons are available from the CPGA pro shop. Appropriate golf attire (no tank tops; shirts must be worn) is expected. The clubhouse is non-smoking. Food service with wine, beer and liquor is available. For tee time reservations call 306-786-1711 or 1-877-786-1711 toll-free. More details and course map.


York Lake Golf and Country Club

18 hole grass greens (temporarily nine holes)

At York Lake Regional Park, south of Yorkton on Highway 10 South.

This is a well-treed and challenging course. These challenges include sand, water, and rolling hills. The course offers a good mix of par 3 and par 5 holes with some of the holes featuring elevated tee boxes. The dress code is casual and credit cards are accepted. The ladies par is 72 at 5,520 yards with a slope rating of 128. The men play 6,034 yards with slope rating of 123 and a par 72. A pro shop provides power cart and equipment rentals, a driving range and practice green. Licensed food service is available. For reservations call 306-783-8424.


Cherrydale Golf and Campground

9 hole grass greens

4 miles east of Yorkton on Highway 10 East, 2 miles south on Cherrydale Road, 1/2 mile east

The executive-nine course and adjacent campgrounds are on land that was first farmed by the Cherry family at the turn of the century. The course was originally built as a 1,500 yard par 3 with two tee boxes per hole, but has since been expanded to three teeboxes per hole, playing 2,512 yards from the back tees. Water comes into play on five of the holes. The rough is rough and a player is rewarded for making good shots. Telephone 306-786-6877.


Crystal's Mini Putt

18 Hole Mini Golf

2 KM south of Queen Street on York Lake Road. (Close to York Lake Regional Park.) Telephone 306-620-3066