Located in the heavily wooded Duck Mountain Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, just minutes from the Manitoba border, one hour NE of Yorkton.
Madge Lake Golf Resort sits atop rolling hills wooded with aspen, fir and birch trees. The 18 hole course from the blue tee is relatively short at 5522 yards (5049 m) making it ideal for new golfers.
But don't be fooled, experienced golfers will find the undulating fairways and the varied slopes of the greens a challenge. Accuracy and a good short game will be rewarded.
Madge Lake's starting hole is a good introduction to the challenges ahead - there is a slope in the landing area of the fairway. You will want to think carefully about strategy right off the first tee. If you would like to know more about the 18 holes on the course, please visit the hole-by-hole description page for the layout and tips to succeed on every hole.
Madge Lake Golf Resort is a 70 minute drive NE from Yorkton, SK. More specifically, the course is located 21.8 KM east of Kamsack, SK, right beside highway 57, just south of the lake. If you are coming from the Manitoba side, the course entrance is 6.6 KM east on highway 57 off Provincial Trunk Highway 83.
There is a map picture at the bottom of the home page.
Typing Madge Lake Golf Resort into Google Maps will take you to the course.
If you type in the mailing address to the course, you will end up in the center of Kamsack. Grab and ice cream and we will see you at the course in 15 minutes!
A view of the #1 green, short right of the green