Welcome to the Ridge
The only course in Manitoba to host an annual PGA TOUR Canada event, Pine Ridge Golf Club was founded in 1912 and designed by Thomas Bendelow and then redesigned in 1919 by the legendary Donald Ross.
Offering its members a local golfing experience unlike any other, with quick undulating greens, rolling hills, and the signature par 3 ninth hole. Pine Ridge is a true test of any skill level.
Now is your best opportunity to become a member at the exclusive Pine Ridge Golf Club. From unrestricted tee times, making the most of your golf season, to a great social calendar, Pine Ridge offers a multitude of affordable membership options.
PACE OF PLAY POLICY
Your position on the golf course is behind the group in front of you, not in front of the group behind you.
RULES OF PLAY
Golf Canada rules govern all play, except where modified by local rules.
- Out of bounds is defined by boundary fences and/or white stakes (includes protective screen left of #3 tee)
- Lateral hazards arc defined by red stakes and/or lines
- Relief without penalty
- a) marked ground under repair
- b) all flower beds
- c) artificially surfaced roads and paths
- d) trees marked with ribbon
- e) tree wells containing crushed rock, including wood chips on 8th hole
- f) protective screens are immovable obstructions
- • take nearest point of relief, plus one club length, not nearer the hole
- • lntervention on line of play is not interference
- Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions (Rule 24-1 applies)
An excellent starting hole, short and pretty straight forward but watch out for this green as putting from the wrong side will be testing for all levels.
A reachable par 5 for long hitters that leaves a good chance at birdie. Avoid the left bunker on your tee shot. Green runs away from you.
A short par 4 dogleg to the right that doesn't need a driver off the tee.
Reachable by only the long hitters, this hole normally plays into the wind. A birdie here is a bonus!
One of the toughest holes on the course, #5 demands a good drive and second shot to a green that even the best can't read.
Don't let the length fool you, this hole will test your patience when it comes to the green. Par is a good score.
First par 3 on the course. Slightly uphill and surrounded by sand.
This is a risk/reward hole. Long hitters will take it up the right hand side past the water. Shorter hitters lay up in front of the water.
One of the toughest holes on the course, #9 demands an excellent tee shot to a uphill Donald Ross upside down saucer green.
Back down the hill for #10. Getting through these 2 par three's even par is a step up on the field.
Hardest hole on the course for the men. A good drive will leave a mid to long iron into a small green.
Another risk/reward hole, a good drive will leave you the chance to hit the green in two.
A short uphill par 4. Long hitters can reach the green with an accurate tee shot. Green slopes severely back to front. Keep ball below the hole.
A great par 3 guarded by bunkers on every side.
Longest hole on the golf course. An elevated green makes for a tough approach shot.
A three tier green makes for some tough putting, choose your club wisely.
A good par 4 that requires an accurate drive. Green is below fairway so take 1 less club on approach.
A very tough finishing hole with no visible trouble. Uphill approach to green is all carry. Par is a great score here.
Pine Ridge boasts a great practice area for you to use at your leisure. A large driving range and chipping area are at hand for you to polish up your golf swing, and a large practice green by the Clubhouse will help bring your score down by practicing that two-putt!
Pine Ridge Golf also offers some of the best instruction around. From individuals, to large groups, we are capable of designing the best program for you, in order for you to get the most out of each lesson. We also offer a comprehensive and fun-filled Junior program.