Fraser Edmundston Golf Club
NEW BRUNSWICK’S MUST PLAY!
Located in northern New-Brunswick, Edmundston is a must-play-stop if you are a golfer travelling to and from Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.
Play one of Canada’s Hidden Gems
Rated four stars by Golf Digest, the par 73, 7000 yard golf course includes eighteen distinctive holes designed by Albert Murray in 1947. Located next to the Madawaska River, the course includes a wealth of mature deciduous and coniferous trees that provides not only beauty, but a feeling that each hole is an isolated picturesque setting, where you will be challenged by tricky greens, dramatic grade changes and attractive fairway rolls.
With a high season green fee of only $60, FEGC is also known as the best value in Atlantic Canada. If you are a golfer, don’t miss your chance to play one of Canada’s hidden gems!
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“One of Canada’s Best Hidden Gems” – Readers Digest, 2022
A Few Words
The Fraser Edmundston Golf Club was established in 1926. It was a pulp and paper company by the name of Fraser Inc., located in the city of Edmundston, which decided to build a nine-hole golf course. The course was opened in 1926 and, in 1936, its first clubhouse was built. In the mid 40’s, Fraser decided to purchase additional land to expand its golf course and in 1947, a brand new 18-hole course was completed. The course was completely redesigned and rebuilt by a noted golf architect, Mr. Albert Murray.
The Fraser Edmundston Golf Club is also one of the rare facilities to possess a five-hole Junior Course designed exclusively for our very young golfers.The Fraser Edmundston Golf Club continues to be rated as one of the best golf courses in the Maritime Provinces. In 1956, the Club and its members proudly hosted the Canadian Amateur Golf Championship when Moe Norman won against Gerry Magee. Mr Norman still holds the course record with an astonishing score of 64, which is 9 strokes under par. In 2002, the Club again had the privilege of hosting yet another Amateur Championship. The winner was an American, Mr. Dilbert Pruitt.