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Joanne Goulet Golf Course
Joanne Goulet Golf Club
8045 Kestal Drive
Regina, SK S4Y 1G7
PGA of Canada Professionals:
Paul Schatz and Gary Gerein
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As Regina's municipal executive length course, the Joanne Goulet Golf Club provides city residents with a fast, enjoyable round of golf. In as little as 3 ½ hours you can play a full 18 holes, making the course an ideal choice when you want to golf, but have little time. It allows the golfer to use all the clubs in their bag and is a real challenge, a mix of long and short holes.
The back 9, which was designed by Dave Grant, is longer than the front nine. It also has very genenerous greens which are well protected by sand. Because of their size, they prove to be very inviting targets, and are most forgiving to novice golfers. Their mostly level surfaces read true, allowing you (in most cases) to aggressively tackle the hole.
The Wascana Creek weaves its way through the entire course and is in play on 15 of its holes. The creek provides the bulk of the course's hazards, as Joanne Goulet plays very open with few trees in play.
The course was named after the renowned Joanne Goulet in 1993. Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Joanne was the first Canadian woman to have a golf course named in her honour. She was installed in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in 1980. Goulet won the city of Regina women’s Golf title thirty-two times. She is a two-time Saskatchewan Junior Women’s champion, a nine-time Saskatchewan Amateur Women’s champion, and a six-time Saskatchewan Senior Women’s champion. She was also part of the Saskatchewan Senior Women’s team that won the Canadian championship in 1985 and 1990. In 1964, Goulet participated in the British Open and won the Commonwealth Trophy as a semi-finalist. Joanne Goulet passed away in 2014.