Spruce 3

Spruce 3 is your first big test on this side. A long, uphill par 4 that is home to one of the most demanding tee shots & challenging greens. The fairway bunker on the left-hand side is a good target – but make sure to stay right of it. A large clump of trees and brush will grab all shots that stray too far to the right. The difficult approach shot plays uphill and is protected by a large, clover-shaped bunker in the front left. One of the largest, tiered green on the course, the small false front can make even the best putters struggle to get down in 2.

Par

Black Tees

Blue Tees

White Tees

Gold Tee

Innisfail Golf Club - Course Layout - Spruce 3

Booking Policy

It is imperative that our Members & Guests abide by the below protocols as failure to do so will result in the individual(s) being removed from the facility. We must all become socially responsible for our actions and behaviour so golf can remain open for the enjoyment of all, through these challenging times.

Update on the golf course and 27 holes of operation (when applicable):

We have begun operating on an 18-hole course and a 9-hole course on a rotational basis.

  • Tee times on the 18-hole course will run from 7:00 am- 7:00 pm
  • Tee times on the 9-hole course will run from 10:00 am- 7:00 pm at 5 minute interval tee time
  • The 9-hole course will be utilized for single play only.
  • We encourage anyone only wanting to play 9 holes to book on the 9 hole course, allowing for more 18 hole rounds
  • Carts will not be permitted in the parking lot, the reasons are for liability, insurance, and to maintain better social distancing.

Booking your Tee-Time

As in years past, we have made some improvements to our in-house tee time system to help better serve all of our patrons, members, and public alike.

  1. Booking by telephone (403)227-3444 ext. 2
  2. Bookings will be available starting 7:00 AM - 8 days in advance (for Members) and 7 days in advance (for the public), with only one person from the group making the reservation.
  3. Players may only golf with those who live in the same household, or if the person lives alone, they may golf with two other players, both of whom must be in that player's "close-contact" group.
  4. Players playing in "singles" will be limited to playing on the 9-hole course at this time.