What's Happening Now

(from the Director of Golf - Dana Johnson)

   The End of Season Sale is on NOW in the pro shop with all clothing a minimum of 50% OFF and all shoes and golf bags are 25% OFF. 

The golf course is in great shape so take advantage of our September Promotion is Dollar Days are BACK.  Come out on Monday, Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday after 1pm and rent a power cart for 9 or 18 holes and your Green Fees will be $1.00 per hole. Phone the pro shop for more details

Also please check out our calendar of events to see the latest demo days, what's happening for tournaments, or any information. 

Lastly if you need any other information please contact the pro shop at 306-937-5659.

We look forward to another great golfing season.
Dana Johnson
Director of Golf
North Battleford Golf & C.C.


Notice to Members:

The Board of Directors of the North Battleford Golf and Country Club will be hosting an informational meeting on October 1, 2018 at the NBGCC for its current membership.  This meeting is for members to hear from the Board in regards to Drive Fore 2025.  We will be sharing information as to the history behind its inception, its intent and mandate, and the Board’s work to date.  In addition there will be a question period for members to ensure we are informed moving forward.
Meeting Details:
When:  Monday, October 1, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where: North Battleford Golf and Country Club
Note:  The kitchen/bar will be closed for the meeting.  There will be coffee and water available during the meeting.

Long Range Plan
Hole #4 Update
September 14, 2018
1) The construction crew is close to completing  the drainage mainline installation. Next will be tying in the smaller lateral lines and catch basins.
2) Because we may not be putting any sand in the bunkers this fall, they are considering completing their drainage in the spring, as there is a concern that the exposed pipe make get contaminated by blowing dirt over the winter.  There will be more discussion on that before a final decision is made.
3) The irrigation was flagged out on Wednesday. The entire project area is a very unusual space so figuring out sprinkler placement and pipe size took a little longer than anticipated.  It is important the irrigation installation is consistent with our approach on the installation in 2010.
4) Although the weather has been brutal, the construction crew figures they are on pace as normal regardless of the conditions.  A few of the guys have to go to their Pinebrooke job in Calgary for the weekend but are returning Monday with more guys to get started on the irrigation.
5) Depending on where in the project space they are working will determine our decision to use the regular tees or the temporary Par 3 ones.