Named after a native yellow and red flower that grows on site, Devil’s Pulpit’s sister course, or “The 'brush” as it is commonly referred to, is as close to an original seaside links golf experience as one can get inland. The randomness of the contours was created by glaciers and the ‘lay-of-the-land’ layout, complete with firm and fast fine fescue fairways, hidden hazards, stacked sod-walled bunkers, in-play rock walls and huge sweeping greens all make for a unique North American playing experience. Devil’s Paintbrush truly has the heart and soul of authentic links golf.



Golf Digest:
Best Golf Courses in Canada (#10)
100 Best Courses Outside the U.S. (#72)
Best New Canadian Courses of 1992 (#1)

Best Modern Canadian Courses (#1)

Score Golf:
Top 100 Canadian Courses (#10)

*Fry/Straka member designed under Hurdzan/Fry

*Photos by Henebry Photography

*Awards include highest ranking throughout course history.