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Mickelson National Golf Club

34122 East Harmony Trail / Rocky View County, Calgary Mickelson National Golf Club

Escape to the freedom of wide-open spaces. The western horizon only interrupted by iconic prairie vistas and wild horses on a path to snow-capped peaks. This is a golf course framed by rolling foothills with a raw natural aesthetic. This is Mickelson National Golf Club – proudly in harmony with nature, designed to push the frontier of golf as we know it.

Mickelson National naturally invites camaraderie and playful fellowship. Its brilliant routing, water features and elevation provides both challenge and amusement. If you were a bronc-rider, you would describe this golf course as unbridled, an adventure made for thrill-seekers. With course architecture focused on creative shot-making, multi-option tee complexes and warm western hospitality, this unique use of land, shaping 18-holes amongst memorable and majestic landscapes, is an experience not to be missed.

Club Rules & Etiquette

Appropriate golf attire is required. Unsuitable and prohibited dress is as follows: T-Shirts, Tank tops, halter tops, swimsuits, gym shorts, mini shorts, spaghetti straps, jeans or worn pants, sweat pants, jeans, cowboy boots or cleats are prohibited.

Metal spikes are prohibited on the course and in the Clubhouse.

All golf course rules are in place to allow all golfers to maximize the enjoyment of their day. No one is exempt.

The Etiquette of Golf
  1. No one shall move, talk, or stand close to, or directly behind the ball or the hole when a player is making a stroke.
  2. The player who has the ‘honour’ shall be allowed to play before others in the group, provided he or she is ready, (play “ready golf’).
  3. No player shall hit until the group ahead is safely out of range.
  4. When the play of a hole has been completed, players shall immediately replace the flag and leave the putting green, scoring and discussions taking place on next tee.
  5. A player shall see that any turf “divot” is replaced and pressed down at once or the sand/seed bottles are used to fill the divot. A player should also be careful not to take up turf with his or her practice swing.
  6. Players shall rake bunkers after use and repair ball marks on greens.
  7. Cutting or twisting on the green’s turf with shoe spikes shall be avoided.
  8. A player who has incurred a penalty shall communicate the fact to the opponent(s) as soon as possible.
  9. The low handicap player in each group shall be responsible to the club for the priority and etiquette of the group while on the course.
  10. Play ready golf. Select club, plan shot and be ready to hit when it’s your turn.
  11. Keep up to the foursome ahead of you.
  12. Fight slow play!

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