If you truly love golf, there is simply no better choice than the Hillcrest Golf Club. This unique setting is the ideal location for local players or golfers who travel from outside the area. The tranquil atmosphere along with our naturally fed spring creek, rolling hills, lush fairways defined by prairie grass and our poplar trees complete the landscape. As you travel the course you cannot help but bask in the rich traditions of this nearly century old course. Our convenient location makes us an ideal choice for corporate outings, charity events or company functions.

Just a short 35 minute drive west of Regina on the double lane highway # 1.We are located at the corner of Thatcher and Main St N, with easy access from the hwy for out of town visitors.

Whether it is the backshop, kitchen or pro shop, our friendly and knowledgeable staff are sure to please you with the treatment all our members are accustomed too. Our dedication to make your golfing experience a lasting one is our main goal.

Come experience golf the Hillcrest Way!



The Moose Jaw Golf Club began in 1913 as a nine hole course laid out in Ross Park on land donated by H. Y. Smith. In 1919, the course was expanded to an eighteen hole par 72 layout of 5,662 yards. In 1920 the club constructed a new clubhouse on the south edge of the valley near the exhibition grounds. Touted as one of the "sportiest" golf courses in Western Canada, it had a unique first tee situated on the hill forcing players to drive from out-of-bounds over the railway tracks to the fairway in the valley.

The Moose Jaw Golf Club has changed its name several times. During World War II, it was called the Elks' Golf Club and from 1947 to 1968 it became the Willowdale Golf Club. A new recreational facility was opened in 1968 called the Moose Jaw Country Club. A reorganization in 1976 again changed the name to the Hillcrest Sports Centre. In 2008, another administrative move split curling and golf into separate entities, and the club is now called the Hillcrest Golf Club.

The Hillcrest has hosted many provincial tournaments over its history beginning in 1922 with the Saskatchewan Open Golf Championship. More recently the club hosted a very successful Canadian Junior Girl's Championship in 2004 and in 2008 entertained the provincial Senior Men and Senior Women.