Golf Course

More for your game.

A quality Robert LeBlanc design that winds through the spectacular terrain and delights players with the challenges that lie around each turn.

If golf is your passion, this is the place to pursue it. Home ownership gives you the option for two golf memberships at a special discounted rate exclusively for residents of Aspotogan Ridge. Designed by Atlantic Canada’s leading golf course architect, Robert LeBlanc, the course beautifully showcases the rolling wooded area and features inland lakes, rolling plains, meadows, river valleys, rocky bluffs, and coastal estuaries.

Back 9 holes – anticipated for the 2022 golf season

Meet Doug Nelson our Director of Golf – talk about Membership – tour the Course

Book a Tee Time

1/2 Year Memberships available now
(prices include tax)

• $500 single
• $375 weekday 
• $800 couple
• $1,025 families


2 for $40 – 9 Holes Walking
2 for $60 – 9 Holes with Cart
2 for $55 – 18 Holes Walking
2 for $75 – 18 Holes With Cart
$20 – Single 9H Walking
$27.50 – Single 18H Walking
$15 – Cart 9 Holes
$25 – Cart 18 Holes


CURRENT SPECIALS (Monday to Friday Only)

2 for $35 – 9 Holes Walking
2 for $55 – 9 Holes with Cart
2 for $50 – 18 Holes Walking
2 for $70 – 18 Holes With Cart
$20 – Single 9H Walking
$27.50 – Single 18H Walking
$15 – Cart 9 Holes
$25 – Cart 18 Holes




Junior Program

Wednesdays: Starting July 10th to August 28th

Members – Included in membership
Non Members – $20 per day- includes 1 hour on course instruction and a Hot Dog and drink after.

Time: Starts at 11:00AM

July 10th – On Course Instruction- Distance
July 17th – On Course Instruction – Direction
July 24th – On Course Instruction – Full Swing
July 31st – On Course Instruction – Chipping & Putting
Aug 7th – On Course Instruction – Team Scramble
Aug 14th – On Course Instruction – Team Scramble
Aug 21st –Skills Competition – Future Links- Long Game
Aug 28th –Skills Competition – Future Links – Short Game

Clinics will be groups of 6 kids and 1 hour in length. Sign-up at the Club House or email Doug at

Volunteers are welcome!

***Plus applicable taxes




Dinner Date!




Call 902-857-1333 or drop by the Clubhouse at 376 Parkwood Drive


To view the progress of the golf course construction please take a look at our photo album:

Aspotogan Ridge  has been designed to showcase the variety of Nova Scotia’s coastal landscapes. From inland lakes, rolling plains, meadows, river valleys, rocky bluffs and coastal estuaries, the course character is defined by the landscape it inhabits.

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The course looks like it has always been there, fitting into the surrounding landscape. The holes employ natural features to maximize the risk reward potential. The layout challenges the experts but provides a fun and engaging experience for more modest golfers.

Incorporating and accentuating the natural beauty of the region’s woodlands, wetlands and striking granite outcroppings, our course is ideal for all levels of players. It’s yours to enjoy whenever you wish, when you make Aspotogan Ridge your home. Consider some of these exciting highlights and features:

Golf Course progress 053The Course

  • Exciting layout makes this course perfect for all golfers, with four par-3 holes, four par-5 holes and 10 par-4 holes
  • Sized and shaped with generous landing areas
  • The course showcases the full splendour of this rolling wooded area and its magnificent granite outcroppings.
  • Creative design incorporates and accentuates several wetland holes and ponds to enhance appeal and challenge seasoned golfers
  • The course was built using the latest technology and is maintained with environmentally friendly practices
  • Fully automated, satellite-controlled irrigation system

“New golf courses are now being designed to conserve water, preserve sensitive ecological areas and minimize environmental impacts. With that in mind, we conserved the wetlands around the site, fit the course to the land and preserved old growth pine stands wherever possible. We knew we had to build a first rate ecological golf course at Aspotogan and we incorporated ecological design principles right from the initial design phase, carefully siting the course to avoid the most sensitive parts of the property.”

~ Robert LeBlanc