Founded in 1923 by Gilbert E. Ayers, the Lachute Golf Club is recognized across Canada as one of the most beautiful places to play golf. The two distinctive courses were designed over 400 acres by world-renowned architects, Stanley Thompson and Howard Watson, in a natural majestic setting in the foothills of the Laurentians.
The club has an almost legendary past. Its greens have been graced with the presence of legends like Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, Nick Price and the famous Judy Rankin, who won the 1977 LPGA Tour with a final score of 4 under par.
Since then, the Lachute Golf Club has continued to welcome generation after generation of local golfers and opened its doors to guests wanting to play a few rounds on its magnificent, historic courses. Even today, the club is a choice venue for the tournaments of several professional sports teams, including the Alouettes and the Montréal Canadiens.