Nestled in the green coulee of Medicine Hat, Cottonwood Coulee is an 18 hole executive style golf course.
Opened in 1993, Cottonwood Coulee is a one of a kind course with a rich history. It was designed by golf architect Harold Pasechnik. Seven Person’s creek runs through the landscape where the area was formally referred to as Woolfrey Coulee. Prior to becoming Cottonwood, Woolfrey Coulee was a popular gathering spot for visitors and residents of the Gas City. The area was well known for its abundance of beautiful cottonwood trees.
When creating the layout for the new 18-hole golf course, Pasechnik took into consideration the natural landscape and charm of the cottonwoods. He strived to preserve and maintain the beauty of the coulee by creating a park-like golf course that maintains the existing picturesque features of the area. The coulee landscape created certain challenges for Pasechnik, however, in the end he used all of the land available to create the unique layout of the 18 hole course. To this day, the course features a variety of breathtaking panoramic views, and an abundance of varied wildlife.
Our relaxed dress code includes no collars for men, however sleeves are necessary. No workboots or cowboy boots.
Cottonwood Coulee Golf Course
3245 10 Ave SW, Medicine Hat, AB T1B 4B3
Architect: Harold Pasechnik