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The Inglewood Golf Club (officially known as the Inglewood Golf and Curling Club) is a golf course and curling rink located physically at the southwest corner of the 17th Avenue and Deerfoot Trail Interchange. Access to the course is via 26th Street SE.

The golf course is a mature layout that was revived following the 2013 floods. It currently offers four tee decks (the two forward decks are consolidated on several of the holes). The course can be played from approximately 5000 to 6600 yards. The front nine features narrow and wooded fairways. The back nine has more openness but is still well-treed.

The third hole features an open backdrop to the Bow River while the ninth is a gutsy par five along the river. The 14th features a very large railroad-tie framed bunker guarding the green. The course offers five par three holes - each offers a flavor of scenery and challenge.

Until the recent BRT project and dedicated busway was installed in 2018 the course was easily seen from the interchange - the most notable being the 16th hole which is the longest par four on the course.

The logo for the course is a stylized capital I featuring a goose.

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