Last Oak Golf and Country Club offers a casual and scenic golf experience. Upon arrival, guests are struck by the beauty of the Qu’Appelle Valley landscape. The Elcapo Creek winds through the course and steep valley slopes line part of the perimeter. Wildlife sightings are common, and it is not unusual to spot deer, foxes, coyotes, bears and a variety of bird species. In the spring, rare suckerlings (small fish) can be found in Elcapo Creek.
Players of all levels are welcome. For seasoned golfers seeking a challenge, the Par 36 course will definitely meet expectations. Lush tree-lined fairways, set among rolling hills, demand controlled drives and approach shots. Hidden greens and frequent water hazards test skill and patience. Putting on the sloped greens challenges players to hit their line with precision.
Cowesses First Nation, near the town of Broadview, is comprised of mixed Cree and Saulteaux peoples. Its community vision is stated as follows:
We respect and honour the diversity of our First Nation; from this strength we will all walk together to flourish as a united, healthy community for generations to come. This is a shared responsibility of our people and Chief and Council to bring forth the Vision for the future. We will all benefit from upholding this Vision.
The community is determined to operate a professional course that is a tourism destination for golf enthusiasts. Last Oak Golf & Country Club is a source of pride for Cowessess First Nation and its citizens. Youth benefit from having access to the golf course, where they can learn the game, develop skills, establish discipline and stay active. The course brings together the community and welcomes visitors to experience our little slice of paradise.