Flowing Springs Golf History

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History of Flowing Springs Golf Greens

Since 1960, the Flowing Springs Golf Greens has been a part of golf in Regina.

As with everything, changes have been made over the years at our golf course. Below are some of the most significant changes.

1960
The original course was established in 1960 by Albert and Henry Murray. The course started out as a sand green course with just 9 holes. In the early 70’s, the sand greens were converted to grass greens.
1978
The course was purchased by Loney Anderson. At the time of purchase the course consisted of 9 grass greens and 9 sand greens. Those were quickly converted to 18 grass greens.
1982
Land was later purchased and holes 1, 2,3, 4 and 10 were lengthened. Holes 1 and 3 also received new greens and new tee boxes for holes 2, 4 and 10.
1987
Later development of the property resulted in new hole layouts for holes 12, 13, 14 and 16.
1992
Hole number 8, a par 3 with an elevated tee box, received a large new green.
2012
Recently holes 13 and 15 have received elevated new greens, along with new tee boxes on holes 13 and 14.
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Regina Public Golf Course

Flowing Springs Golf Greens is a public golf course. Located just 15 minutes northwest of Regina.

Facilities include an 18-hole championship golf course, driving range and practice green, plus a Pro Shop, Snack Bar and Lounge with a deck and patio.

Our fully licensed clubhouse and deck offer a great view of the 600 yard long Par 5 first hole. Our spacious patio gives you a view of the 18th green.

The golf course is available for charity and corporate golf tournaments

NO TOURNAMENTS CAN BE BOOKED AS OF NOW BECAUSE OF COVID-19

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