From Our Editors
Despite its name, it's unlikely that golfers will see brontosauruses and tyrannosaurus rexes on the course at Dinosaur Trail Golf and Country Club. Instead, the 18-hole green is dotted with natural Alberta trees, still water lakes, and tall grasses. But, beyond the green, the club has much more to offer golfers. At the pro shop, expert staff members fit players with the right gear from hat to shoes. At Dinosaur Trail's driving range, golfers practice and perfect their swings before heading out on golf carts. And, when a long day on the course is through, players make their way over to the on-site grill to sit down with a homemade burger or the chef's famous beer-battered fish and chips.