The Winston Golf Club (formerly known as the Elks Club of Calgary) is a semi-private golf course located in the Nose Creek Valley. It is reached from Edmonton Trail and is directly across the CPR tracks from Fox Hollow.
The course hosted the 2007 ATB Financial Classic, a CPGA tour stop. It also hosts many charity tournaments and has hosted several Alberta Golf Association tournaments.
The course plays in the valley except for the first tee. You start off a round here with a drive into the valley on the 455 yard first hole. The course is very well kept and features very soft sand bunkers. There are four tee boxes per hole on this par 72 course, which plays as long as 6850 yards. The terrain is very rolling. The course features four very scenic par three holes including an island green on the 17th hole.
The club adopted the Winston name in 2017 to match to the Winston Heights neighborhood that is adjacent to the course. The new "W" logo is well-talked about in the golf community