Golf on the Oceanfront!
Our 14-hole course offers you the best choice in golf:
a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and quality golf holes.
With very affordable rates, just 10 km from Tatamagouche,
experienced and novice golfers will enjoy the golf options available – see below.
At Brule Point, you really choose how you golf.
Play 9 holes in the morning and still have plenty of time to go to the beach in the afternoon. Play 5 holes after work. Enjoy a round of 14 and still have the energy (and the money) to go out in the evening; or play 18 and do what you want. We’ll even let you play all day!
We will gladly apply your paid green fee towards a membership or green fee package; ask us about for more details!
We are a family friendly course and welcome experienced golfers and novices with equal enthusiasm.
On the Northumberland Shore, this semi-private course surrounded by ocean waters has ever-changing breezes that can make each shot a different encounter. The “original” 9 will offer challenges to golfers of all skill levels. You can tee from the white or the red tees and play at your comfort level.
Our 5 “new” links style holes offer a different experience and three sets of golf tees: blue, white and red. The traditional Scottish Links fairways with mounding and bunkers lead you onto the generous, bent grass greens. These substantial greens will test your putting precision with quick but fair speeds.
Driving Range & Practice Green
Be sure to use our driving range to limber up, work on your stroke or challenge your buddies to the longest drives! With target greens and yardage markers, even non-golfers can join in an afternoon of fun!
No clubs? Not a problem. We have clubs for use on the driving range at no charge for Juniors; a donation to the 10th Annual Caitlyn Fraser IWK Fundraiser is asked of adults. We offer packages for the range too!
Our practice green, with green side bunker, is adjacent to the driving range and clubhouse. After hitting a bucket on the range, dial in your putting game. Here's a hint: arrive early for your tee time; hit the range and practice green and get an edge on your buddies!
We probably have the best view from a practice green - what do you think?