Club history


In 1957, members of Montreal’s Jewish community decided to found a prestigious golf club on Montreal’s South Shore. They enlisted the talents of noted golf course architect Howard Watson, who designed and built Pinegrove. The Club has hosted two Canadian Opens and, in 2006, the Canadian Mid-Amateur Championship. The course record is 64 and was established by none other than Tommy Aaron when he won the 1969 Canadian Open. Since the very beginning, professionals and amateurs have considered Pinegrove to be one of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses in Quebec. The Club is open to all.


1957 – Ouverture

Architecte: Howard Watson
Verges: 7 090
Par: 71

News bulletin 1957 (en anglais)


Formule: 72 trous, 4 jours
Date: 30 juillet – 2 août
Parcours: 156
Coupe: 152
Bourse: 50,000 $, 1e place: 7,500 $
Gagnant: Kelvin Nagle, Sydney, Australie – 277


Affiche Canadian Open 1964

Publication officielle de l’omnium Canadian Open 1964

The Gazette – Long course gives edge to strong, accurate drivers 1964 (en anglais)



Par: 71
Formule: 72 trous, 4 jours
Date: 24 au 27 juillet
Parcours: Non disponible
Coupe: 79 joueurs à 148
Bourse: 50,000 $, 1e place: 25,000 $
Gagnant: Tommy Aaron, Callaway Gardens, Georgea
2e place: Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Après élimination 18 trous: Aaron 70; Snead 72


Publication officielle de l’omnium Canadian Open 1969

Journal de Montréal – Canadian Open 1969-1