Leduc Golf & Country Club originally opened in 1961 as a nine-hole course. It has since expanded to a full 18-hole, par-71 layout. The course measures a manageable 6,600 yards from the back tees and is spread across mostly flat terrain, making it a good golf course to walk. The front nine is more wooded with trees tightly lining the fairways while the back nine has fewer trees but more water hazards than the front. Meandering creeks zigzag across the fairways and several large ponds make for difficult carries. Once you reach the greens, you'll be met with subtle but tricky breaks and slopes. The layout is challenging but also diverse with reachable par 5s and tough par 3s. Leduc is a golf course that will appeal to players of all skill levels.