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Golf getaway 2014: Le Diable and Le Geant in Mont-Tremblant

No. 1 on Le Diable.
No. 1 on Le Diable.
Ron Patey

Station Mont-Tremblant’s Le Diable “The Devil” and Le Geant “The Giant” are teaming up to lure Ottawa-area players into their clutches by offering a price break this season.

No. 18 on Le Diable.
No. 18 on Le Diable.
Ron Patey

The pair of spectacular tracks can be played on any day, at any time in 2014 for the two-round rate of $169, power cart included.

Actually, the cost is applicable to run out to seven rounds in total and a 20% price slice kicks in when additional rounds are booked.

And if players would like to golf and get in a pampering session, they are able to do so by selecting the Golf and Scandinavian Spa Package.

The number comes in at $99 and features several options for men and women to take advantage of right on through until Sept. 27.

Think about starting a day at the spa and then spending the afternoon on one of the courses. Or play golf while the better half relaxes in the Scandinavian baths.

The package includes one round on Le Diable or Le Geant from Sunday to Friday after 1 p.m. and access to Scandinave Spa from Sunday to Friday.

Ottawa-area companies and organizations looking to reward their people are invited to research Station Mont-Tremblant’s Corporate Golf Tickets.

The tickets start $79.50 when eight rounds or more are purchased and are an eye-opening way to show thanks to staff, clients, colleagues or friends. They are valid seven days a week, include a power cart and are transferable.

Le Diable weaves its way through mountainous forests with its red-sand bunkers adding contrast to the stellar setting. “The Devil” is a par 71 18-hole championship course that measures from 4,651 to 7,056 yards.

Le Geant grips golfers with its dramatic beauty. It has plateaus that were chiseled into a Laurentain mountainside, giving players dramatic scenes to gaze upon as they line up their shots. “The Giant” is a par 72 18-hole championship course playing to 6,836 yards.

Le Diable is slated to open May 9 and Le Geant greets players for the first time on May 16.

Getting to the Mont-Tremblant region is quicker now that the completion of Hwy. 50 combines with improvements to Hwy. 323 to shave what had previously taken two hours and 15 minutes to cover, to a travel time of one hour and 45 minutes.

For more details or to book tee-times, call 1.866.783.5634.