OK place for kids or to practise your game being that it is right in Edmonton. No real sand traps or obstacles to get in your way other then slower players. The course is fairly well kept though. Good place to practise shorter drives and your irons.
This reminds me of the Pitch N Putt. If you are looking to sharpen some of your golf skills that don't involve driving than you will probably benefit from coming here.
You can choose to play 9 or 18 wholes and for the most part you will need wedges, unless you are putting of course. It's a bit far for me but it was a good time. If live close by it is worth checking out, only if you don't want to play out a full course game.
Located in Edmonton's north side, Rundle Golf Course is the perfect place for people who want to practise their golf game without getting involved in a full-fledged course. The holes here are all par 3, so wedges and putters are the tools of choice. The greens are well-maintained, the course fees reasonable, and there is a choice of playing 9 or 18 holes.
Rundle Golf Course also has an indoor clubhouse featuring a cafeteria-style dining room. The food is pretty much standard fare - burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken fingers -- along with cold drinks such as pop and beer. You don't have to be a golfer to stop in here for a bite. There is a bike trail that runs right alongside the golf course, and I have hung out for a while to take a break.