History of Cooke Municipal

  1. The Hudson Bay Company gives a group of Scottish Immigrants permission to set up a small 9 hole golf course on their reserve land forming The Prince Albert Golf Club

  2. The First Playing of The Men’s Northern Amateur Championship

  3. Hubert & Alice Cooke arrive in Prince Albert, Hubert is hired as The Prince Albert Golf Club’s first golf professional. Clubhouse is built

  4. City Of Prince Albert and The Prince Albert Golf Club reach agreement, expand to 18 holes in late July 1935 (The city takes over operations, named Prince Albert Municipal Golf Course)

  5. Hubert Cooke Retires

  6. Clayton Robb is hired as golf professional

  7. Construction begins on The Prince Albert Golf & Curling Club (restaurant, proshop, curling rink, locker rooms)

  8. Hubert Cooke passes away in California. Prince Albert Golf & Curling officially opens

  9. Prince Albert Golf Club renamed Cooke Municipal Golf Course in honour of Hubert & his wife Alice

  10. Clayton Robb moves to Pinebrook C.C in Calgary

  11. Danny Jutras

    City of Prince Albert hires Danny Jutras as the 3rd golf professional at Cooke Municipal Golf Course

  12. CMGC hosts Canadian Ladies Amateur Championship

  13. CMGC hosts Canadian Junior Men’s Championship

  14. Irrigation system installed

  15. Renovations 1, 10, 17 fairways, 4th Hole

  16. Renovations Lakes on 3 & 5, Fairway 2, 3, 5, 2nd Tee Box

  17. CMGC host Canadian Club Champions Championship

  18. New 12th hole, redesign 13th hole & 10th tee box

  19. CMGC host Canadian Ladies Amateur Championship

  20. 100th Anniversary of Cooke Municipal Golf Course

  21. Danny Jutras

    Danny Jutras retires

  22. City of PA hires Darcy Myers as 4th Head Professional in club’s history

  23. Clayton Robb passes away in Calgary

Our Staff

Darcy Myers


Pierre Vezeau


Drew Ryhorchuk