The course has hosted several Canadian Professional Golf Tournaments, most recently in 1999 and 2003. The former (1999) won by Aaron Oberholser, who rose to Top 25 on the PGA tour money list in 2006, and the latter (2003) by Mario Tiziani. Also, in 2008, the Sault Golf club hosted the Canadian men's senior amateur championships, won by Graham Cooke.
The Sault Golf Club was originally a private club. It was then chartered as a not for profit, member owned, corporation in 1939. Since that time the Sault GC has been a semi private club, welcoming visitors on a daily green fee basis. The original, 1919, clubhouse overlooks the St Mary's River.
1804 Queen Street East
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A 2H1