Golf PEI is a non-profit association of provincial golf industry stakeholders. Our mandate is to promote Prince Edward Island as a golf destination and to draw golfers from all over the world to our more than 400 fairways on Prince Edward Island. PEI is your next golf destination for many reasons. See 10 of those reasons here.
Golf PEI also operates a full service online and direct call reservation centre for tee times and golf vacations on behalf of our member courses and accommodation partners. Our golf travel specialists have more than 25 years of combined experience in booking golf vacations. They have visited/played our courses and they have toured and/or stayed at our hotels, cottages and other types of accommodation. We’ll use our expertise to answer your questions and provide you with as many golf vacation options as you require. Our local knowledge is invaluable when planning your next golf vacation. As Golf PEI is a non-profit association and our golf travel specialists are not paid commissions.This ensures that the travelling golfer receives the best value and service for your golf vacation from unbiased golf travel specialists. We listen and help you build your next unforgettable golf vacation.We will confirm everything: tee times, accommodations, and any after-golf activities.
Golf PEI also operates a retail store at 193 Minna Jane Drive in Charlottetown (in the bed Bath and Beyond Plaza). All of the products in the store are supplied by our member golf courses.
To contact one of our staff, simply visit here.
PEI is Canada’s smallest province in both size and population, but it offers 28 golf facilities, all of which are open to public play. A third of PEI’s facilities were built after 1990, and the island boasts a strong supply relative to its full-time residents. PEI boasts one golf hole per every 343 residents on PEI and a population of 6,179 for every 18 holes! (2015 Golf Canada Golf Facilities Report).
The financial spin-off from the golfing industry on PEI is significant. Almost 80% is non-golfing consumption. Restaurants, retailers, accommodations, entertainment venues, tourism operators and others all benefit directly from the influx of people who came to PEI to play golf. Given that much of the island is sparsely developed, many of the province’s courses offer breathtaking views of the ocean and rolling hillsides. In 2011, PEI was named the Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year by the International Association of Golf Travel Operators.
The game of golf contributed an estimated $62.6 million toward Prince Edward Island’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). ($66.2 million in 2009).