Some unique golf courses in the Northwest Territories you won’t want to miss

Billy Joss Golf Course - Ulukhaktok
www.arcticgolfing.caStep away from the typical country club and onto a course where the only thing between you and par on the tundra is a hefty muskox. Really. It is the most northern 9 hole golf course in North America and the 24-hour daylight allows golfers to perfect their swing day and night.
Pelican Rapids Golf and Country Club - Fort Smith
www.fortsmith.ca/cms/attractions/golfing The Pelican Rapids Golf and Country Club flanks the banks of the Slave River on the outskirts of Fort Smith. After a game on the grass fairways, relax in the licensed clubhouse or on the deck for a view of pelicans and kayakers on Slave River. Swing away from May through September.
Seven Spruce Golf Course - Fort Simpson
www.fortsimpson.com/attractions.htmlYou’ll have plenty of space to yourself along the grass fairways of this 9 hole course. Rent clubs and tackle the sun-soaked course or put up your feet in the clubhouse for a relaxing afternoon.
Hay River Golf Club - Hay River
www.hayrivergolfclub.comWarm up at the driving range before hitting the 9 hole Hay River golf course, carved out of northern boreal forest. Rent a cart or walk through the course which features artificial greens. The course hugs the banks of the Hay River and is bordered by tall, white-trunked aspens for a picturesque golfing experience.
End of the Road Golf Course – Inuvik
Travel to the end of the Dempster Highway for this remarkable 3 hole golf course and driving range. Keep an eye out for ravens as you swing – the course has had to close when the sneaky birds made off with all the golf balls. 
Ptarmigan Ridge Golf Course - Norman Wells
An added challenge for golfers at Norman Wells’ unusual 4 hole course is location. The course skirts around the Royal Canadian Legion – take care when you aim.