#3 Dakota Dunes Golf Links
Located on the Whitecap First Nation just south of Saskatoon is another relatively new course to Saskatchewan. Dakota Dunes Golf Links is a monster of a course. At just over 7300 yards from the back tees I believe Dakota Dunes is the longest course in Saskatchewan (Ding, ding, Fact Check). Like other courses on the list this course has everything to challenge a mid-range to high level golfer. The signature aspect of the Dunes is the waste areas that act as the rough of every hole. Your ball can land in anything from sand, long grass, cactus, sage brush or even dead trees and good luck playing out of there because of its length you are also probably having to hit a 7 iron or lower to reach the green.
Have I mentioned the length of this course yet? It has two par 5s over 600 yards and only one par 4 under 400 and what goes better with a long course than an average wind of 30 km/h every time you play it. Make no bones about it this course will humble even the best golfers on a windy day. While it is a very tough course it is always in pristine condition and the bright green fairways and greens cut out from the desolate waste areas make it pretty to look at from every tee box. There is a reason it has hosted CPGA events and has made score golfs Top Public Courses list. It is a monster but definitely a course deserving of its ranking here.