June 12/2021 Update
Starting June 12, the updated public health orders state that groups of up to 5 people can gather outdoors. As a result, we are now allowing standard bookings for tee times in groups of 4 going forward.
Reminder, please don’t not remove the pins on the green. Please use the plastic lifter to remove your ball from the hole. The same previous covid rules apply currently.
Skins Night Announcement
Starting tomorrow Apr 27th @ 4:30 pm, we will host our first skins night. This is a 2 man scramble format. $35 included green fee and cart, plus $10 buy in to participate.
April 08/21 Update
Power carts are now available for use. Portable toilets are also accessible on the course.
Reminder, please don’t not remove the pins on the green. Please use the plastic lifter to remove your ball from the hole. The same covid rules as 2020 apply currently.
Open For The 2021 Season
Whispering Winds of Warren Golf Course is opening for the 2020 season on Friday April 2nd.
Please visit our booking page or call the proshop to reserve your tee-time.
The safety of our staff and our customers is important to us. Please take the time to review our COVID-19 Policy and Procedures page.
News of the Day
Please visit our “News of the Day” page for important updates on course status, delays, and other pertinent information.
Under new ownership and new management effective March 2016.
The Warren Golf Course is located a short 21 kms from the junction of the Perimeter Highway and Provincial Highway No. 6. The golf course has just celebrated its 20th anniversary and is becoming one of the unsung jewels of the Interlake area. The golf course features 18 holes of golf to challenge all levels of players, a driving range, fully stocked Pro-Shop and a full service Club House capable of hosting tournaments of up to 140 golfers.
The Warren Golf and Country Club was conceived over a cup of coffee one day in 1983 by Jim Laird, Grant Johnson, George Henry, and Lorne Reimer. Their dream of an 18 hole golf course just outside the town of Warren, Manitoba was an ambitious one for such a small community. An option was secured on 160 acres of land one-half mile east of town. The golf club incorporated and the sale of charter memberships was initiated in order to provide funding for the project. Our first Honourary Life Member, Mr. Toby Wilson was instrumental in ensuring the sale of these initial charter memberships. The patience, persistence, and labour of these and many other individuals resulted in the first nine holes being opened for play in September, 1987. An expansive ranch style clubhouse was to follow a year later. By 1992, the second nine holes was opened for play and the dream had been realized.