This young yet defiant course is quickly becoming one of Canada’s best golf courses. La Bete (The Beast) is one tough course that always looks so ready for a fight with its perfectly situated holes, smartly positioned sand traps, and wide fairways. It is one of Mont Tremblant’s outstanding courses – always in good shape with the wonderful mix of manicured and natural landscape. The course layout will challenge even the lowest of handicaps. Spending a golf trip in La Bete will test the golfers’ patience due to its demanding holes, and will captivate them with its one of a kind beauty.
La Bete (The Beast) is an 18-hole championship course with four tee offs, including a gold tee that plays 6,840 yards. Just like its sibling course, the Beast also has La Belle’s natural scenic beauty – the flawless greens and sloping greenery. It shakes along the raised plateaus and showcases the godly mountains and lake views. It lives up to its name as the centerpiece of Mont Tremblant’s spectacular Gray Rocks Resort. If an ideal golf trip is what the golfers are after, then this is their place.
La Bete (The Beast) winds along the Riviere du Diable and the plateaus with splendid perspectives of the Laurentian Mountains. The challenge of this course is difficult but fair. Players must employ strategy and skill to score well. But it is well conceived so a good swing is always rewarded with a good view of the next shot. It has plenty of lefts and rights, ups and downs, and no two holes are similar. Having a golf vacation here will allow guests to truly discover unique holes that inspire strategic play with every shot. Booking a game at this Graham Cooke-designed course will leave the visitors with great memories of their toughest shot.