The Carman Golf and Curling Club (CGCC) is located in Carman, Manitoba.

The club was originally established on May 12, 1924 as a five hole club. In the spring of 1930 land was purchased and nine holes were opened on the”old side”. On August 28, 1953 the first tournament was held. The course began production on the “new 11 holes” in 1982 and opened the 18 Hole Golf Course in the spring of 1984. On August 17, 1990 the new clubhouse officially opened and is enjoyed today!

Carman Golf and Curling Club is known as a select destination for golf in the summer and curling in the winter months. Formerly two clubs, the CGCC amalgamated its executive and combined all operations to be a year round facility managed by a general manager and offering something for everyone. CGCC features McGee’s Family Restaurant, a 194 capacity banquet facility, five sheet curling arena and 18 hole golf course. Both the golf course and curling club have been recognized as top-notch clubs hosting many prestigious provincial and local events.


President: Cliff Holliston
Vice-President: Kyle MacNair
Treasurer/Long Term Planning: Phil Unruh
Professional Services: Bev Kippen
Greens & Ice Making: Ian Bergsma
Chris Swaenepoel
Director: Richard Vanderveen
Director: Dale George
Director: Kathy Adams
General Manager: Dean North
Superintendent: Rob Hamm
Asst.  Secretary Treasurer: Richard Dyck
McGee’s Family Restaurant: Robynn Salter