The Devon Golf & Conference Centre is set along the scenic valley of the North Saskatchewan River. It first appeared in 1954 as a 9 hole golf course, built for the oil workers servicing Leduc's #1 oil field. The course was expanded to 18 holes in 1970.
The early 1980's saw major renovations made to the course. This included the installation of an irrigation system and dramatic reworking of holes #4 through #10. In 1996 the course was realigned to improve playability.
Golfers who visit Devon will find narrow, tree-lined fairways that closely follow the natural contours of the river valley providing a challenge for all levels of golfer.
Players are rewarded for correct club selection and smart course management. Devon's greens are fast and require a soft touch on the undulating surfaces.