In the picturesque rural municipality of St. Andrews, Manitoba, Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club is an appealing option for Winnipeg-area golfers looking for a tee time. Built in 1989, this modern links-style layout stakes its claim as the first in Manitoba to have a Scottish links flavor combined with a unique prairie woodlot setting. Players return to Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club again and again because of its fun layout, stunning scenery, good value, and proximity to Winnipeg it s just 22 miles from downtown. The par-70 layout, which rambles on land that formerly was a farm, features three tee decks that give golfers appropriately differentiated challenges at 5081 yards, 5,789 yards, and 6,191 yards. Each nine at Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club plays to a par 35 with two par 3s and just one par 5. During the round you ll alternative between stretches of parkland-style holes that churn through thick woods and others that play in wide open meadows. The layout's links flavor comes primarily from the bunkering and the wind that can be an x-factor. Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club opens with a tough stretch of holes highlighted by long par 4s and a long par 5. The tighter back nine is full of shorter par 4s. Water comes into play on about six or seven holes. Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club is comfortable to walk and showcases views of the Red River. Practice facilities at the club include a driving range, chipping green, sand bunkers, and a putting green. The clubhouse is large and elegant with a fully-stocked pro shop, banquet facilities, a private dining room overlooking the river and the golf course, and a restaurant/sports lounge that is an ideal spot for watching a game as you toast your round and savor good food. Larters s picturesque setting and amenities make it a popular wedding venue. For a rousing golf experience just outside of Winnipeg, make a tee time to play Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club.