Lloydminster named host site of Warrior Golf’s All Nations Cup

Aerial photo of golf course

Lloydminster, AB/SK – Lloydminster will be the host site for the 2023 All Nations Cup from July 30 to August 5, 2023. This prestigious event brings together First Nations golfers from across western and central Canada to compete in a friendly and competitive environment.

The tournament will be staged over seven days at the Lloydminster Golf and Curling Centre and Rolling Green Fairways Golf Course & RV Park.

Located north of the city’s downtown, the Lloydminster Golf and Curling Centre is home to one of the top golf courses in Saskatchewan, which has hosted tournaments such as the Saskatchewan Amateur and PGA of Saskatchewan Championship. Nestled within picturesque landscapes, the LGCC appeals to avid golfers and beginners alike by offering four sets of tee boxes ranging from 5,700 yards to 7,000 yards.

Situated on the city’s west perimeter, the family-owned and operated Rolling Green Fairways offers an immersive experience with its meticulously crafted 18 holes, each enticing players with lush green fairways and challenging design. With a par of 71, the course caters to both novice and seasoned golfers alike. Additionally, Rolling Green Fairways offers a convenient 80-site RV park.

Providing a wide range of equipment and accessories, players of all skill levels can explore the well-stocked pro shops at the Lloydminster Golf & Curling Centre and Rolling Green Fairways to enhance the golf experience.

The All Nations Cup will bring a significant economic impact to Lloydminster as the tournament is anticipated to attract hundreds of golfers and guests, creating opportunities for local businesses to benefit from increased tourism and revenue. 


“The City of Lloydminster is honoured to be the host site of this important event and looks forward to welcoming Indigenous golfers, their families and spectators from across Canada. We recognize the importance of promoting Indigenous culture and tradition and believe that events like the All Nations Cup help to foster understanding, appreciation and respect.”

Mayor Gerald Aalbers, City of Lloydminster

"Warrior Golf is proud and excited to enter into this relationship with the City of Lloydminster and Rolling Green Fairways as a true act of reconciliation utilizing the spirit & unity of golf as a platform. Hosting the 2023 All Nations Cup is no small feat as we anticipate in excess of 500 golfers participating in 6 tournaments cumulating towards 1 community champion. Mamawohkamotowin (work together - Cree), one of our guiding principles at Warrior Golf, and we look forward to working with the Lloydminster Golf & Curling Centre and Rolling Green Fairways to host this prestigious event. It’s our hope that we can continue to develop this positive relationship to host possible future events.”

Wayne Wood, Founder & President, Warrior Golf

“Rolling Green Fairways is truly honoured and thrilled to host the All Nations Cup on our pristine grounds. It’s an incredible opportunity to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of our Indigenous communities through the universal language of golf. Our course eagerly awaits the arrival of players, ready to provide a warm and inclusive atmosphere where tradition, camaraderie, and the joy of the game converge harmoniously."

Heather Walker,  Rolling Green Fairways Golf Course

About All Nations Cup

Celebrating First Nations culture, tradition and athleticism, Warrior Golf first held the tournament in 2021, and it has since become one of the most highly anticipated events of the year. For more information, visit the All Nations Cup on Facebook.