The Frobisher Bay Golf and Country Club is a temporary golf course re-created every year in the middle of the bay, disappearing with the spring melt.
Playing the par 52, 18-hole course can be a challenge: despite the 14 hours of sunlight, the temperatures hover around minus 20 below and the wind is a brisk 30kms per hour.
Each year, the Peter Gzowski Invitational tournament for literacy moves between cities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The course is played on ice using coloured tennis balls. All proceeds go to support local and territorial literacy activities.
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