Designed by architect Graham Cooke, Le Blainvillier opened its doors on May 18, 1991, under the direction of professional Raymond Richer.
From its opening, Le Blainvillier was recognized for the beauty and difficulty of its two courses. Over the years, the Club has hosted several major tournaments bringing together professionals as well as the best amateur players from Québec and Canada. These include the qualifying round of the Du Maurier Classic, the American Express Cup on the Canadian Tour (Paul Devenport), the Titleist Cup in 2002, the Canadian Women's Amateur Championship in 2003 (Lisa Meldrum), the Québec Amateur Championship in 2004 (Marc-André Roy), the Gennium professional players' championship in 2005 (Kevin Dugas), 2006 (Jean-Louis Lamarre) and 2007 (Kevin Sénécal), the REZO players' championship in 2008 and the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship in 2009 (Cam Burke).
In 2004, Le Blainvillier was designated as a Centre d'entraînement de l'élite des juniors du Québec (CEP).
Located in the northern suburbs of Montréal, in the heart of an immense natural wooded area, Le Blainvillier is a 36-hole private golf club with a solid reputation. With two championship courses offering exceptional playing conditions, the Royal and the Héritage, Le Blainvillier is a great challenge for golf enthusiasts of all levels.
With its exceptional playing and training facilities and strong tripartite agreement with Summerlea and La Vallée du Richelieu clubs, Le Blainvillier is at the forefront of private golf clubs on the Montréal North Shore and is ready to meet the challenges of the coming years.