The Ile Perrot Golf Club was designed by the renowned Architect John Watson.
Approximately fifty years ago, the golf members of the Association of railroad workers at at Canadian Pacific Railways (CPR) played golf at the Wentworth golf club located on the island of Montreal. In 1968, an increase in municipal taxes forced the members to think about relocating towards the west. Under the supervision of Nat Smith of Cemp Investments, a sum of $125,000 was collected from the then current members. During the summer season of 1969, the sowing of the first seeds occurred at the new location situated at 1717, boulevard Don Quichotte on the Island of Ile Perrot. The course was designed by the well known architect John Watson and under the directives of the Association of railroad workers Canadian Pacific Railways led by Mr. Louis Joyal the course was built under the direction of Jack Vincelli. The country club house was built by Loren Construction in 1970. The new course continued under the name of Wentworth for a few more years. The layout was some 6,630 yards (from the blue tees) with narrow alleys, and many wooded spaces, the greens were well protected with many sand traps and ponds. The site was selected for its country atmosphere without noise pollution and road traffic. The Clubhouse located at the top of the hill provides the dining room with a spectacular view of Lac St Louis and Downtown Montreal. At its beginnings, and during course construction, the players could use a tee to hit their shots from the newly seeded fairways. In 1974, the club was reconstituted and renamed the Île Perrot Golf & Country Club. With the passing of years many changes happened. In 1988, the 10th hole was lengthened and from 480 to 507 yards and a new green was built, protected by a grasspit and two sand traps on its left and a pond directly on the right side and the back. Each year, the grounds have been improved by adding new equipment. In 2007, after thirty years of use, the pumping system and the pump house were completely refitted and rebuilt. At the same time, the pond contiguous to the 4th hole was hollowed out and redesigned. In 2008, the outside of the Clubhouse was resurfaced with a new Brick Exterior. Moreover, the majority of the starting tees were raised and widened plus the addition of additional drainage through out the course.To respect the spirit of Quebec, the golf club functions as much in French as in English and it's membership is a reflection of this attitude.
In order to reflect the changes in the Modern era mangement of Private Golf Clubs , the club repostioned its management system in 2009