Operated by the District of Taylor, the municipal course at Lone Wolf Golf Club is a mid-1990s design located just off the Alaska Highway. Taylor lies on a terrace known as the Taylor Flats, some two hundred feet above the Peace River, with the course laid out to the north of the township.
Measuring 7,140 yards from the tips, the course plays to a par of 72 with holes arranged as two returning nines, each of which ends by the clubhouse with a very long par five – the 9th comes in at 675 yards and the 18th at 630 yards. Not surprisingly, these two monsters (which run in parallel towards the clubhouse) are rated stroke index 1 and 2 on the scorecard.
Highlight holes include both par threes on the front nine, the 150-yard 4th and 200-yard 6th, along with the 375-yard 15th, which doglegs slightly left past a small pond on its way to the green. There’s also a par three short course available for play at Lone Wolf, offering holes between 70 and 160 yards for some short game practice.