Measuring a modest 6,361 yards from the back markers, Marine Drive Golf Club is not overly long but what it lacks in distance off the tee it makes up for in strategic design...
The Vancouver Golf Club was founded in 1910 and H.T. (Mike) Gardner designed the golf course in a wooded, parkland setting that extends to more than 175 acres.
Bill Robinson laid out the 18-hole course at Gallagher’s Canyon Golf & Country Club and it lies within a residential estate next to the gaping expanse of Gallagher's Canyon...
Competed in 1991, the course at Storey Creek Golf Club is a Les Furber design that is set on the eastern side of Vancouver Island. Look out for the par five 12th, it’s a cracker.
Architect Bill Robinson’s 18-hole layout at Eagle Ranch Golf Resort overlooks Lake Windermere, the Columbia Wetlands and the small town of Invermere.
Designed by Irish architect A. V. Macan and opened in 1958, the course at Richmond Country Club is a terrific tree-lined track which is characterised by its well-positioned bunkers and undulating, elevated putting surfaces.
The course at Crown Isle Golf Resort boasts magnificent views of the Beaufort mountain range through the trees at several holes...
Situated twenty miles south of downtown Vancouver, the fairways at Kings Links by the Sea overlook the tidal flats of Boundary Bay, with holes routed around several man-made lakes. It’s not a proper links but it’s still lots of fun to play.
Graham Cooke and Wayne Carlton laid out the Talking Rock golf course in 2007 and it's set in a mature, forested setting that skirts the banks of Little Shuswap Lake.
Bill Newis laid out the front nine holes in 1986, with Les Furber adding a complementary back nine a decade later at the Golden Golf and Country Club.