The Falls Golf Club course is set in the foothills of Mount Cheam, with fairways routed around towering cedar trees and rocky outcrops. There’s hundreds of feet of elevation change here, most notably at the 229-yard 4th hole.
The golf course at Westwood Plateau is very easy on the eye with rolling fairways leading to manicured greens, protected by clever bunkering and grass swales.
Fairview Mountain is golf at its finest; dramatic elevation changes, open valley holes along with some tight, tree-lined classics.
The fairways of the Dunes at Kamloops golf course are set out on a sandy soiled landscape that was once the riverbed of the North Thompson River.
Located on Vancouver Island, the course at Duncan Meadows was bought out of bankruptcy by current owners Grace and Ming Hui back in 1996. Such is the quality of their layout nowadays, it’s hosting the Canadian Men’s Amateur in 2018.
The course at The Harvest Golf Club is set out within 254-acre working orchard, with fairways routed around different types of apple trees.
The course at Shannon Lake Golf Club occupies a compact site extending to only 95 acres – eight holes on the other side of a main highway are accessed via an underpass – with the signature 8th hole wrapped around the lake.
Arnold Palmer’s first Canadian design, the course at Whistler Golf Club had all eighteen of its greens re-laid with Bent grass in 2012.
Set out in the shadows of Mount Peter and Mount Paul, the bent grass fairways of the Sun Rivers Golf Course weave their way around a residential development that’s located just five minutes from downtown Kamloops.
Arnold Palmer designed both 18-hole courses at Northview Golf and Country Club with the Ridge opening first in 1994, followed shortly after by the Canal.