Laid out within an undulating 143-acre property, the classic old parkland course at Gorge Vale Golf Club is a late 1920s A. V. Macan design which was upgraded at the start of the new millennium by Les Furber.
A. V. Macan designed the layout at Nanaimo Golf Club in 1951 but seventeen years passed before today’s 18-hole layout was brought into play. At the late 1990s, Graham Cooke was engaged to develop a 10-year course improvement plan.
The Rise golf course is at the centre of an Okanagan Lake resort community in Vernon. Designed by Gene Bates and Fred Couples, the Rise is enjoyable for all levels of golfer.
Located in the Pitt River Valley, the two 18-hole layouts at Swaneset Bay Resort & Country Club were designed by the legendary golfer Lee Trevino. Measuring 7,126 yards from the tips, the Links course is the longer and tougher of the two tracks.
Despite some elevation changes and uneven lies, Redwoods is a playable course, where forest pine stands line most fairways – exemplified by the par five 4th hole, which has a visually intimidating tee shot.
Founded in 1953, Seymour Golf & Country Club lies a mere 20-minute drive from downtown Vancouver. The club’s course is renowned for the tight, tree-lined fairways and small, fast greens which are laid out across a pleasantly undulating property.
Located on the east shore of Vancouver Island, the audubon-certified course at Fairwinds Golf Club is a Les Furber creation where the wonderful natural setting affords golfers sweeping views of Georgia Strait from many of the fairways.
The inaugural design from the drawing board of Canadian professional Dave Barr, the 7,000-yard plus Canoe Creek golf course represents a stern Salmon Arm challenge.
Cordova Bay has hosted two Canadian Tour stops featuring current PGA Pros Mike Weir, Ian Leggatt and Notah Begay.
Set out on Lulu Island, to the south of downtown Vancouver, the course at Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club is a Les Furber design. As the club’s name suggests, water features at thirteen of the holes on the layout.