Golf The West Coast
A Week Of Golf Crusing The Gulf Islands
Introducing “The Golf The Gulf" package charter. Golfing on the Gulf Islands is enjoyed on the Southern Gulf Islands year-round because of the mild temperatures enjoyed in the region
Bowen Island Golf Club
This 9-hole golf course carved from a West Coast rainforest on Bowen Island, BC features magnificent views of Howe Sound. The 3,003 yard, par 35 layout designed by Russ Olson
Gabriola Golf & Country Club
The course boasts tranquillity and nature accentuated by magnificent views of Hoggan Lake, roaming deer and soaring eagles. The challenging 5800-yard par 71 course has nine fairways with separate tee boxes for a front and back nine.
Pender Island Golf and Country Club
One of B.C.’s most beautiful 9-hole public golf courses. This Gulf Island Jewel offers four elevated tee boxes and affords expansive views of the challenging golf shots that lie ahead. The course is deceptively challenging, with 6 separate tees for the back nine, yet it is a great recreation destination course for all handicappers.
Salt Spring Island Golf & Country Club
The course boasts tree-lined rolling fairways and well-manicured greens located in spectacular countryside.
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Howe Sound Golf Cruise & Helicopter Adventure
Introducing “The Ultimate Luxury Golf Experience" package charter. Combine the very best of both world-class cruising and golf. Cruise the coast and relax aboard your yacht after a spectacular round trip by private helicopter to enjoy a round of golf on top of the world.
Furry Creek is not a golf course that one merely plays - it is an enriching adventure to be savoured. Considered one of the most beautifully landscaped playgrounds in the province, Furry Creek delivers an unforgettable experience with its breathtaking beauty, dramatic play and first-class facilities.
Whistler Nicklaus North Golf Course
When Jack Nicklaus returned to his signature course for the 1997 Skins game, he remarked on its uniquely stunning setting. Ringed by glaciated mountains, nestled between the River of Golden Dreams and Green Lake
Pemberton Big Sky
Serene and majestic are words often used to describe Big Sky's course. Half an hour north of Whistler in the scenic Pemberton valley, Big Sky's gently rolling terrain lies in the shadow of snow-capped Mount Currie. Robert Cupp used the broad valley's wide-open spaces and ample sunshine to design a long-ball hitter's dream course.