BC Golf Guides Make Planning Your Vacation Easy!
Thinking of visiting British Columbia to golf?
Take a look at these BC Golf Guides for the best courses available in each region or request the new BC Golf Map to be sent to you. You’ll find course details, accommodation options, the finest golf resorts and a wealth of insider information on the best things to see and do when not on the course.
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Vancouver Island Golf Guide
The Vancouver Island Golf Trail boasts 250 kilometres of Pacific paradise from Victoria to Campbell River, including designs by renowned architects Jack and Steve Nicklaus, Les Furber, Graham Cooke and Bill Robinson – making for “plenty of gold medal worthy golf” according to GOLF Magazine.
Kamloops Golf Guide
With a long season that can extend from mid-March well into October, Kamloops is a golfer’s paradise only 4 hours from the Lower Mainland. Whether you prefer traditional tree-lined fairways, breathtaking panoramic views, or golfing amidst the unique sage-covered rolling landscape of the Kamloops area, there is an amazing diversity of courses.
Golf Kelowna Guide
Averaging over 2,000 hours of Okanagan sun every year, Kelowna offers one of the longest, driest golf seasons in Canada. Vineyards, orchards, semi-desert terrain, rolling hills, and expansive lakes make the golf courses in the area some of the most picturesque in the country.
Columbia Valley Golf Trail Guide
We invite you to travel the scenic Columbia Valley Golf Trail located in the Columbia Valley, in British Columbia, and a mere three hour drive west of the city of Calgary. The Columbia Valley Golf Trail’s eight spectacular courses offer a unique golf experience – putting more golf in your reach in less time, just 35 minutes from end to end
Kootenay Rockies Golf Map
There’s something special about playing golf in the mountains. Dramatic elevation changes, spectacular scenery, wildlife, an away-from-it-all atmosphere, the list goes on in the Kootenay Rockies golf region.