Kamloops Golf Courses

Coined the hottest market in Canadian Golf – Kamloops golf courses lie on the northern tip of the Sonoran desert, a location yielding warm summer temperatures and an eight-month plus golf season.

Many of the golf courses in Kamloops have been designed by world-famous golf architects, including Robert Trent Jones Sr., Graham Cooke, and Thomas McBroom.

Whether you prefer traditional tree-lined fairways, breathtaking panoramic views, or golfing amidst the unique sage-covered rolling hills, golfers will find amazing diversity on a trip to Kamloops.

Discover the golf courses of Kamloops below, or explore our Kamloops golf packages and plan a trip today.

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Featured Courses

The Dunes Golf Course

The Dunes at Kamloops

Kamloops, BC
Par: 72 Yardage: 6973
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The Dunes Course is just a few minutes from downtown Kamloops, on the banks of the North Thompson River. Noted Canadian architect Graham Cooke constructed a 7,131 yard course featuring lush fairways and greens guarded by sand dunes that give the course its name.

Tobiano Golf Course Kamloops BC

Tobiano Golf Course

Kamloops, BC
Par: 72 Yardage: 7110
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One of the two newest courses has entrenched Kamloops as a must play destination in British Columbia. Tobiano, about 20 minutes west of Kamloops, opened in 2008 as Canada’s Best New Course from Golf Digest Magazine. Thomas McBroom took advantage of the rugged benchland above Kamloops Lake to fashion a 7,328 yard course which will take your breath away.
While the “wow” factor here is off the charts (every hole features panoramic lake and mountain views), the wonderful variety, the great restaurant and patio, and the outstanding service make Tobiano the complete golf experience. It must be good as the accolades continue to mount with recognition from Golf Digest in the Top 30 Golf Venues in Canada and from SCOREGolf in the Top 100 Golf Courses in Canada.

Talking Rock Golf Course

Talking Rock Golf Resort

Chase, BC
Par: 72 Yardage: 7129
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One of the two newest courses has entrenched Kamloops as a must play destination in British Columbia. Talking Rock, set on the shore of Little Shuswap Lake meanders up and down the mountain side. Graham Cooke designed the 7,129 yard course to take advantage of the elevation changes, particularly on the back nine. Talking Rock ends with a breathtaking 18th hole along the shoreline of Little Shuswap Lake and blends with the strong features of the land. An 18-acre driving range academy completes this resort experience for golfers of all skills and abilities. The course, which also blends rich native history with native art, is located at the Quaaout Lodge, which is the proud development of the Little Shuswap First Nations Band.

Eagle Point Golf Course

Eaglepoint Golf Resort

Kamloops, BC
Par: 72 Yardage: 6792
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Built by renowned Ontario architect, Robert Heaslip, golfers at Eaglepoint are treated to open rolling terrain and fantastic views at every turn. The once thick pine stands have been replaced by native fescue. Shot making is a critical component of the game at this beautiful course, with the strength and signature of the course being the four par threes. With four sets of tees, Eaglepoint Golf Resort is entertaining and a challenge for all levels of golfers.

Kamloops Golf and Country Club

Kamloops Golf & Country Club

Kamloops, BC
Par: 72 Yardage: 6724
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Kamloops Golf and Country Club was recently redesigned incorporating generous, gently undulating bent grass fairways lined with mature trees and is characterized by its easy walking, park-like setting. Although not the longest course in the area, it’s combination of strategic mounding, ponds, and bunkers, golfers are provided with a variety of approaches to each of its newly designed USGA bent grass greens.

The Golf Course at Sun Peaks

The Golf Course at Sun Peaks Resort

Sun Peaks, BC
Par: 72 Yardage: 6321
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The Golf Course at Sun Peaks Resort, a well-known ski destination, challenged Canadian architect Graham Cooke with a beautiful setting at the foot of three mountains, resulting in greens located at 1,200 metres above sea level and boasting British Columbia's highest elevation course. The front nine is a tight course set between towering forests, while the newer back nine offers a little more room for the long ball hitter.

Bighorn Golf & Country Club

Kamloops, BC
Par: 71 Yardage: 6714
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New ownership, new energy, new passion. Designed by Graham Cooke, Bighorn is one of the few "true" desert golf courses in Canada, set high on a desert plateau overlooking the river and is crossed by ravines that create natural elevation changes over its 6,714 yards