Shuswap Golf Courses
The Shuswap, long known for Shuswap Lake houseboating and one of Canada’s favourite recreational playgrounds, is an incredible golf destination within British Columbia. Not as well known as nearby centres of Kamloops and Vernon, which offer great access points to explore this hidden jewel of a golf area, the golf courses in the Shuswap offer incredible value on amazing golf courses.
Featured Shuswap golf courses include:
- Hyde Mountain Golf Course
- Salmon Arm Golf Club – Champions Course
- Talking Rock Golf Resort
- Shuswap National
- Shuswap Lake Golf Course at Blind Bay
Shuswap National, located near the Salmon Arm of Shuswap Lake in British Columbia, offers a new look and a very rewarding golf experience. The course features creeks, waterfalls, fountains and natural marshes, with fescue defining many of the fairways. Dave Barr's first signature course, Shuswap National's unique design brings you a bit of the British Isles, offering more than 7000 yards of open fields, grass-faced bunkers, very playable greens and striking water features. Challenging, and extremely picturesque, this is an emerging 'must-play' course in BC.
Talking Rock Golf Resort
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.
Shuswap Lake Golf Course at Blind Bay
Shuswap Lake Golf Course at Blind Bay is situated in beautiful Blind Bay, 20km west of Salmon Arm. Recently expanded to 18 holes, this professionally designed Par 71, 6467-yard championship course offers well bunkered, undulating greens, generous fairways, and four beautiful lakes. An exceptionally scenic course, our three sets of tee boxes provide a variety of challenges for both the accomplished and casual golfer. Practice facilities include a driving range, two practice greens, and sand bunkers. Shuswap Lake Golf Course at Blind Bay is a family-owned and operated golf and residential development and we take great pride in sharing it with you. Stop by for a golf game, stay for a lifetime!
Hyde Mountain Golf Course
Set in the hills above beautiful Mara Lake in the summer playground of Shuswap/Sicamous, Hyde Mountain is the achievement of masterful architect Les Furber. When you play a Furber course you can expect two things: you are going to have to use every shot in the bag, and you can’t afford to take any tee shots lightly. Hyde Mountain is no exception. It winds its way through thick evergreen forest and across ravines to give golfers equal amounts of beauty and challenge. Hyde Mountain also offers a beautiful patio overlooking Mara Lake: indeed, while boating on Mara Lake or Shuswap Lake, Hyde Mountain offers marine access to the Clubhouse and golf course. Dock your boat and our free shuttle will pick you up to enjoy the patio or a round of golf. After spending a day with us you will be sure to return.
Salmon Arm Golf Club – Champions Course
Located in the beautiful Shuswap Valley just minutes from downtown Salmon Arm, the Salmon Arm Golf Club is the perfect way to enjoy a day with family & friends. Offering its guests a truly unforgettable & unique setting, the Salmon Arm Golf Club boasts two stunning courses, a fully equipped golf shop and exceptional culinary creations at the Ironwood Restaurant.
Champions Course: This highly regarded course has earned its place amongst the British Columbia “must play” list. The 18-hole design, by Les Furber unfolds over meticulously manicured terrain. Bunkers and waterholes lurk amidst tall fir, cedar and pine trees to offer an impressive test of golf for players of all abilities.