British Columbia Golf Travel

The official website for golf travel in British Columbia with packages, vacation contests and course information.
While BC golfers are usually content to play their home course most of the year, they also like to try different courses such as Bandon Dunes or Chambers Bay, take golf trips to other parts of BC and to travel to warmer climates in the winter months. Traveling to play golf, whether with a group of friends or with a partner, helps golfers improve their game and maintain or build new relationships. Golfers also get to try new courses and build their lists of favorite places to play.  To help with this, we have put together some special offers to BC destinations.  You will also find information and reviews on some of the leading golf destinations in North America.
British Columbia Golf knows that its members like to travel to play golf and has developed partnerships with other destinations and within BC to make it a little easier for its members to take trips.   Whether its desert courses in Arizona or the Okanagan, or ocean-side courses in California or on Vancouver Island, you’ll find lots of new destinations and special offers just for British Columbia Golf members.
While you can play golf almost anywhere in BC, the best public golf courses are concentrated in a few destinations that combine the highest quality golf with a range of accommodation from 5 star resorts and hotels to affordable properties. 
The Kootenay Rockies, in the eastern part of BC boasts some of the best mountain courses in the world.  In the Interior, the sunny Kelowna area offers courses set in desert-like plateaus or gently placed in verdant orchards. Predator Ridge is one of the top golf resorts in Canada and recently hosted the World Skins Game. Kamloops has real variety in the region from mountain, to parkland and desert courses. Tobiano, a new Thomas McBroom course, recently was named Best New Course in Canada by Golf Digest Magazine.

Predator Ridge, Ridge Course  

Vancouver is ringed by courses, with both mountain and parkland courses. Furry Creek is often regarded as Canada’s most scenic course, nestled between the mountains and the ocean. Vancouver Island boasts Canada’s most temperate climate and 10 courses carved from mountains and forests. Victoria Bear Mountain Resort now boasts the only 36 hole Nicklaus design in Canada.