The Best BC Golf Courses

We offer golf packages and specials from BC's top golf regions: the Kootenay Rockies, Kelowna, Kamloops, Whistler, Vancouver and Vancouver Island.

While you can play golf almost anywhere in British Columbia, the best golf is concentrated in a few golf destinations.  These combine the highest quality golf with a range of accommodation from 5 star resorts and hotels to intimate B&B’s.  Some of Canada's best resort golf can be found at Bear Mountain, Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Predator Ridge and Greywolf.

Kamloops is Canada’s newest golf destination.  There is 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.  Talking Rock was a runner up.

Vancouver, home to the 2010 Olympics, is Canada’s cosmopolitan city with superb shopping, dining and accommodation.  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.  A number of other courses are very convenient to the city.

Vancouver Island boasts Canada's most temperate climate, the Provincial Capital of Victoria and 12 courses on the Vancouver Island Golf Trail.  Victoria is one of those destinations that visitors love - and love to return to.  Bear Mountain Resort  boasts the only 36 hole Nicklaus design in Canada and hosted the 2010 Telus World Skins Game this past year.  Highland Pacific is the newest addition to the Vancouver Island Golf Trail and is receiving rave reviews. 

Whistler is long known as one of the best ski resorts in the world, but the quality of the golf is also exceptional.  Four signature courses plus outstanding accommodation, shopping and dining make Whistler a "can't miss" golf trip.  The scenic backdrop of these courses is spectacular.

The Kootenay Rockies, on the western side of the Rocky Mountains is Canada's mountain golf paradise.  Surrounded by towering peaks, the golf resorts in the region make  the region attractive to golfers who want to see the Rockies from the sunny side. 

Regardless of which golf destination you choose, you can be guaranteed that you’ll receive the best of service, in the way that Canadians are known for.

Many of our golf regions are also wine growing regions.  Wine and golf are a natural pairing in BC, and you'll want to take the time to check out our wineries.  Click here for more information on BC's wine growing regions.

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