Featured Golf Resorts and Lodges in Canada
Bighorn Meadows Resort overlooks the 9th fairway of the platinum-rated Springs Golf Course. This remarkable Par 72 course rests on the banks of the Columbia River and features stunning views of the Canadian Rockies. Staying at Bighorn Meadows also puts you close to 15 other major British Columbia golf courses!
Vancouver Island is a golfer's mecca. From Shady Shores Beach Resort and Oceanfront Vacation Home, there are many golf courses within an hour's drive, offering a golf challenge to suit any skill level. Remember your clubs and take in a round amid the ruggedly beautiful Pacific Northwest.
With more than 40 top-notch golf courses, spectacular scenery and a season that stretches from March through November, the Okanagan region is British Columbia's golf mecca. Lake Okanagan Resort has its own par-3 golf course. It's a scenic 9 holes, with a casual atmosphere that makes golf fun for duffers of all ages and abilities.
Don't forget to bring your clubs along on your next Sooke, British Columbia vacation. Whether you're looking for a short game or want to spend the day at a championship golf course, there are a variety of golf courses just minutes away from Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina. You'll be sure to find the perfect course that accommodates your skill...
The Summerland Golf & Country Club offers guests a championship golf course and practice facility, and is widely considered Lake Okanagan's hidden gem. If you are new to the game of golf, schedule a round at Sumac Ridge Golf Club, a nine-hole, par 28 layout. You're sure to love the beautiful views of the lake and the challenging greens are...
At Pine Vista, you will have the chance to enjoy one of Canada's newest and best private golf courses. Wildfire is purposely designed to be accessible to all skill levels, and so you're sure to enjoy yourself. The course was designed by Thomas McBroom, but if you'd rather practice up your game first, the Wildfire Golf Academy will help you improve....
Known for its meticulous greens and fairways, outstanding practice facilities and private club like atmosphere, Taboo is one of Canada's top courses. Carefully and deliberately carved out of the beautiful Muskoka shield to best focus on its most prominent attributes of tall white pines, mature red oaks and granite rock outcroppings, Taboo winds...
You don't need to go far to satisfy your golf craving at Clevelands House! This resort features Maple Hills, an executive nine-hole Muskoka golf course that's perfect for casual afternoon golf or for group events. If you're looking for more of a challenge, the resort offers priority access to The Rock Golf Course nearby.
Looking forward to hitting the links during your Muskoka getaway? Six area golf courses offers both convenience and variety to both novice and avid golfers alike! With such accessibility, the only difficult decision is where to spend your Lumina golf retreat.
Golf enthusiasts will definitely love the 27 holes of championship golf at Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu! The Club de Golf Le Manoir Richelieu offers a truly breathtaking golf experience with stunning views and fairways designed by architect Darrell Huxham. So don't forget to pack your clubs for your Quebec golf vacation!
The award-winning Elk Ridge Golf Course is composed of three stunning 9-hole courses featuring bent grass greens, natural water hazards and silica sand bunkers. Elk Ridge Resort offers private or group lessons, a driving range and a pro shop, making for the ultimate Saskatchewan golf vacation!
For guests that are looking to get out for a round of golf, you don't have to worry! Tee times are available at the world-renowned private Bigwin Island Golf Club exclusively for registered guests at Port Cunnington Lodge & Resort. You won't want to miss your opportunity to play this breathtaking 18-hole course.
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