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...
When the snow begins to melt, Whistler turns into a golfer's paradise. At Four Seasons Resort, you are just five minutes from championship courses designed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, two legends of the game! The Unlimited Nicklaus North Golf Packages offers guests unlimited golf at the picturesque course, club rentals and unlimited...
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.
Sun Peaks Golf Course is literally outside your front door. It's a spectacular 18 hole alpine golf course, designed by Graham Cooke. The course is open from early June to late September. And though it offers a challenge to the most skilled golfer, it's also accessible for the amateurs.
With four different golf courses in the area, all with different levels of difficulty and price, there's something to enjoy for the golfer in anyone! With so many options, you're sure to find the experience that's just perfect for you. Make it a part of your vacation when you stay at Northridge Inn and Resort!
Staying at Fairmont Tremblant Resort, you'll have lots of great chances to get out and enjoy a few rounds of golf on the links! There are several courses in the area, and the resort concierge will be happy to help you pick the right one for you. There's also the Tremblant Golf Academy, a great way to perfect your game!
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!
Get ready for an incredible golf experience at three of Muskoka's highly recognized courses, just a short boat or car ride away. After opening in 1997, The Lake Joseph Club was named best new golf course in Canada and Golfweek ranked the Thomas McBroom-designed Rocky Crest Golf Club third in its listing of the best Canadian golf courses of the...
Experience 18 holes of championship golf designed by Thomas McBroom at Rocky Crest Golf Resort. Golfweek ranked Rocky Crest the 3rd best Canadian golf course of the modern era. And it’s easy to see why. The course has gotten rave reviews for its distinctive granite outcroppings, seamless routing and log cabin style clubhouse.
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