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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!
Prepare for an unforgettable golf getaway! The Long Beach Golf Course features nine holes of outstanding golf on the edge of Pacific Rim National Park. You'll enjoy breathtaking views, challenging holes, and delicious post round meals at the Clubhouse restaurant. If you'd prefer big fun on a smaller scale, play their miniature golf course!
There are four golf courses near the Harrison Beach Hotel. The staff would be happy to assist you with booking tee times at the Sandpiper Golf Club or The Falls Golf Course, featuring layouts suitable for all skill levels. Take advantage of the proximity by booking any of the hotel's available Golf Packages!
Don't forget to bring your clubs along during your next Sooke, British Columbia vacation. Whether you're looking for a short round or want to spend the day at a championship golf layout, there are a variety of 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 sure...
Sun Peaks Golf Course is literally outside your front door. Open your door and you'll find 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.
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