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Opened in 1997 and named by Golf Digest as Runner-Up Best New Course in Canada for 1998.
Cut-out of a 100 year old mountainside forest, the golf course was designed by Les Furber, Canadian golf architect renowned for his work on mountainside courses.
The black tees present a challenging 6,504 yards where most shots must be shaped to reach ideal landing areas. Even long hitters will find the par 5’s better played as 3 shot par 5’s.
The blue tees enable landing areas to be more easily reached and the white tees open up the fairways even more again.
Water comes into play on the back nine on several holes. The Thomas Creek crossings, which are environmentally sensitive, provide special interest on holes 15, 17, and 18.
The beautiful downhill par 3’s provide mountain back drops and spectacular views, designed to enable you to see your hole-in-one go in!
Any given day you may see a variety of wildlife. Deer, coyotes, herons, loons, lynx, bald eagles and yes, the occasional black bear.