Northlands presents a well formulated mix of challenging holes, friendly scenic downhill vistas and strategically located natural hazards.
Throughout the design and construction process, there was emphasis on retaining the naturalness of this forested mountainside site.
Greens are large and without severe undulations. Four sets of tees on each hole are designed to accommodate all skill levels.
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.
Northlands opened for 18 hole public play in 1997 and has earned the reputation of being Metro Vancouver’s Premiere Public Course.
Awarded a Best New Course designation by Golf Digest in 1998, Northlands is owned and operated by The District of North Vancouver and was designed by Les Furber of Golf Design Services, one of Canada’s most prolific golf course designers and a specialist in mountainside construction.