The Thompson Okanagan is known for its long sunny seasons and varied terrain. More than fifty 18-hole courses meander past lakeside vineyards, across canyons and through dramatic desert landscapes. Post-round, stop at fruit stands, gorgeous beaches and quaint tasting rooms that showcase the region’s exceptional wines.
Rolling rangelands, canyons, sagebrush covered hills, and shimmering blue lakes create a... Read more dramatic backdrop for golf in Kamloops. A top choice is Tobiano; this course overlooks Kamloops Lake and offers lake views on every hole. The Dunes, a 6,973-yard, Graham Cooke-designed course, boasts wide fairways and large, undulating greens. At Eaglepoint Golf Resort, open terrain offers spectacular views at every turn, and dramatic elevation changes will challenge golfers of all skill levels.
At The Harvest Golf Club play peaceful holes that meander through orchards, where you can pick... Read more fruit as you play. Or enjoy playing rolling, tree-lined holes that epitomize the beauty of the Okanagan at Gallagher’s Canyon Golf & Country Club, a favourite in the Thompson Okanagan for over thirty years. If possible, play 36 at The Okanagan Golf Club; both courses – The Quail and The Bear – swerve through lodgepole pine and offer wonderful views. In 2009, Golf Digest selected Tower Ranch, designed by Canadian architect Thomas McBroom, as one of their top three new courses in Canada.
Visit the desert region of Osoyoos in the South Okanagan for great golf courses and wonderful... Read more wineries. Fairview Mountain, Nk’Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course, St. Andrews by the Lake, and the Osoyoos Golf Club all offer challenging rounds with sweeping desert and mountain views. Post-round, visit some of the area’s many wineries including Burrowing Owl Estate Winery, Hester Creek, La Stella, Nk’Mip Cellars and Spirit Ridge Resort & Spa.
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At the sprawling, tree-lined Talking Rock Golf Course, savour the beautiful finish along the... Read more lake before retiring to the cozy confines of the Quaaout Lodge. Dip through parkland at the scenic Salmon Arm Golf Club, established in 1928. This North Okanagan favourite is consistently recognized by SCOREGolf as one of the "Top-100 Canadian Golf Courses". For a more rugged round, check out the Les Furber-designed Hyde Mountain Golf Course, with its lakeside setting and dramatic elevation changes. Canoe Creek offers a change of pace with British-style grassy bunkers, open fields and sandy links.
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Vernon is a treat for golfers, with five championship courses within minutes of town. Predator... Read more Ridge is home to two courses regarded by SCOREGolf magazine as “must play”. Nearby, the historic Vernon Golf and Country Club follows the banks of Vernon Creek. This parkland course has drawn players to the area since 1922. A more recent addition, set above Okanagan Lake, the Rise plays beautifully for all levels of golfer. The Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club offers 27 holes of lush green fairways, with views of the rustic stables of the historic O’Keefe Ranch across the road.
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Our unique, gorgeous, 2.2 hectares (5.5 acres) of park-like grounds includes two large swimming pools, a playgroun...
The Thompson Okanagan is a scenic five-hour drive from Vancouver. Choose the Coquihalla Highway... Read more for Kamloops and Kelowna, or meander along quiet Highway 3, the Crownest Highway, for Oliver, Osoyoos and the Golden Mile. For an unforgettable road trip, take Highway 1, the Trans-Canada Highway, through the Fraser Canyon. Flying? Kelowna’s International Airport has direct flights from Toronto as well as Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Seattle. Kamloops and Penticton have direct air service as well. For rail travel, VIA Rail’s cross-country train service, called The Canadian, stops in Kamloops.
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