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Christina Lake in the fall.

(Christina Lake Stewardship Society photo)

Christina Lake

Golf

Golfer at sunset (Picture BC photo)

Golfer at sunset (Picture BC photo)

Christina Lake is known as a destination summer resort and golf is one of its most popular attractions. Golfers can play an acclaimed championship course as well as a challenging Par-3 executive course.

Christina Lake Golf Club

Christina Lake Golf Club has been hailed as one of the top 25 courses in British Columbia and named one of the best places to play by Golf Digest Magazine. Set on the picturesque Kettle River with background views of the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains, there's a decent chance of spotting a deer and maybe a fawn on this serious nature walk.

Les Furber Design

Les Furber's signature architecture is apparent in every aspect of the 18-hole, 6685-yard course. A selection of three tee boxes gives even high handicapers a good shot. Go for long straight drives off the elevated tee boxes to avoid landing among the ponderosa pines or in one of his strategically placed bunkers – the first black sand traps in Canada. Aim close to the pin to stay out of trouble on tiered greens.

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