Ancient Haida poles, Haida Gwaii
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Northern British Columbia


Golfer at sunset (Picture BC photo)

Golfer at sunset (Picture BC photo)

Golf during Northern BC's incredibly long summer days. A unique feature of northern summers is daylight until 11pm or later, so tee-off times of 7pm are not unusual here.

Wildlife sightings are also common; bears, moose, deer, elk, eagles and marmots often share the course with golfers. Golf courses in Northern BC will challenge novice players and experts alike.

Prince George Golf Courses

A must-play golf course in Northern BC is the Aberdeen Glen Golf Club in Prince George. Twice nominated as the BCPGA facility of the year, this 7114-yard, par 73 course features a signature 18th hole that begins with a tee-off from a cliff-top towards the clubhouse below.

The city is also home to the Prince George Golf and Curling Club, which has generous, rolling fairways and challenging greens, and Aspen Grove Golf Course, a quiet, tranquil course that challenges golfers and has water coming into play on 10 of its 18 holes.

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