Golf in BC
Map out a golfing vacation and learn about the diverse courses in BC
British Columbia is Canada’s number-one golf destination for a reason—many reasons, actually.
Around the province, you can drink in the mountain, ocean, forest, and desert views while staying comfortable on the course. BC’s temperate climate allows for golfing year-round, whether that’s summer in Whistler, winter on Vancouver Island, or spring in the Okanagan.
Each region offers different benefits. BC boasts over 300 courses; marquee designers such as Stanley Thompson, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, Doug Carrick, Arnold Palmer, and Gary Player have all left their mark here.
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Things To Do
From iconic fairways to great value, these BC golf destinations offer good reasons to tee up.
Attractions & Sightseeing
Fall is spawning season in British Columbia. To witness this natural spectacle, head to the Adams River, the Capilano River Hatchery, or to Vancouver Island.
Food, Drink & Wellness
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Things To Do
After suffering a massive stroke at 41, Ineke Strother fights her way back to the slopes of Mount Washington on Vancouver Island.