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Destination Guide: Vancouver

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Destination Guide: Vancouver

The golf season in Vancouver typically runs April through October.

The city, however, never takes a day off.

Set between the Pacific Ocean and coastal mountains, Vancouver is the third-largest city in Canada -- and there's no shortage of things to do and see.

It all starts downtown at Stanley Park (which is open year round). Located on the west end of Georgia Street, it's home to forests, beautiful gardens, hiking trails and the Vancouver Aquarium (which has more than 60,000 creatures).

You can spend an entire day shopping on Robson Street, which is filled with trendy shops, fashion boutiques, bars and cafes. Head to Theatre Row for your concert and movie fix.

Historic Gastown, with its cobbled streets and historic buildings, is also a must-see. So is Chinatown, with its fine seafood, amazing culture and shops. Granville Island (theatres), Kitsilano (beaches and mountain views) and Point Grey (host of the annual Vancouver Folk Festival) are also places to check out.

About a 20-minute walk from downtown is Canada Place. Walk along the pier or watch the ships head out to sea. It's an amazing experience.

When it's time for a golf experience, there are several courses to choose from within a 45-minute drive of Vancouver -- and many are open year round, too. Morgan Creek Golf Course and Fraserview Golf Course are among the best plays, and they are both open year round.

Just make sure to leave plenty of time after your round. There are plenty of other things to do and see in Vancouver.

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Course Spotlight
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Tall Timber Golf Course
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Langley $21
Harrison Resort Golf Course
Tee Times
Harrison Hot Springs $20
Cultus Lake Golf Club
Tee Times
Cultus Lake $19
Birdies & Buckets Family Golf Centre
Tee Times
Surrey $5.99
Sechelt Golf Club
Tee Times
Sechelt $30
Sandpiper Golf Club
Tee Times
Harrison Mills $60
Mission Golf & Country Club
Tee Times
Mission $18
Delta Golf Club
Tee Times
Delta $25 - $30
Meadowlands Golf and Country Club
Tee Times
Chilliwack N/A
Surrey Golf Club
Tee Times
Surrey $35 - $45
Surrey Golf Club - Willows Nine
Tee Times
Surrey $12 - $20
Langley Golf Club
Tee Times
Langley $24
Guildford Golf & Country Club
Tee Times
Surrey $9.52
Cove Links Golf Course
Tee Times
Delta $12 - $27
Eighteen Pastures Golf Club
Tee Times
Mission $13.25
Northview Golf & Country Club - Ridge Surrey $58
Royalwood Golf Club Chilliwack $35 - $45
Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club Coquitlam N/A
Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club Richmond $55 - $79
Northlands Golf Course North Vancouver $30 - $65
Meadow Gardens Golf Course Pitt Meadows $42
Cheam Golf Centre Chilliwack $15
Swan-e-set Bay Resort Country Club - Resort Pitt Meadows $59
Morgan Creek Golf Course Surrey $85
Northview Golf & Country Club - Canal Surrey $48
The Falls Golf Club Chilliwack $30 - $50
Redwoods Golf Course Langley $55.95
Sunrise Executive Par-3 Golf Course Surrey $10 - $15
Swan-e-set Bay Resort Country Club - Links Pitt Meadows $59
Furry Creek Golf & Country Club Furry Creek $59 - $99
Chilliwack Golf & Country Club Chilliwack $25 - $55
Heather Hills Farm & Golf Course Maple Ridge $23 - $27
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