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British Columbia Rockies Golf

By GolfPublisher Staff,
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The western slopes of the Rockies in British Columbia offer an unrivaled golf experience. The grandeur of the mountain panoramas, the rugged beauty of the vast forests, and the mystique of the wildlife all combine to create an unforgettable outdoor adventure. The world class golf courses of the BC Rockies take full advantage of this unique natural environment. Here you'll find golf to excite your senses and stir your passion for the game.
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Greywolf Panorama Mountain Village

Greywolf was, Golf Digest's, "Best New Canadian Golf Course in 1999." This dramatic, risk-reward course was designed by award-winning golf architect Doug Carrick. The 6th hole, which lures golfers across a canyon to a clifftop green, illustrates why Greywolf has received raves for exciting play. So unique is the "Cliffhanger," Greywolf was actually designed around it. But with water on 14 holes and panoramic viewpoints everywhere, Carrick says, "There are 18 signature holes at this course."
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Trickle Creek

This outstanding Les Furber design offers more tantalizing shots in 18 holes of play than many golfers see in a season. Trickle Creek was named one of North America's top ten for value and quality by Golf Digest magazine in 1998, and awarded a 4.5 star rating— top score in BC. The consistent, immaculate grooming and stunning wilderness vistas have helped earn Trickle Creek a reputation for championship golf at its very best.
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Eagle Ranch

This new championship course opened in 2000 with all the hallmarks of a classic. Acclaimed golf architect Bill Robinson has made the most of the natural contours, varied terrain and 360-degree views to create a uniquely challenging golf experience. An example is the 16th hole, a 160 yard par 3 featuring a sand-stone-shielded green lying 80 feet below the elevated tee. One round will tell you why Eagle Ranch is making the lists of "must play" courses.
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Fairmont Mountainside

One of two magnificent 18-hole courses at BC's spectacular Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, the Mountainside Golf Course offers a classic championship layout with panoramic mountain and valley views. Situated at the base of the majestic Canadian Rockies, this is power golf at its best, with long drives and wide open spaces adding to the challenge. One round will show you why Mountainside affectionately known as "Queen of the Rockies"—has been voted Canada's Most Unique Golf Resort, and one of the top 25 in the country.
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St. Eugene Mission

This outstanding course opened in May of 2000 to rave reviews from visitors and the golf industry. In 2001, St Eugene Mission received a prestigious top 3 ranking in Golf Digest's Best New Canadian Courses. This championship course takes full advantage of its spectacular Rocky Mountain setting, where majestic pine forests and the St. Mary's River provide a breath-taking backdrop. Designed by renowned golf architect Les Furber, St. Eugene Mission is destined to join the ranks of famous courses that attract golfers from around the world.
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