Taber Golf Club originally opened in 1969 as a nine-hole course. The second nine wasn't added until a decade later, lengthening the course to just over 6,700 yards. The golf course stretches across what was once the site of an old mine. The terrain is mostly flat, making it an easy golf course to walk but also subjecting it to the wind. On blustery days, the course can be especially tricky. The front nine, known among regulars as the "Country Club Nine," has more trees than the back but it has a more player-friendly nature that will appeal to beginners. Taber Golf Club's challenging back nine will have you using every club in your bag to maneuver the twisting doglegs and subtle contours. Strategically placed bunkers come into play throughout, and there is also the occasional water hazard.