Nestled in the Columbia Valley, Golden Golf Club is bordered on both sides by the Canadian Rockies and Purcell Mountains. The area is brimming with wildlife, which means players often share the course with eagles, osprey, coyotes, deer, and even the occasional black bear. The golf course was originally opened as a nine-hole layout in 1986 before the second nine was added. Despite being built ten years apart, the two nines blend seamlessly to create a challenging 18-hole course. Creeks meander through the golf course, coming into play on a few holes, and several holes are routed along the shore of the Columbia River. Golden Golf Club's signature hole is the par-4 11th. The tee from this hole overlooks Holt Creek, which you will have to clear in order to reach the tree-lined fairway.