Nestled in British Columbia's Kootenay Rockies, Kaslo Golf Club sprawls across rolling hills that overlook the village of Kaslo and the Kootenay Lake. The residents of the town joined together to design and build the original four-hole course at the site in 1923. Since then, the golf course has expanded to nine holes. The community came together again in 2007 to build the timber frame clubhouse. The club's evolution over the years also included the addition of a driving range and practice green. The golf course is one of the oldest in British Columbia and it is certainly treasured within the community. Ancient apple trees line the fairways and frame the greens. The Kaslo Golf Club layout is fairly challenging, but the hazards are almost overshadowed by the stunning scenery. From nearly every hole, golfers will enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.