Orchard Greens Golf Club, so named because of the Okanagan Orchard that it shares the landscape with, weaves through thickets of flowering trees. The nine-hole course is only 2,100 yards but it feels much longer thanks to a variety of elevation changes. The undulations largely determined the strategic placement of the sand traps. Water hazards also come into play on a few holes. The golf course finishes with one of the area's most dramatic par 5s, featuring a tee that towers 565 yards above the valley floor. Golfers can enjoy many different vistas on this hole, from the surrounding lake and mountains to the city. Orchard Greens is the only golf course in East Kelowna to use floodlights in the evening, making it a convenient spot for golfers who don't want to play in the heat or who want to get in a round after work.