Pender Island Golf & Country Club is one of British Columbia's most scenic nine-hole courses. The golf course is a Gulf Islands favorite, offering a challenging round and beautiful views. From the elevated tees, golfers get a view of the impending challenges but the course looks more difficult than it is. Players of all skill levels can approach the golf course with confidence thanks to six different sets of tees. Its roots date back to 1937 and since then, with the support of member volunteers to maintain the upkeep, the course has remained a constant favorite within the community. Pender Island's signature hole is the par-3 eighth. You'll begin from an elevated tee from which you'll have to play over 230 yards of water to an undulating triple-tiered green. This hole also stands out for having a replica of the stone bridge at St. Andrews.