The Okanagan Valley is one of the most exquisite areas of British Columbia, renowned for it's natural beauty, abundant sunshine, crystal-clear lakes, bountiful orchards, and world class vineyards. Golfers return regularly to the Okanagan for its hot, sunny climate, extended golf season (March through November) and the diversity and sheer concentration of its premium courses.
The Kamloops Region, often called the Thompson-Nicola, lies in the heart of British Columbia's Southern Interior. Rivers, mountains, lakes and grasslands, which offer unsurpassed opportunities for year-round outdoor adventure, characterize the landscape. An exciting wild west history that includes the fur trade, gold rush and cattle ranching combined with communities dedicated to development of cultural and heritage attractions make the Kamloops Region BC's Adventure Destination.
Premium golf courses that meander through orchards, desert terrain, rolling hills . . . past expansive lakes and canyons. Miles of immaculate fairways far away from the everyday. Challenging terrain designed by world-renowned golf course architects. Golfers are guaranteed solitude and unique, diverse course layouts in breathtaking natural surrounding. Eight incredible courses in one of the planet's most beautiful destinations.
While each of the golf resorts in the Golf Kamloops and Okanagan Golf Alliance have their own particular allure, there is one common bond; quality service and a commitment to ensure your golf experience is a vacation of uncompromised service!
Deemed a classic golf resort, Gallagher's Canyon is only 15 minutes from the renowned vacation playground, Kelowna. Majestic Ponderosa Pines characterize this picturesque course, while the mountainous terrain and broad vistas provide the incredible landscape for an impressive test of golf.
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Rated 4th in Canada for "Quality Service" - The Harvest is just 10 minutes southeast of Kelowna. This superb resort course meanders through majestic hillside orchards and offers captivating views of famed Okanagan Lake.
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