Bay at Cordova Bay Golf Course was the first certified Audubon Sanctuary on Vancouver Island. Mt. Baker rises above the course, providing spectacular views. The verdant landscape is covered with mature trees and an abundance of wildlife. There are also a number of lakes and meandering streams that come into play throughout. The versatile layout is friendly enough for beginners but still challenges more advanced players. There are also four sets of tees that allow even more possibilities. Bay at Cordova Bay G.C. has built its reputation on its immaculate conditions. Golfers can enjoy well manicured fairways and excellently maintained greens year-round. In addition to the 18-hole golf course, Cordova Bay also boasts a par-3, nine-hole course and extensive practice facilities including a 21-bay driving range and a short game practice area with practice bunkers and pitching and putting greens.
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Cordova Bay offers 27 holes that overlook the ocean with views that stretch to Haro Straight and the San Juan Islands. There is an 18-hole course and the Ridge, a nine-hole, par-3 course. The nine-hole layout shares the same beautiful landscape and challenging features of the full-length course but on a smaller scale that is more approachable for beginners. It also serves as excellent short game practice for the more seasoned golfer. Like the Cordova Bay Course, the Ridge has immaculately manicured greens and fairways that roll across gentle undulations. There are also a few bunkers strategically placed throughout for an added element of challenge. In addition to the two golf courses, Cordova Bay also boasts an impressive array of practice facilities including an 18-hole, grass putting course and an extensive short game facility with practice sand bunkers, swales, and two different types of target greens.