From Our Editors
There is one advantage to spraying the ball when playing a round at Skaha Meadows Golf Course: it's a better chance to enjoy the scenery. Stationed on a flat shelf between rolling outh Okanagan wine country and two lakes—the Okanagan and the Skaha—the 9-hole course dazzles with sweeping, scenic views. The par 35 spans 2,435 yards, challenging golfers to use all clubs in their bag as they strive to avoid swaying native grass, pine trees, and grizzled waste areas. The course serves as the training ground for CPGA pro Dan Martin, who helps players swing with more confidence than a 1940s barfly.