Golf in North Cowichan


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  • Eaglequest Golf Ctr
    Eaglequest Nanaimo's par 3 golf course encompasses nine lush, challenging holes accented by towering evergreens and water hazards. Golfers tee up on real grass and then launch golf balls and papier mache zeppelins down tree-lined fairways. Shots soar over hilly terrain and water before trundling toward undulating greens. Clubbers can traverse the pastoral playground and complete a round in 60–90 minutes, giving them the ability to fit a game into a busy schedule. Before hitting the course, golfers can make like a pendulum at the 22-stall driving range, which features opportunities for straightening troublesome slices, improving golf games, and alleviating plumber's elbow. The range also hosts lessons and clinics conducted by CPGA pros for golfers of all abilities.
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    1601 Thatcher Rd
    Nanaimo, BC CA
  • Olympic View Golf Club
    As golfers line up tricky, round-deciding rolls on the green of the signature 17th hole at Olympic View Golf Club, they might have to block out an unusual sound. Just behind the green, water crashes earthward for more than 60 feet over one of the course’s two waterfalls. The dramatic feature generates a roaring din as well as a beautiful backdrop for players as they near the end of their scenic golfing excursions. Such tranquil scenes are common on the 6,600-yard course framed by the dense forest of south Vancouver Island and the looming profiles of Olympic Mountains peaks. But the calm can be deceptive, as the Bill Robinson–designed layout aims to challenge. Twelve lakes are interspersed throughout the site, and numerous bunkers intimidate golfers with their depth and walls etched with tally marks. This signature mix of beauty and difficulty earned the club a four-star rating from Golf Digest in 2008, as well as a ranking of 10th Best Public Golf Course in British Columbia by Score Golf in 2011. The GBC Golf Academy at Olympic View Golf Club aims to prepare golfers mentally and physically for playing the most enjoyable golf of their lives. Located on 14 acres, the academy features nine large grass driving areas with target greens as far as 330 yards. In three short-game areas, players practice putts, pitches, and fake surprise at finding the ball in the cup. The amply appointed grounds complement a teaching philosophy that encourages development of a repeatable swing tailored to the individual’s physical capabilities. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,600 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 72.7 from the back tees * Course slope of 133 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole
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    643 Latoria Rd
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Highland Pacific Golf
    Situated on 190 lush acres along Thetis Lake, the Pacific Nine and Highland Nine courses encourage golfers to tackle them while drinking in views of the Olympic Mountains, Thetis Lake Park, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Cybergolf calls the Pacific Nine ?truly sublime,? and Canadian Golfer?which lauds the course as being on ?the must-play list??marvels at the tricky contours of its par-4 fifth hole. Although more compact than its sister, the Highland Nine is challenging on its own terms, with uphill approaches that end in fast greens, as well as a number of downhill par 3s. Making matters better, the course features GPS-equipped golf carts, PGA instruction, food and drink at the Range Cafe, and a 300-yard-deep driving range that boasts heated stalls. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-71 course * Length of 6,603 yards * Six tee options * See the scorecard
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    450 Creed Rd.
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Metchosin Golf & Country Club
    The blue and white peaks of the Olympic Mountains overlook the greens at Metchosin Golf & Country Club, where westerly breezes from the Salish Sea stir the pompoms of golfers' hats. Fir trees and deciduous flora have grown up alongside the course's 2,760 yards for more than four decades. The nine-hole, par-34 layout consists mostly of par 4s. Sand traps hug the edges of the putting greens on holes 1, 3, 6, and 9, their coarse textures thwarting clubs and stupefying golfers with the geological miracle called sand. Between Tuesday and Thursday, the course invites golfers to Nine and Dine during afternoons or evenings. The event pairs nine holes of golf with repast such as flat-iron steaks, pork back ribs, and vegetarian burgers. Course at a Glance: * Nine-hole, par 34 course * Length of 2,760 yards from the farthest set of tees * Course rating of 67.7 from the farthest set of tees * Slope rating of 113 from the farthest set of tees * See the scorecard
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    4100 Metchosin Rd
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Sunshine Woods Golf Centre
    The 18-hole, par 3 course at Sunshine Woods Golf Centre pulls off a difficult trick—it's accessible to beginners while still giving veterans periodic fits. The course is notable for its elevated approach shots and a smattering of small but pesky lakes. These and other elements force players to call upon every club in their bags, using the 9-iron for shots that require high loft and the spiked mace for intimidation. After conquering all 18 holes, head to the facility's expansive driving range, where CPGA golf professionals offer helpful pointers on swing and strategy.
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    10646 64th Avenue
    Delta, BC CA
  • Whistler Golf Club
    The first Canadian course designed by golfer Arnold Palmer, Whistler Golf Club?s 6,722 yards present obstacles to novice and experienced golfers alike at the foot of Mount Currie. Players smash moon miniatures down the cedar- and fir-lined fairways of an 18-hole, par 71 course, which retorts with meandering streams, nine lakes, and numerous white sand bunkers. Players begin from one of four potential tee-off spots to the clubhouse?s sounds of classic rock and to the dulcet growls of black-bear commentators. The straight fairway of Cedar Grove calls for steadfast aim, and lack of hovercraft equalizes skirmishes with Singing Cedars? course-crossing lake. Players engage in new-age ball ballet with dual water and sand hazards of The Gallery. Mount Currie gazes down respectfully at drive disciples from the backdrop of Last Run.
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    4001 Whistler Way
    Whistler, BC CA

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