For those who enjoy a round of golf there are several beautifully situated courses to choose from on the Sunshine Coast.
Take advantage of the extra days of sunshine , compared to the lower mainland, to enjoy all the courses, and maybe take in some lessons too.
Pender Harbour Golf Club
Established in June of 1986, the Pender Harbour Golf Club’s 9-hole golf course was built with a unique combination of flat and hilly fairways. Water hazards are scattered throughout to add to the challenge of the game. The fairways are fairly tight, with elevated greens and tees that enable you to take in the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Several annual, amateur tournaments are held here.
Tollfree phone number: 1.877.887.9541
Sechelt Golf and Country Club
Designed and built by Olson, Beatty and Hnatiuk (1990-1992), Sechelt Golf and Country Club is an 18 hole, par 72 links style course. The course features generous fairways, large gently sloping greens, and just enough hazards to make the course challenging. A multiple tee system allows players to golf at their own level when not taking in the views of the snow capped coastal range and Porpoise Bay. A beautiful golf course with bountiful wildlife.
Tollfree phone number:1.800.882.6177
Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club
The Sunshine Coast Golf & Country Club is a manicured, mature and exciting 18 hole golf club. Fantastic drainage allows for some of the finest year-round conditions. The club has everything the discriminating golfer needs: 18 holes of championship golf, full service driving range, pro shop, restaurant, and patio with stunning views of the Strait of Georgia and passing cruise ships.
Tollfree phone number:1.800.667.5022
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