Surrounded by six national parks and radiating a cool, mountain-town vibe, Golden – home to one of the best golf courses in the province – is definitely a must-stop on your Kootenay Rockies getaway.
The 6,825-yard course, which also boasts a picturesque RV park, a superb driving range, a fully-stocked pro shop and mini-golf course, is characterized by gently rolling isolated holes, sweet mountain views and a couple of glacier-fed creeks that thunder through the course. Wildlife sightings are also very common!
Voted #10 Public Access Course in BC in 2019.
18 holes $60 Mon-Tues; $78.97 Wed-Sun. (includes tax & cart)
(twilight rates available)
April through October
Power carts ~ club rentals ~ PGA of Canada lessons ~ driving range ~ licensed dining ~ RV park ~ soft spike facility ~ full-service golf shop ~ practice facility ~ All You Can Play Everyday details online ~ mini-golf.
The practice facilities provide golfers with a unique opportunity to improve skills. The property offers a driving range and a two tier putting green. The PGA of Canada Golf Professionals at the club, offer instruction that benefits the beginner to the most experienced golfer.
The Junior Development Program is for children 5-19 years. With excellent coaching and focus on fun and competition, the Golden Junior Development Program is ideal for children and teenagers, regardless of experience or skill.
Plan on making Golden your summer retreat?
Bring your RV and stay in a peaceful setting just minutes from town. There are 42 spots all with 30 amp electrical hook-up and WiFi. RV Park is adjacent to the golf course, practice range and restaurant.
The Golden Golf Club is an appealing combination of beautifully maintained fairways and untouched wilderness.
The course was built in two phases. Bill Newis designed the front nine which opened in 1986. In 1996, Les Furber created the back nine. Although different architects designed the two nines, they complement each other perfectly. The signature hole is the 11th. It showcases the beautiful environment and the fair challenges that make the course so enjoyable.