DescriptionLocated high in the alpine at the Panorama Mountain Resort, the Greywolf Golf Course serves up one of the finest mountain golf experiences in the world. Designed by Canadian Doug Carrick, Greywolf Golf Course is rated #7 best public course in Canada by ScoreGolf.
The course features jaw dropping elevation changes, cliff-side greens and what has to be one of the most riveting collection of par-3 holes in golf. Besides your sense of adventure, bring a camera with extra memory cards.
18 holes $109 to $149, Twilight, Junior, Afternoon Rates offered (+tax) Includes GPS, driving range & power cart
Season: May through October
Services: Power carts ~ cub rentals ~ licensed dining ~ practice facilities.
Golf Packages offered with Panorama Mountain Resort.
Hole #1, Hopeful Meadow
Finding the fairway is a must from the tee. Aim towards the left fairway bunker with a fairway wood. Take at least one extra club on the approach to this two tiered green with a false front.
Hole #2, Brewer
A long straight tee shot will reward you with a mild iron approach. Take one extra club favouring the left side of this back to front sloping green.
Hole #3, Pica's
Find the fairway is a must from the tee. Aim toward the left fairway bunker with a fairway wood. Take at least one extra club on the approach to this two tiered green with a false front.
Hole #4, Descent
Hit the longest drive of your life from this spectacular tee aiming down the left side. Be sure to take one and a half clubs less on the approach favouring the right side of this back to front sloping green.
Hole #5, Hopeful Crossing
A tee shot over the fairway bunkers on the right is ideal. A conservative second shot over Hopeful Creek should be aimed left of the 150 yard marker. Going for it in two requires less club and bravery.
Hole #6, Cliffhanger
This is the world famous Cliffhanger at Greywolf. The blue, white and black tees all require at least one club less and consider the swirling winds from the Toby Creek Valley. Favour the right side as the vertical rock cliffs guard the front, back and left.
Link to Greywolf's website for information and details on Holes #7-#18.