If the phrase ‘getting away from it all’ means anything to you – and you love world-class golf courses carved through spectacular mountainous terrain! – then a getaway to the picturesque Kokanee Springs Golf Resort should be on your bucket list. Featuring beautiful course-side accommodation, exceptional dining and a breathtaking Norman Woods-designed championship course that consistently exceeds expectations, the Kokanee Springs Golf Resort is truly a golfer’s paradise in the Kootenay Rockies.
18 holes $95
(afternoon and twilight rates) (+tax)
Power carts ~ club rentals ~ club storage ~ CPGA lessons ~ practice facilities ~ licensed dining lounge and patio ~ 10 km walking / biking trail ~ shuttle service ~ on-site accommodation: RV resort, lodges & villas.
The Kokanee Springs golf course is carved from the wilderness and situated along the base of the Purcell Mountains. It is regarded as the flagship of golf courses in the West Kootenay area. The course features 66 sand traps, 12 water hazards and 124,000 sq feet of elevated, multi-leveled greens with 90,000 sq feet of terraced tee surface. If the hazards created aren’t enough of a challenge, Kokanee Springs is a big course. The yardages are as follows, from the blue markers: 6,604, 6,260 from the whites and 5,747 from the reds.
The Lodges at Kokanee Springs are situated on the course-side of this championship course. Located on the hill above the clubhouse between the tenth and twelfth fairways, the eight suites and 56 queen rooms allow you to relax in comfortable luxury.
Spacious rooms with private balconies complete with bar fridges, coffee makers, satellite TV and air-conditioning.
Kokanee Springs Resort’s restaurant, REFRESH Kitchen & Bar focuses on fast casual with comfort foods we all crave – healthy bowls, wood-fired pizzas, charcuterie boards, abundantly fresh salads, refreshing beverages, modern cocktails and signature specialties. Reservations are highly recommended or order your meal with convenient delivery service to your private villa or your room at The Lodges at Kokanee.