A Golfing Holiday to remember
Fly into Vancouver then head up to Whistler, one of Canada’s premier resorts, for the first part of your holiday. Base yourself in Whistler which is home to four championship, designer courses that provide an unparalleled mountain golf experience. To ease yourself in start with Arnold Palmer’s first ever Canadian design at the Whistler Golf Club, then choose between Robert Trent Jones Jr’s mountain design at the Chateau Whistler Golf Club, where bears frequent the course, or a tough experience at Jack Nicklaus’ signature design, Nicklaus North Golf Course, or play at the base of majestic Mount Currie on Robert Cupp’s Big Sky Golf and Country Club which provides a stunning backdrop.
From here take a leisurely drive over the stunning Duffy Lakes to the winery rich Okanagan. Base yourself here to play the 4 championship courses; Predators Ridge, Harvest Course, The Bear and Gallaghers Canyon.
This itinerary is flexible and can be tailor-made to suit you; if you want to add extra days in one area, remove some of the golf, extend the holiday or maybe change the direction of travel. Talk to one of our experts about how to make this holiday the perfect one for you.
Derek and Jane - Travelled BC & Alberta
"The journey you picked out was super."
Many thanks for another fantastic holiday. Firstly the wedding of our youngest son in Vancouver was a great day for us all. Everything went well and was very enjoyable. Thanks again for selecting a well balanced holiday. The car Jeep Grant Cherokee was only a week old and took all our luggage. The journey you picked out was super. Summit Lodge in Whistler was excellent. The guest house by the lake in Clearwater was one of the best we have ever stayed. Sandie and John were excellent hosts. The rooms and breakfast were fantastic. Wells Grey Provincial Park, is a real gem with fantastic waterfalls and great walks. Jasper was unfortunately a bit damp, but we managed to go on the sky tram after the rain and got some great views. On the way to emerald lake we went on the Brewsters Glacier tour which we all enjoyed. Emerald Lake lodge with the lake view was excellent. I think the views were better than Lake Louise!
Thanks again and look forward in using you again.
Itinerary (12 Nights)
Here’s a day-by-day guide to your itinerary. Feel free to ask us to add other days or ideas and excursions by contacting us directly, so we can give you the best price.
Depart this morning and head to Whistler. En route stop at Furry Creek Golf course...
Depart this morning and head to Whistler. En route stop at Furry Creek Golf course for your first round. Then carry on up to Whistler and explore this scenic town at your leisure.
Furry Creek Golf Course
Furry Creek is not a course that one merely plays – it is an enriching adventure to be savoured. With its breathtaking beauty, dramatic play and first-class facilities, Furry Creek delivers an unforgettable golf experience. One glance from the first tee, with its striking 165-foot plunge towards the tranquil waters of Howe Sound, and you will understand that you’ve arrived at a course like no other.
6 nights Whistler.
Whistler Golf Club Stand on the first tee of the Whistler Golf Club and instantly...
Whistler Golf Club
Stand on the first tee of the Whistler Golf Club and instantly you’ll understand why Arnold Palmer chose it as the location for his first Canadian design. Snow-capped peaks surround the course in all directions, ancient cedars and majestic fir trees line the fairways, winding streams, nine lakes and white sand bunkers punctuate perfectly manicured greens and an occasional black bear sauntering across a fairway is not an uncommon site.
Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club Whistler has become one of the premier golf destinations in...
Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club
Whistler has become one of the premier golf destinations in Canada and The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club is most certainly one of the reasons why. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and opened in 1993, the par 72, 18-hole course offers a golf opportunity unmatched in the region. Carved out of the slopes of the Coast Mountain range, with elevation changes of more than 400 ft. overall, this magnificent golf course is generous to the eye and provides enough fun and challenge for everyone. Remember to bring your camera as well as your clubs to enjoy this course to its fullest!
Nicklaus North Snowcapped peaks, a brilliant emerald-coloured lake and fresh and invigorating mountain air: This...
Snowcapped peaks, a brilliant emerald-coloured lake and fresh and invigorating mountain air: This is the setting that inspired the great Jack Nicklaus to create a course as unique as the man himself. This par 71, 18-hole course winds along a gentle valley floor, offering spectacular settings and a true test of your golfing talents. Just minutes from the cobblestone walkways and street side cafes of Whistler, Nicklaus North stands out as one of North America’s great courses – and one of a few golf courses in the world exceptional enough to bear Jack Nicklaus’ name.
Big Sky Golf & Country Club The accolades awarded to Big Sky Golf and Country...
Big Sky Golf & Country Club
The accolades awarded to Big Sky Golf and Country Club could fill a book. Located at the foot of Mt. Currie, just 25 minutes north of Whistler Village, Big Sky delivers a truly thrilling golf experience. Designed by award-winning golf course architect Robert Cupp, Big Sky features the finest in golf course conditioning with bent grass from tee to green. The course is a classic links design built on gentle rolling terrain that integrates seven lakes connected by a serpentine creek. Yes, there are 12 water holes! For the truly adventurous, Big Sky also offers a 19th hole. A helicopter will take you up into the mountains for the ‘longest drive of your life’.
Whistler to Vernon
Check out of your Whistler hotel and take a leisurely drive through the Duffey Lakes...
Check out of your Whistler hotel and take a leisurely drive through the Duffey Lakes to the Okanagan and stop at Vernon – home to the superb Predator Ridge course.
2 nights Vernon.
The Predator Designed by legendary course architect Les Furber, The Predator Course offers a challenge...
Designed by legendary course architect Les Furber, The Predator Course offers a challenge for every level of player and is one of the best offerings of golf in Canada. The rolling hills, long grasses and undulating greens make for a truly unforgettable golf experience.
Vernon to Kelowna
Take a short drive to Kelowna and play one of the 3 courses this afternoon....
Take a short drive to Kelowna and play one of the 3 courses this afternoon.
Harvest Golf Course
At 7,109 yards, The Harvest is a championship-length layout designed by renowned Canadian golf course architect Graham Cooke. Literally shaped from an orchard, many fruit trees still dot the course and add to its splendor and a-peal – pun intended!
3 nights Kelowna.
The Bear Course Located at the Okanagan Golf Club this course was designed to ignite...
The Bear Course
Located at the Okanagan Golf Club this course was designed to ignite your passion for the game of golf. Planned by Nicklaus Designs and built in 1998, The Bear is an 18-hole,6,900 yard, par 72 masterpiece unlike any other golf course in British Columbia. With dramatic sculpted fairways surrounded by the forests and sage brush hills of B.C.’s sun-drenched southern interior, The Bear is the crown jewel course of the Okanagan Valley.
Gallaghers Canyon Rated as one of the best golf courses in the country, Gallagher’s Canyon...
Rated as one of the best golf courses in the country, Gallagher’s Canyon is a spectacular par 72, 18-hole championship golf course full of challenging fairways, well-protected greens and awe-inspiring vistas. Throughout the course, you’ll marvel at the scenery around you as you play through tall groves of ponderosa pine and along the very edge of the picturesque canyon.
Kelowna to Vancouver
Depart Kelowna and head back to Vancouver. Drop the rental car at the airport and...
Depart Kelowna and head back to Vancouver. Drop the rental car at the airport and take your return flight home. Why not add some nights on in Vancouver before heading home?