Tucked in between the mountains, lakes and forests, Whistler’s golf courses boast some of the best views in the resort. Tee off early as mist rises from the greens or put in a late-afternoon round with a leisurely patio session after – however you play, golf is a great way to get a healthy dose of fresh air, peek at the mountains and maybe even see some wildlife:
Plan your round with essential advice for golfing in Whistler – beers, bears, hazards and fashion tips.
What’s New for 2016:
All the courses have returned from winter in great shape, and early season conditions are some of the best in recent years. There’s always something new to keep avid golfers returning – this year Big Sky Golf Club is opening an additional five par 3 holes for beginner and intermediate players while the Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club is introducing a new fleet of carts. Nicklaus North has undergone minor tweaks on-course, focusing more on the return of events such as Craft Your Golf, where players can enjoy a selection of craft beer served on-course. The Whistler Golf Club has seen major renovations and a new partnership with Nike to have the second Nike Golf shop in Canada as well as an array of the latest equipment (as used by the pros) ready to be customized to your specifications in the Nike Fitting Centre.
The season stretches from May until October and each course puts on a range of clinics, lessons and events throughout the summer. Whistler.com has the lowdown on booking tee times and golf packages.