Copper Point Golf Club, Invermere

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  • We golf here every year and enjoy it. The course is challenging but does have a variety of tees to choose from. We've had lunch here in the past on the patio which has an amazing view. But this past v...  more »
  • The greens were in great shape. The views were beautiful. Too bad my game was ruined by a grumpy marshal who was putting pressure on us. One comes to the valley to relax and have a good time. Someone ...  more »
  • My family of 4 (wife and 2 pre-teen boys) played 18 holes of golf here while staying in the area for a week. It was early season and the courses had just recently opened for the season. The staff was ...  more »
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  • I've played both the point and the ridge and I've had a blast at both of them. Weirdly enough as much as I loved the golf, I would have to say the dining experience at the grill was I think everyone's favourite part. My fish and chips were excellent and I can't wait to go back and try one of the sandwiches that a few of the other guys got. All in all they went above and beyond for my brothers bachelor party and I'm very grateful and will definitely be coming back hopefully in the near future.
  • Two 18-hole Golf courses, one is a challenging par-62. A nice clubhouse, a great 18, and stunning views. One of the Columbia Valley's largest host of charity events.
  • First things first, I am not a golfer. But we had a bachelor party on the weekend, and when we came in for lunch and 18 holes, I was impressed. The clubhouse club sandwich brought a little tear of joy to the eyes of those who ordered it, and my brother's fried fish had many of us guaging just how feasible two lunches in one sitting would be. The staff were fast, friendly, and more than willing to try to meet our requests. I was informed by the other more golfier(?) attendees, that the course was well designed. What I can say myself, is the course was beautiful. A challenge for those able to actually hit the ball, it was forgiving enough that I didn't need to dig too far into my reserve sleeves of Callaways despite my stunningly high score. The on course carts were ever present, and the ladies were very friendly, always there when someone was in need of a beverage. Between the food, the staff, and the course, Copper Point is certainly worth a visit.
  • The courses are very well taken care of and I really appreciate the customer service they offer. There are also lessons that you can take with a group or without and those really improve your game. Also if you are under 12 years of age you are free to play on the copper ridge course. They also have a good restaurant and a good golf shop and as an extra the driving range is very nice. one thing I would watch out for is that the on course food is very expensive and there is no shade at the driving range. This course also holds the Kelly Hrudey tournament and that is a great thing to play in if you can and if you cant compete it is always fun to watch.
  • Nice course but you're constantly harassed by the Marshall. We finished 18 holes in 3 hours and were approached 5-6 times in a very rude manner to hurry up despite nobody waiting for us. It was the opposite of relaxing.