Whistler Golf Club, Whistler
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
A sea of different shades of green, dense coniferous forest, and serene mountain landscape set a captivating scene at Whistler Golf Club. As Arnold Palmer's first Canadian golf course, this course presents a challenging set of holes in a relaxed atmosphere kept in immaculate condition. There are four sets of tees to play from, each varying in distance to the hole. At 671 m (2,200 ft) in elevation, the ball travels just a bit farther. If you're lucky, you may spot a black bear. The hospitality continues through the restaurant and pro shops. Arrange your visit to Whistler Golf Club and discover more family-friendly attractions in Whistler using our Whistler holiday planner.
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We were with two small children and fancied a beer after a longish walk along the lake. The Club had a sign welcoming the public. We nervously entered with the two small children. All made welcome and... read more »
Excellent service from all at the club. Shuttle service to the range from clubhouse provided. Course was in great shape and the greens were really fast. Played with a couple of Whistler residents so t... read more »
We enjoyed our round immensely. The course is in great condition and has the best views of any course in Whistler. Staff is friendly and attentive. The course is fair but challenging, especially with ... read more »
Fun course with a beautiful view of the mountains.
Great location, not a large capacity though.
The original Whistler course designed by Arnold Palmer and now the cheapest (if that's the right word) in the Valley. Really an enjoyable course with brutal greens and lots of water in play.
My friends and I went on one of the Club Crawls and we were totally blown away by how good it was. We weren't expecting much, but it's really organized. We paid $50 each per ticket (there were 3 of us) and for that we got 5 drinks, no line and no cover and free dinner. We did the math and figured it would've cost us about $80 if we were to do that on our own. There was about 60 people on the crawl. We were a little bit older (we're in our late 30s), but it didn't matter, everyone was having such a great time. The crawl starts off slow, but by the end of the night you've met tonnes of people and know most of them by name. I'd recommend this to anyone.
We really enjoy going to the Whistler golf club driving range. The price is reasonbale and it is a good family time :)
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