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Canadian Golf Course Opening Updates

May 3, 2020 0

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, things are beginning to look a little brighter for golf course operators in Ontario and Quebec, the two hardest hit provinces. Pro shops in Quebec (except in Montreal) will be […]

Book Your British Columbia Golf Vacation Today

March 2, 2020 0

The breathtaking landscape of Canada’s west coast, British Columbia, makes for an incredible backdrop to over 300 golf courses…and counting. RENOWNED GOLF COURSE ARCHITECTS Stanley Thompson, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, Doug Carrick, Arnold Palmer, […]

Golf Legends of Canada: Stan Leonard

January 4, 2020 0

When Vancouver-born Stan Leonard passed away at the age of 90 in 2005, a significant chapter of Canadian golf died as well. For most Canadians, the legacy laid out by Leonard is largely unknown, even […]

GolfNorth Expands Interests To British Columbia

November 17, 2019 0

GolfNorth, the Ontario-based golf property consolidator, now has full reach in Canada from the East to the West Coast. On the heels of revealing an operations lease with The Ridge at Manitou in McKellar, Ontario, […]

Golf Travel: Wondrous Whistler

March 11, 2019 1

By Grant Fraser, Travel Contributor / @gfrasergolf I arrived in Whistler in an unconventional way. Not by car, bus, boat or train, but via a 60-year old refurbished six-seater De Havilland sea plane that departed […]

Kelowna, B.C. – Their Cup Runneth Over

May 7, 2018 1

(On this Travel Tuesday we reach into the archives for a story of a visit to one of Canada’s hottest destinations for many reasons, Kelowna, British Columbia) One of the best Chefs in Kelowna, B.C. […]

Golf Travel: The Lure Of Kelowna

May 24, 2016 0

Just  couple months after he left office as the Premier of British Columbia I met Bill Bennett. It was late 1986. He was returning home to Kelowna and I was part of a band of […]

4 Great Golf Getaways on Vancouver Island

September 15, 2006 0

by Andrew Penner There’s something about being on an island that makes a holiday that much sweeter.  Islands have a way of upping the leisurely power of a trip.  But, let’s face it, when a […]

Bring On The Heat: Okanagan Oasis

April 5, 2006 0

When many people think of British Columbia they imagine a place where rain falls constantly on towering forests and where mountains reach to the sky.  Not often do they think of an arid landscape where […]