The course is a challenging 6400 yards, but it offers enjoyment to players of all levels. The views from the Whistler Golf Club are simply out of this world. Shimmering lakes. Winding crystal creeks. Rich rolling greens. Snow capped mountains that seem to soar to the heavens. Golf Magazine awarded the Whislter Golf Club its Silver Medal in 1989.
The challenging 18 holes rise 300 feet into the foothills of Blackcomb Mountain. The rugged links-style course traverses mountain ledges and fords rushing streams, creating unforgettable memories for golfers. The course features cascading creeks, granite rockfaces and panaramas of Blackcomb and Whistler mountains. Couple the course design and extraordinary mountain scenery that surrounds it, and you have all the makings of one of the best golf rounds anywhere.
Sweeping mountain views from the edge of gorgeous Green Lake are the inspiration for Nicklaus North, a stunning new course to test every golferís instincts and skills. From the Championship tees itís a 6,925 yard Par 71 challenge. From four sets of alternate tees, itís the perfect combination of excitement and enjoyment. Surrounded by trails and parkland, Nicklaus North is as close to nature as golf can get.
At the foot of breathtaking Mt. Currie, award-winning golf architect Bob Cupp has fashioned a modern-day tribute to traditional golf: achallenging but fair layout, supremely conditioned, and a joy to the eyes. And most important to traditionalists it's an eminently walkable course. Each hole presents the player with a strategic"risk-reward" challenge: the more risk that is successfully accepted, the golfer is rewarded with less club to the green to a better angle approach. The hazards that provide the risk are sufficient to challenge the better players but not so onerous as to present unreasonable difficulty for the remainder.
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