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|Cross Street |||76 Ave|
|7 days a week: 7:30AM-10PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 13, 2009
Open access and attractive pricing make golf accessible to a wide range of players.
New management, New look
Experiencing a resurgence under the umbrella management of Eagle Quest Golf Management (www.eaglequestgolf.com), this is a mid-length golf course with full service golf facility, welcoming the general public 7.00-10.00pm seven days a week. The challenging par 65 golf course is in excess of 4,100 yards. A winding creek meanders through many of the holes.
The course is also the new home of Royal Canadian Golf Association's Elite Junior Player Development National Training Center, so you might just find yourself playing against a PGA star of tomorrow.
It has a 76-station driving range on two levels, new stalls, state of the art synthetic range landing area, extensive grass tees and teaching area. Range hours are 7:30am-10:00pm every day. Ball dispensers are off at 9:30pm. Players get 50% more balls free on weekdays before 11am, weekends before 10am, and every evening after 8pm. Hours are 6.30-9.30.
The large two storey clubhouse has a redesigned pro shop, extensive banquet and meeting facilities, and locker rooms. Entertainment is focused on live music with the "Swingers" every Friday and Saturday night. The neighbourly, family-style Creekside Grill has different specials every night. A range of small, medium & large banquet and meeting rooms can accommodate up to 300 guests.
Playing fees are $18.00-$32.00 (member/non-member). Current member specials: season green fee pass at $1900, ladies league at $329. Group lessons of one hour come at $90.00 per person +GST. The club caters for tournaments from 24-156 people from $62.60. Punch cards for green fees offer an effective 13 rounds for $22. Membership fees for full play for a maximum of 125 rounds per year come at $1900, and for seniors (over 60) at $1400.
Eagle Quest Golf Management also manages three other courses in B.C., two in Alberta and one in Thunder Bay.