Northview Golf & Country Club Ltd
6857 168 Street, Surrey, BC, V3S 8E7
604-574-0324 604-576-GOLF (4653)
This former home of the PGA tours Air Canada Championship recently underwent several million dollars of drainage upgrade, making it one of the driest winter courses in the lower mainland.
Profile Last Updated: February 12, 2009
Management and ownership are committed to maintaining the course as one of the best in the lower mainland. Membership is not needed, or for that matter, offered, and the course is open to everyone.
Two to Choose From
The Arnold Palmer designed 36-hole championship course has a lot to offer. The Ridge course has more of a west coast feel, meaning a more lush, tree-lined fairway. With 6900 yards of gently hilly terrain, streams and small lakes, it’s the shorter but the more challenging of the two courses. Its eighteenth hole is considered one the great finishing holes on the PGA tour. The Canal course is more traditional –– 7100 yards of wide open fairways and fewer trees, a little more reminiscent of the game’s Scottish roots. The last three holes on the Canal course are classic Arnold Palmer risk-reward design where anything can happen.
Prime Rib Buffet
Northview’s club house facilities are considered by many to be the best in the Pacific Northwest. Try the Prime Rib or Pasta Buffet on offer various nights of the week. The Palmer dining room’s menu uses traditional French cuisine as a base, incorporating West Coast cuisine and international fare. Northview’s facilities are available for private functions for up to 100 people.
Take note: Club house facilites, rentals. No membership required.