Golfing

The golf course is surrounded by mountains and rivers

  • Apr. 1, 2013 2:00 p.m.

Hope Golf Club.

The Hope Golf Club on the banks of the Coquihalla River is worth checking out for any golf enthusiast.

The nine-hole course not only offers golfers a gorgeous setting at the base of Thacker Mountain, but also perfectly groomed greens and plenty of sand and water hazards to keep the game interesting.

While golf carts are available, the course is level enough to walk. There are also 18 distinct tee boxes so that you can play a complete round in less than four hours.

The clubhouse offers a pro shop and banquet hall. There is also a putting green and driving range to perfect your game before heading out on the links.

With Hope’s mild weather, players can play almost year-round. The course rating for men is 69.6 with a slope of 117 and for women a slope of 122.

Rates are among the most reasonable in southwestern B.C., and there are discounts for weekdays and senior golfers.The Hope Club is located on Golf Course Road. Follow the signs from Wallace Street and Seventh Avenue.

For more info visit hopegolfclub.com

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