British Columbia

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Canada’s most western province is home to incredible physical diversity, from snow-peaked mountains to the rugged coastline, to the dry interior. Here you will also find Canada's largest wine region with over 90 wineries to visit and enjoy. On beautiful Vancouver Island the temperate climate allows for tee-offs nearly year-round, and the provincial capital of Victoria offers a taste of Old English charm.
 
North of Vancouver the world class, four season resort town of Whistler offers challenging golf in a stunning natural setting, an exciting nightlife and a melting pot of cuisine choices. Enjoy wonderful designs from Nicklaus, Palmer, Graves, Trent Jones Jr. and Cupp. On the Island experience the 36-holes of Nicklaus design at Bear Mountain or local favourites Arbutus Ridge and Olympic View. In the interior the Thompson - Okanagan Valley offers yet another physical landscape, fertile, yet often desert-like terrain that is the setting for more fine tracks like Predator Ridge (36 holes), Okanagan GC (36 holes), Club at Tower Ranch, Talking Rock, Sun Rivers, Sun Peaks, Dunes at Kamloops and the must play, multi-award winner, Tobiano. The Kootenay region of the Rockies is an area of intense natural beauty with lush valleys, crystal-clear lakes and rivers that wind through rolling terrain and unspoiled forests. Here you will enjoy wonderful courses like Trickle Creek, St. Eugene, Copper Point, Eagle Ranch and the thrilling Doug Carrick design, Greywolf.
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