Congratulations to our Hole In One club members so far this season;
Season Passholder David B. with a Hole in One on #11
Stephanie D. from Post Falls, Idaho with a Hole in One on #8 and on her birthday!
Mark B. with a Hole in One on #8 on August 19th!
Season Passholder, Lise L. with a Hole in One on #8 on August 28th!
Check out everyone else who has made the Hole In One Club in previous years.
The 28th annual Men’s Mountain Classic will be at Trickle Creek Golf Resort on September 15th – 17th. The Men’s Mountain Classic is a tournament that brings friends together from across the world each year!
More information about the tournament can be found on the Men’s Mountain Classic website.
Join us for our second Pars & Guitars event of the summer! On Thursday, August 18th, 2016 we’ll welcome Amy Thiessen to our Clubhouse Patio stage. Tickets are ONLY $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Advance tickets at available by calling 250-427-3389 ext 2 or ext 1 to book early twilight golf for $49. Dinner reservations available starting at 6 pm. Check out Amy’s Facebook page or website to hear some of Amy’s work.
Pair your tickets with a round of golf and/or dinner reservations before the show, call 250-427-3389 to order advance tickets.
Take a kid to the course week starts on Monday July 4th! During take a kid to the course week juniors (16 & under) play for FREE with a paying adult. Call for more information or to book a tee time – 250-427-3389.
The official Take a Kid to the Course website.
Our beautiful course was designed by renowned golf course architect Les Furber. Ever wanted to know a bit more about Les? We dug up this article by the Edmonton Journal from a few years back so you can read a bit more about Les.
“Les Furber was a 20-year-old Saskatchewan farm boy 41 summers ago when he and two friends went on a vacation to California that changed his life. And that’s a good thing for golfers throughout Canada and the world.
Furber and his buddies ended up in Santa Barbara, working on the construction of a new golf course.
“It was totally by accident,” Furber recalls over a cup of coffee in Canmore, where he has lived for the last 30 years while germinating his well-earned reputation as one of Canada’s, perhaps the world’s, foremost golf course designers. He became intrigued by the construction process and spent the next six years, until 1972, working on golf course construction. By then he was hooked.”
Read the rest on the Canada.com website.
Photo: Vancouver Sun
Did you miss our first Pars & Guitars event, or loved it so much you want to attend another? It’s your second chance to enjoy live outdoor music while you dine on our gorgeous patio. Join us on Thursday, August 27th to see James Neve and a special surprise guest, doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7!
See our Facebook event for more information.