Greywolf Golf Course

5-star : simply the best - golf courses don’t get much better than this.
   Greywolf Golf Course Est. 1999

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Greywolf Golf Course: Located high in the Purcell Mountains, Greywolf is laid out on pine-clad slopes that sit below the Purcell's rocky peaks. With a clubhouse elevation of 3,800 feet and an elevation change across the course of over 300 feet, golfers can be forgiven for thinking they have been on a roller-coaster ride through the mountains. But Doug Carrick's handsome layout has little in common with the genre of mountain courses that are awkwardly squeezed onto uncompromising and unsuitable terrain. Far from it. Greywolf is an absolute belter, with a succession of excellently crafted and gloriously scenic holes, and a par-3 to die for.

Here at Greywolf, Carrick's two nine-hole loops present a fair and immensely scenic challenge for all golfers to enjoy. And in the middle of the front-nine is an absolute gem. If jaw-dropping "wow factor" holes are what spread the fame of top golf courses, then Greywolf has one of Canada's best - the infamous "Cliffhanger". Whether attempted from the tips (200 yards) or the more forgiving 155-yard forward tees, the 6th hole is simply stunning, one of the world's truly great par-3s. The green is perched atop a rocky pedestal. All around it are sheer cliffs. Behind it beautifully forested slopes stretch up to a lofty mountain summit. The 360-degree views from the green outdo even those from the tee.

Before reaching "Cliffhanger", the opening trio of holes, two par-4s and a 5, involve a steady ascent from the clubhouse to the highest part of the course. The 4th and 5th bring you part-way downhill again.

The pick of the holes in Greywolf's stunning collection are found on the front-nine, although the mischievous par-3 15th played over water, and the plunging par-4 11th protected by a glacier-blue pond, also deserve a special mention. Needless to say roads and intrusive housing play no part here; the ski chalets at the course's lower elevations complement rather than detract from this alpine golfing feast.

At this Stay & Play venue, the on-site accommodation is located close to the golf facilities.

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Making Contact

Greywolf Golf Course
1860 Greywolf Drive,
Panorama, British Columbia V0A 1T0
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Office   +1 (250) 341 4100
Pro Shop   +1 (888) 473 9965 (toll-free)

  +1 (250) 341 4109

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Golf Pro
Justin Brown (Director of Golf and Head Professional).
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Mountain course.
Significantly undulating terrain.
Surroundings: High mountain country and forest.
Designer: Doug Carrick
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 7140 6190 5365
Par 72 72 72
SSS or Slope 74.2 69.7 69.6
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How2Get There?

22 km SW of Invermere.

Essential information

Green Fees:
2015 visitor fee, 18-holes in high season (June thru' Sept): Mon-Thur C$119; Fri-Sun C$139. Golf cart included. [Contact club for full details, discounts, Stay&Play packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance. Golf season is mid-May thru early-Oct.
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Other Information
Golf carts compulsory; carts are fitted with GPS.

Practice facilities
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Did you know?

Greywolf was originally owned and developed by Intrawest, a leading developer and operator of mountain resorts across North America and BMR Golf. In early 2013, Totem Golf, operating out of Cochrane, Alberta purchased the golf course.

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Published Ranking
2016 ScoreGolf magazine rating: 18th best course and 7th best public course in Canada.
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Latitude: (50.447257)
Longitude: (-116.248569)
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Panorama Mountain Village Lodgings 
Panorama Mountain Village, BC V0A 1K5
+1 (250) 342 6941

With over 500 units ranging from a budget-oriented hotel (The Pine Inn) to luxury 3 bedroom condos, Panorama has many lodging options to suit your needs. Visit to view all Panorama has to offer.

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Eagle Point Vacation Rental Lodges & Chalets 5-star
9581 Eagle Ranch Trail, Invermere, BC V0A 1K3
+1 (250) 342 0562

Eagle Ranch – a distinctive, master-planned resort community - is set amongst the rugged, unspoiled splendour of BC’s Columbia Valley. Here you will enjoy easy access to Lake Windermere, the Columbia River and a host of outdoor adventures. The resort’s centrepiece is an 18-hole championship golf course, perched along ancient bluffs overlooking the Columbia River. Beautifully appointed onsite luxury chalets are available to rent, giving you one of British Columbia's best quality Stay & Play experiences. A luxury hotel is included in the resort's development plans.

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