Hidden Gem! Hidden Gem! Hidden Gem! Did we say hidden gem yet? Kamloops may be one of the best-kept golfing secrets in all of Canada, but is quickly being discovered.
In the shadow of the Coast Mountain Range to the West and the Selkirk Mountains to the East, Kamloops’ warm dry climate, sagebrush hills and capricious winds make it a slice of West-Texas golf in the heart of the B.C. Interior.
The courses that make up the heart of Kamloops golf are as distinct as they are unforgettable. Recognized as some of the best golf in Canada by authorities like Golf Digest and ScoreGolf magazine, Tobiano, with it’s immaculate conditioning, challenging golf and a backdrop that sets it apart from any other course will have you begging for more.
Rivershore Golf Links, a masterpiece by the banks of the Thompson River, was designed by legendary architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. and has hosted the Canadian Amateur Championship. Eagle Point, a rolling course cut out of ponderosa pine forest, was voted a “best place to play” by Golf Digest Magazine, The Dunes at Kamloops, a links inspired gem, is the perennial host to the Canadian Tour Qualifying School and Big Horn, with immaculate fairways carved out of the sagebrush hills overlooking the river valley, was named the “Best new course in Western Canada” by Golf Digest Magazine. Individually these courses are great. Together they make for a fantastic golf vacation!
If you are looking for some great golf away from the crowds, Kamloops is your golf vacation destination.
Getting Here: Kamloops is four hours North East of Vancouver and two hours North West of Kelowna. It can be reached by highway from all four points of the compass. The primary route from the coast is via Highway 5, the Coquihalla. Kamloops has an airport that is served by Air Canada. More regular and affordable service can often be found into Kelowna or Vancouver. From there we can book you a rental car to get to Kamloops.