Kootenay Rockies

With the stunning views, gorgous summer weather and challenging terrain, the Kootenay Rockies region of British Columbia is home to a number of impressive and world-class golf resorts and courses—with several more in development. The Kootenay Rockies region, which stretches into neighbouring Idaho and Montana, is increasingly becoming a preferred desination for professional and amateur golfers. Use our golfing in the Kootenay Rockies page at a stepping stone to your next golf getaway in the spectacular Kootenay Rockies.

Recent Kootenay Rockies Articles

An aerial view of the luscious greens at Fernie Golf & Country Club.
Elk Valley From lake to links July 2015 / Kirsten Armleder

Put some drive in your Lake Koocanusa vacation this summer by visiting the area’s many golf courses.

Golfing in Kimberley

These scenic Kootenay courses are enough to keep the most avid golfer entertained.

Juniors Practising Chipping at Copper Ppoint Golf Club

How can you introduce your kid to the game of golf, as frustrating as it can be, and ensure it also is fun?

Promoted Kootenay Rockies Courses

Revelstoke mountain scene
Revelstoke Revelstoke Golf Club July 2014 / Kimberly Schoenberger

Revelstoke Golf Club brings a new attitude this season, encouraging more casual golfers and social events.

Photo from the clubhouse patio overlooking the course. There are golf carts parked in the foreground and a mountain in the background.
Elk Valley Mountain Meadows Golf Course June 2014 / Kimberly Schoenberger

This 9-hole Elkford course is a place where all can come to enjoy the game.

Windermere Valley Golf Course's Shot Shapers Golf Academy.

If you’re looking for a family-friendly golf course where you can enjoy a shorter round on beautifully maintained terrain, look no further than Windermere Valley Golf Course.

Columbia Valley Eagle Ranch Resort June 2013 / Kimberly Schoenberger

Eagle Ranch is an award-winning mountain course in the Columbia Valley.

Radium Resort golf course aerial view

Radium Resort in Radium Hot Springs, B.C., is home to two very different and very amazing golf courses. The Springs Course is a championship 18-hole golf course and the Resort Course is a very playable resort-style 18-hole course.

Elk Valley Fernie Golf and Country Club July 2012 / Kimberly Schoenberger

There is no doubt as to why that the Fernie Golf and Country Club is such a hot spot in the Rockies: luscious greens, silica sand, varied terrain and an immaculate view of the mountains make this an excellent place to swing your clubs.

West Kootenay Redstone Resort July 2012 / Karen Kornelsen

Les Furber designed this mountainous West Kootenay golf course that combines superb scenery, interesting layouts and elevation changes for a truly unique and challenging golf experience.

Kootenay Rockies Kokanee Springs Resort Club July 2012 / Karen Kornelsen

Kokanee Springs is a Norman Woods original characterized by its ability to interest and challenge golfers at all levels.

West Kootenay Granite Pointe Golf Course July 2012 / Karen Kornelsen

Witness the spectacular views of Nelson, Kootenay Lake and the famed Kokanee Glacier from Hole 10 at Granite Pointe Golf Course.

West Kootenay Castlegar Golf Club July 2012 / Karen Kornelsen

Castlegar Golf Club provides the whole package by combining outstanding value with a remarkable golfing experience.

West Kootenay Balfour Golf Course July 2012 / Karen Kornelsen

Discover the hidden gem that is Balfour Golf Course for a remarkable golfing experience.

West Kootenay Little Bear Golf Course July 2012 / Kimberly Schoenberger

Little Bear Golf Course creates a full game of golf with 18 tee boxes leading up to nine greens.

Kevin Nesbitt is undertaking his fourth season with the Champion Lakes Golf and Country Club this year; he is the general manager and PGA professional at the course.

Mountain view at looking down a golf fairway.
Columbia Valley Spur Valley Golf Resort July 2012 / Karen Kornelsen

Spur Valley Golf Resort lies just north of the charming village of Radium Hot Springs, B.C. The course is a player-friendly, walkable nine-hole course that features four par 3s, four par 4s and one par 5 and takes approximately two hours to play.

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