June 23, 2017

About The Golfer

The Golfer loves the game and can appreciate a great golf course. Follow The Golfer as he reviews golf courses around Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, telling you the best holes on each course and a quick overview/review of what to expect.

Burnaby Mountain Golf Club Review

When looking for a great golf course to play year round there are two deciding factors to consider. The first is the golf course itself. It needs to be well-maintained throughout the year, offering an enjoyable playing experience for a decent price. The second factor is the practice facilities. If a golfer is really looking to improve their … [Read more...]

Furry Creek Golf Course Review

Nearby Squamish and almost halfway to Whistler, Furry Creek Golf Course is built into the side of a mountain, allowing for holes with huge elevation changes. With spectacular scenery, sweeping views of the ocean, islands and mountains, this par 72 course designed by Robert Muir Graves and built in 1993 will surely satisfy your craving for a unique … [Read more...]

Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club Review

The Mayfair Lakes golf course will make you happy – even on the gloomiest of days. The views from the tee boxes are filled with deep green colours from the pristinely kept fairways and greens to the thickly cut rough. Lots of beautiful water flows throughout the course, providing hazards on nearly every hole. The sand bunkers are well groomed, … [Read more...]

Eaglequest Coyote Creek Golf Course Review

Want to play a challenging round of golf in just over 3 hours?  Then Eaglequest Coyote Creek in Surrey is your best bet.  The 18 hole, par 65 course consists of 11 par 4 holes and 7 par 3 holes. Very reasonably priced, this par 3 & 4 course plays very quickly (unless stuck behind a slow group) and requires a great approach shot to make par … [Read more...]