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Guided Canada Golf Vacations - Group Golf Packages

British Columbia Golf Vacations and Group Golf Packages 

Winner of both IAGTO's 2004 Undiscovered Golf Destination of the World and 2007 Best Golf Destination of North America, British Columbia offers superbly crafted courses set amidst spectacular scenery. Whether you desire to play an oceanside links on Vancouver Island, between orchards in the Okanagan Valley while sampling excellent wines, or within the stunning rugged Rocky Mountains, you will experience a golf adventure second to none.

West Coast Canada Golf Vacations and Group Golf Packages:

Rocky Mountain and Interior Guided Tours and Group Golf Packages:


The Westcoast of Canada is home to one of the world’s most beautiful and recognized cities, Vancouver. It is also home to some of Canada’s most beautiful mountain and marine scenery. In what other place can you sip a latte in a bustling downtown café, go for an oceanside stroll, go skiing, spot majestic bald eagles soar overhead all within a 20 minute drive. Canada’s westcoast is the perfect place to experience a true Canada Golf Vacation. What is lesser known however, is that it is also a world-class golf destination. Whether you desire to play a mountain layout, or an Oceanside links, the westcoast of BC and Vancouver Island has it all. Spend a few days shopping in Vancouver, or take the spectacular sea-to-sky highway to Whistler (site of the 2010 Winter Olympics) all the while playing some of Canada’s most revered golf courses. With over 30 unique golf courses in the area, we can design an endless variety of guided Canada golf vacations and group golf packages.

Accomodation Hightlights: Fairmont Empress Hotel Victoria

Fairmont empress hotel

Rising regally on the banks of Victoria's Inner Harbour and representing the center of British Columbia's Capital City, The Fairmont Empress has been completely restored to her turn-of-the-century beauty. The Fairmont Empress displays the grandeur of a bygone era, her facilities and services meet the needs of today's traveler. Whether you are looking to experience a British tradition with our famous Afternoon Tea, hold a meeting in our exceptional conference facilities, go on an ocean bound whale watching adventure, or spend an afternoon browsing Victoria's quaint shops, The Fairmont Empress is an excellent choice.

Golf Highlights: Olympic View

Olympic view

Imagine being surrounded by the magnificence of the Olympic Mountains, the roar of two spectacular waterfalls, and the tranquility associated with twelve lakes. Eagles soar overhead. Black-tailed deer feed at the forest's edge. Now imagine a club in your hands and 18 holes of challenging championship fairways stretched out before you. Welcome to Olympic View Golf Course.

Located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, the golf club offers expansive views of surrounding landscape including the Pacific Ocean and Washington State's Olympic Mountains. Situated just west of Victoria's downtown core, the club is easily accessible from world class accommodations such as the renowned Empress Hotel. The mild winters and warm breezy summers make Victoria a wonderful place to visit and Olympic View a great course to play any time of the year.

Sightseeing Highlights: Butchart Gardens

Butchart gardens

Welcome to the Butchart Gardens, fifty-five acres of wonderful floral display, offering spectacular views as you stroll along meandering paths and expansive lawns. In 1904, Jennie Butchart began to beautify a worked-out quarry site left behind from her husband's pioneering efforts in the manufacture of Portland cement at Tod Inlet, Vancouver Island, Canada. Her venture has become a family commitment to horticulture and hospitality spanning over 100 years, and delighting visitors from all over the world. From the exquisite Sunken Garden to the charming Rose Garden, this show garden still maintains the gracious traditions, in one of the loveliest corners in the world.

The Gardens were designated in 2004 as a National Historic Site of Canada.

Sightseeing Highlights: Capillano Suspension Bridge

Capilano suspension bridge

Capilano Suspension Bridge is one of Vancouver, British Columbia's most popular tourist attractions. The reason is simple, there are so many things to see and do! Just minutes from the bustle of downtown Vancouver, Capilano Suspension Bridge offers a unique mix of adventure, history and culture making this Vancouver tourist attraction a complete British Columbia experience and an essential on your list of things to do in Vancouver, BC.

Vancouver's oldest tourist attraction, originally built in 1889, stretches 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River. Since then much has been added to the twenty-seven acre park. Of the many things to do, Treetops Adventure is the park's newest attraction - seven suspension bridges through the evergreens taking you up to 100 feet (30m) above the forest floor. Guided nature tours, the Kids' Rainforest Explorer program and Living Forest exhibit enhance this unique rainforest encounter. Enjoy musical entertainment and First Nations carving demonstrations. Take photos at the Totem Park and with the Capilano Tramps. Top it off with a visit to the gift shop full of quality merchandise from all over Canada and great homemade fudge! It's all in a day's fun at Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Rocky Mountains and Interior: 

Now its off to Banff and the Rockies… What makes this area such a great golf destination? Maybe it’s the spectacular scenery, or the rugged mountain peaks, or the unique glaciers, or the blue-green meandering rivers, or the abundant wildlife, or even the friendly people and first class accommodations. It could be all those things, but it could also be the stunning golf which combines the rugged beauty of the Canadian Rockies with challenging golf course layouts designed by some of the most renowned golf minds. The Rockies features some of Canada’s best golf including spirited Silvertip, famous Banff Springs, and Greywolf (The #1 ranked course in BC). All in all, a golf vacation in Canada’s Rocky Mountains will leave you in great spirits whether you shot 102, or 72 out on the course. Let Global Golf Vacations be your guide to this rugged, undiscovered golf paradise! Remember, all of our golf tours can be customized so don’t hesitate to contact as with any request. Global Golf Vacations will do its very best to accommodate any request!

Accomodation Hightlights: Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

Fairmont banff springs

Few hotels in the world can rival the majesty, hospitality and scenery of The Fairmont Banff Springs. Its unique blend of opulence and seclusion has been a symbol of Rocky Mountain magnificence for more than a century. Styled after a Scottish baronial castle, The Fairmont Banff Springs offers stunning vistas, championship golf courses, unparalleled skiing, classic cuisine and Willow Stream, a world class European-style spa. Experience timeless beauty and luxurious comfort in a pristine wilderness.

Golf Highlights: Greywolf

Greywolf golf club

In a short period of time, Greywolf at Panorama has vaulted its way into the upper echelons of mountain golf experiences worldwide - for good reason. Here horizons explode with granite massifs and greens sit tight along cliff tops. The fairways are lush, checkerboard carpets that ramble alongside creeks, dive down fall lines and end up at inspiring green sites. Greywolf was voted the 'Best New Canadian Course' by Golf Digest in 1999. It is mountain golf at its finest.

The facilities at Panorama Mountain Village include a range of hotel and condominium accommodation, spa, water park, tennis, restaurants, pubs and almost every other recreational activity you can think of. "We have pride in our exceptional golf course." states Director of Golf Peter Smith, "however, we also pride ourselves in the overall experience our guests enjoy at the resort." Greywolf is a brilliant Doug Carrick design and a course you won't soon forget. Take a trip to Panorama this summer. You'll discover that at Greywolf, 'the mountains truly bring peace to the people'.

Golf Highlights: Silvertip

Silvertip golf course

Carved from the natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies, SilverTip is a world-class, 7200-yard championship course located in Canmore, Alberta Canada. Designed by the renowned golf architect Les Furber, SilverTip is as challenging as it is spectacular!

At SilverTip, golf is much more than a game. It’s about being in touch with nature. Where you are surrounded by some of the world’s most spectacular scenery, and where moments of solitude are broken by the voices of nature.

From its naturally elevated mountainside location and astounding 360-degree views, to a seemingly endless supply of warm Southern Alberta sunshine and countless acres of untouched wilderness, SilverTip offers what no other course can - 18 holes of beautifully designed golf overlooking the spectacular Bow Valley corridor, deep in the heart of the Rocky Mountain wilderness.

Sightseeing Highlights: Lake Louise

Chateau lake louise

Lake Louise has been called the ultimate getaway. Not only have international royalty, Hollywood stars and heads of state come to Lake Louise to relax, but increasingly the rest of the world is discovering its simple charms as well. Romantic and relaxing, the pace in Lake Louise attracts people who want to savour the finer things in life; a good book in front of the fireplace, the stillness of the outdoors, or a quiet walk after dinner — you can even get married here!

Sightseeing Highlights: Columbia Icefields

Columbia icefields

So immense! So powerful! So fragile!

The Columbia Icefield is among the largest non-polar accumulations of ice in North America. This huge icefield spawns eight major glaciers; rivers of ice that grind rock into powder and change landscapes as they move. Yet these glaciers, and the plants and wildlife that live nearby, are really very fragile. In these harsh and forbidding surroundings, survival is a daily struggle - this is truly life at the edge!

Sightseeing Highlights: Banff

Downtown banff

The world famous resort town of Banff is located in the centre of Banff National Park, flanked on all sides by Alberta's Rocky Mountains. Countless visitors travel to the town each year, lured by the cozy resorts, unparalleled recreational opportunities and some of Canada's finest shopping and dining.

The national park itself offers opportunities for mountain camping, hiking excursions and wildlife viewing. Banff has also built a reputation as a popular weekend retreat destination during the warm summer months. With renowned restaurants, decadent spas, eclectic boutiques and bustling nightclubs offering something for any taste, Banff has insured that guests will continue to visit the town year round.