Adjunct to the magnificent Fairmont Chateau Whistler hotel, the Chateau Whistler Golf Club provides a fabulous golf experience. A superb location, a fine layout with forest and mountain views that are dazzling.
Mountain Style Golf Courses
With similar features as a parkland course, mountain courses have more severe characteristics. Significant elevation changes, densely wooded, towering trees, and expansive vistas are typical characteristics. Deep chasms and natural barrancas are common. Landscaping is maintained in a minimalist natural style, hence the fairways and tees are less manicured.
Located in the temperate climate of Victoria Island. It is the only location in Canada with two Nicklaus courses. The Mountain course is most scenic and the most challenging.
The second course at Bear Mountain is less hilly than its sister Mountain course. The course cuts through forest with superb landscape views. Elevated teeing grounds with modest forced carries on most tee shots. An easy-going mountain course.
In the heart of the Olympic peninsula this mountain course hosted multiple USGA championships and is ranked #6 in state.
Carved from a rock and sand quarry, the Quarry has a well-regarded collection of three beautiful and challenging Par 5 Holes. The landscape is used masterfully to create shots that require careful thinking.
A magnificent yet great value high-end public course. If you only have time to play one of the two courses, we give the Quarry course a slight nod over the Legend course.
One of the finest mountain courses you’ll every play. Conditioning is superb. No homes on the course will spoil the drammatic scenery.
This semi-private course features an abundance of picturesque holes meandering through dense forest bringing that wonderful pastoral feeling of mountain courses.