Golf Courses

There are 2 golf courses in Radium Hot Springs itself, including the Radium Course and Springs Course (consistently ranked among the top 100 courses in Canada), on which Bighorn Meadows Resort is located.

If that doesn’t satisfy your lust for golf, you can easily do day trips beyond the Columbia Valley to several more golf courses, all located within a 1 to 2 hour drive of Radium Hot Springs.

Radium Course — Radium Hot Springs

Par 71 course; a more playable course for casual golfers. Each hole now has four sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all skill levels.

Springs Course — Radium Hot Springs

Par 72 course, consistently ranked among BC and Canada’s top golf courses. Breathtaking scenery, world-class Les Furber design, and exceptional service. Bighorn Meadows Resort is located on the ninth fairway of this course.

Championship layout that has been wowing golfers since 2004. Natural lay-of-the-land route with numerous classic elements, such as roughly hewn bunkers and excellent use of existing hills and ravines.

Par 62 Masters course; can often be played in just 3 hours. Full length par 3 & 4 holes maintain a perfect blend of playability and challenge, appealing to every level of golfer.

Championship course amid the rugged, unspoiled splendour of BC’s Columbia Valley. A golf experience that goes above and beyond.

Shorter than average in length, but not short on character or beauty. An enjoyable golf experience for the whole family.

Creekside Golf Course — Fairmont Hot Springs

Par 3 course featuring ponds, cascading creeks, and sand bunkers. Perfect for families or seasoned golfers who need a little practice around the green.

Mountainside Golf Course — Fairmont Hot Springs

Championship golf course, combining wonderful views, beautiful conditioning, and a riveting collection of golf holes.

Riverside Golf Resort — Fairmont Hot Springs

”A river runs through it” is the dominant theme of this championship course.

Greywolf Golf Course — Panorama

Award winning golf course located at Panorama Mountain Village. 18 holes, including “Cliffhanger, Greywolf’s signature hole, which has secured a place among the best golf holes in the world.

18 hole Championship course and 9 hole Recreational course. The signature hole is a 193 yard par-three 12th, which requires a tee shot usually affected by wind to a well protected, large undulated green 50 feet below.

Kimberley Golf Club — Kimberley

One of the most scenic and challenging golf courses in the BC Rocky Mountains. Undulating greens, huge ponderosa pines. There are a variety of birdie opportunities in the opening holes.

Designed by renowned architect Les Furber, this course was recently awarded a bronze medal by readers of SCORE Golf Magazine for being one of the top resort courses in all of Canada and is also one of the only Canadian courses to be rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest.

Golden Golf Club — Golden

An appealing combination of beautifully maintained fairways and untouched wilderness.