Golf Course Spotlight: Kelowna Springs Golf Club

Posted by Justin Havre on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 at 11:32am.

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For those who love the game of golf, Kelowna Springs Golf Club is a great place to check out. This Canadian designed course was designed by Les Furber and has seen visitors of all skill levels from beginners to the more experienced.

This course opened up in 1990 and has become a well-known course for golfers everywhere. If you’re looking to de-stress from a hard day or a way to enjoy the weekends, consider taking a day to brush up on your game at a pristine course.

This 18-hole course offers the Legends Classic Grill as well as other banquet facilities that offers a décor paying homage to some of the biggest legends in the game. This is appreciated by those who truly follow and love the game. This course is also part of the Golf Kelowna program which consists of 5 courses for one low price.

If you are looking to spend a day here there are several specials that are offered to give you the most for your time. If you want to only play 9 holes, you can take advantage of The Back 9 special which is available on most days and for $30 you can play the back 9 holes and includes a hot breakfast as well.

You can also choose to play 9 holes and enjoy dinner as well in the late afternoon for about $33. This too is also available on most days. On Mondays and Tuesdays you can play 9 holes or all 18 holes and experience great food and drink special.

Men’s Night consists of playing 9 holes for $39 or all 18 holes for $51 from noon in weekly leagues with flights. Take advantage of prizes and specials present at Legends.

If you have little ones who enjoy golfing for fun, Fri-Sun allows families to play at lower rates. You can play later in the day up to 9 holes for $10 for children and adults can play for $15.

This golf course offers memberships as well depending on what you’re looking for and offers fun for the whole family. If you have family and friends in from out of town you can take them for a nice afternoon game and catch up in a casual and fun atmosphere.

Justin Havre

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