About the Resort Course
Cut out of an alpine forest, this course features tight, tree-lined fairways, undulating greens and dramatic elevation changes. The Resort Course can be forgiving to the average golfer – just like you would expect from an old friend – but it offers challenges for the low handicapper.
Perched high over the Columbia Valley in the rugged terrain bordering Kootenay National Park, the Purcell and Rocky Mountain ranges frame the course, creating a one-of-a-kind setting. With jaw-dropping vistas and spectacular elevation changes combined with playability, it’s easy to see why the oldest course in the Valley has withstood the test of time.
Join us to experience a 50 year-old golfing tradition.
New Holes Constructed
Former owners of the Resort had cleared many trees in this forested area years ago in the hopes of one day building another golf course. Renowned Golf Course Architect Bill Newis has taken advantage of these cleared areas and carefully planned the new holes to improve on the current popularity of the Resort Course, all the while remaining cognizant of the natural setting.
The Resort Course’s new holes are surrounded by forest and sit at the base the Rocky Mountains. The three new holes were designed by Bill Newis and built north of the existing 12th and 13th holes incorporating them into the back nine.
Radium Resort Pro Shop
Whether you’re just starting out or a veteran of the links, The Resort Pro Shop has what you need to keep your game in shape. You’ll find a full selection of apparel for the entire family, along with equipment to fit anyone’s game. Let our dedicated group of professionals help you with apparel, equipment, customized club fitting or professional lessons. Drop in to add substance and style to your game.
Resort Hole 18
A left to right tee shot is ideal on this par 5, giving big hitters a chance to reach in two. Stay below the hole if you can on this tough multi-tiered green.
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Resort Hole 17
Let the driver fly on this Par 5. Big hitters have a chance to reach in two but be careful, the fairway narrows tightly as you approach this sizeable green.
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Resort Hole 16
Accurate tee shot is required in order to avoid the O.B. right, setting up the approach to this elevated two-tier green. Favour the left side all the way.
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Resort Hole 15
Club selection is key when hitting the downhill tee shot to this large green. Favor the left side and stay away from the bunker short and right of the green.
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Resort Hole 14
A solid tee shot on this scenic downhill par 4 leaves you with a good chance to hit your approach shot onto the green. Take note of where the flag is, the green measures 40 yards from front to back.
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Resort Hole 13
A left to right tee shot is ideal as your ball will kick to the left on this sloping fairway. Take note of the yardage to the target pole to put your tee shot in the optimum position.
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Resort Hole 12
This spectacular Par 3 requires precise distance control from the tee. The 100’ drop from tee to green requires one or two less clubs than usual. Bring your camera!!
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Resort Hole 11
An accurate iron or fairway wood tee shot is recommended in order to avoid the O.B. right and trees left. An excellent birdie opportunity.
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Resort Hole 10
Accuracy is the key all the way up on this short but very intimidating Par 4. An iron or fairway wood tee shot sets up an approach to a very small green.
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Resort Hole 9
This long downhill, dogleg Par 4 requires a right to left tee shot. The approach requires less club than normal. Being long leaves a very difficult chip coming back.
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Resort Hole 8
Don’t let the yardage fool you here. Precise distance control is required to avoid the pond fronting this narrow elevated green. Par is an excellent score.
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Resort Hole 7
Beautiful downhill Par 4. Please be sure the group ahead is out of range before teeing off . Approach over water to this two tiered green requires excellent distance control.
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Resort Hole 6
This tough Par 3 requires an extra club to reach the green. Try to leave your tee shot right of the hole to avoid rolling off this sloping green.
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Resort Hole 5
Short but tricky Par 5 should not be taken lightly as O.B. flanks both sides of the fairway. A drive down the left centre to the corner can set up a chance to reach in 2.
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Resort Hole 4
Favour the left side from the tee on this short Par 4. The open green will allow for an excellent birdie opportunity.
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Resort Hole 3
Favour the left side from the tee in order to open up the green for your 2nd shot. The approach requires good distance control. Par is always a great score.
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Resort Hole 2
The green on this tricky par 3 slopes from back to front with bunkers on either side. A precise tee shot is required. Don’t be long, there is a severe drop off behind the green.
|3||170 yds||158 yds||136 yds||122 yds|
Resort Hole 1
This uphill starting hole requires a tee shot up the centre avoiding the O.B. left. An ideal shot will leave you at the midpoint of the dogleg with a great angle to the green.
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