About the Springs Course
With five sets of tees playing between 4,944 and 6,818 yards, this meticulously maintained par 72 course unfolds along the Columbia River and blends seamlessly into the landscape – combining dramatic golf shots with naturally beautiful views.
Add a relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere, attentive service and one of the best practice facilities in Canada, and The Springs is a Canadian classic you’ll remember.
The Springs Pro Shop
The Springs Pro Shop has everything you need for an unforgettable day of golf. You’ll find a full selection of top of the line apparel, along with some of the best equipment on the market.
Whether you’re looking for apparel, equipment, customized club fitting or professional lessons, let our dedicated group of professionals take care of you. Drop in to get your game in order – and to look good doing it.
Springs Hole 1
Favour the right side off the tee. Big hitters can cut the corner on the left. The downhill approach shot requires less club than the yardage calls for.
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Springs Hole 2
Accuracy is the key on this difficult hole with room for error on the right. Play to the 150 marker from the tee. Use an extra club on your approach to avoid the greenside bunkers.
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Springs Hole 3
A long straight tee shot is required on this slight dogleg to the right. Lay up short of the bunkers on your 2nd shot. Often reachable in two for longer hitters.
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Springs Hole 4
First of the Springs’ famous par 3s. Take enough club to avoid the large bunker short of the green. Centre of the green is always a good play.
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Springs Hole 5
A long tee shot down the left centre sets up a mid-iron approach to this slightly elevated green. Be careful of the large waste bunkers on the left.
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Springs Hole 6
Take enough club to avoid the deep bunker guarding the front of the green. Keep the ball short and left of the pin if possible to avoid downhill putts on this difficult two tiered green.
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Springs Hole 7
Accuracy is required to avoid the large waste bunkers flanking both sides of the fairway. Club selection is important to this long three tiered green.
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Springs Hole 8
Ideal tee shot is placed short of the pond leaving 130 yards to this very large green. Play safe here, 4 is always a good score. Be careful with back left pin placements.
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Springs Hole 9
This difficult par 5 requires both length and accuracy. Keep your 2nd shot short and left of the fairway bunkers setting up a mid iron approach to an undulating green.
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Springs Hole 10
Yardage is measured around the pond allowing longer hitters a chance to reach the green in two. If laying up, favour the right hand side with your 2nd shot.
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Springs Hole 11
Accuracy off the tee is important to avoid water on the right. Lay up off the tee with a mid to long iron setting up a short iron approach to a large green.
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Springs Hole 12
A straight tee shot is required to avoid the bunkers right and out of bounds left. Club selection is important on your approach to this very long green.
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Springs Hole 13
Favour the left side all the way up on this tricky Par 5. Don’t be long with your approach, the ball must be kept below the hole on this severely sloped green.
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Springs Hole 14
All carry from the tee on this difficult par 3. Club selection must be precise in attempting to carry the canyon while keeping the ball below the hole on this large, sloping green.
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Springs Hole 15
Longer hitters can cut the corner aiming for the large gap in the trees. Be mindful of players ahead as they may not be visible. Shorter hitters play straight out to the corner.
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Springs Hole 16
Tee shot should be played to the 150 yard marker avoiding the canyon on the left. Tough second shot to a long narrow green. Accuracy is crucial on the approach.
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Springs Hole 17
The last of the Springs’ famous par 3s requires precise distance control to this large but very shallow green. Don’t let the yardage fool you, 3 is a great score.
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Springs Hole 18
Tough finishing hole requires a well placed tee shot just right of the large fairway bunker. Play to the center of the green to avoid the numerous green side bunkers.
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