Welcome to Hope Golf Club!

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Surrounded by spectacular mountains, bordered by the mighty Fraser and Coquihalla Rivers, the Hope Golf Club is a rare gem offering a unique golfing experience. Golfers of all skill levels will rise to the challenges presented by the well maintained 9 Greens, 18 Tees layout. Every club in the bag will be used while you enjoy the dynamic landscape which makes Hope a prime golf destination. From the raised Tees to the grand Greens you will be tested by hidden fairway bunkers and protecting bunkers greenside. Prominent water hazards will test your mettle as you decide to "go for it". At the Hope Golf Club every direction you gaze towards offers majestic views while wildlife is abundant.

Find out for yourself what makes the Hope Golf Club one of British Columbia's finest golf destinations.  Online Specials, or find out how you can play unlimited golf as one of our members.  Once you've discovered the natural beauty of one of Canada's premier golf clubs, you won't want to play anywhere else.


How to Haggle at a Dealership

  • Posted on: 30 September 2016
  • By: admin

Many people dislike going to car dealerships and would rather find a car, get financed and leave as soon as possible. However, there are times when spending some time haggling with a dealer can get you a better price. As haggling tactics may work on getting the best price on both new cars and used cars, it is in your best interest to learn how to use this strategy to your advantage.

5 Most Common Injuries Faced in Golf

  • Posted on: 26 April 2016
  • By: admin

Many people assume golf has a low risk for injury as a low-level activity, but golf injuries are surprisingly common. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports that over 114,000 people are treated in emergency rooms and physicians' offices every year for golf-related injuries, and it's believed up to 20% of golfers get hurt every year. Professionals and casual golfers alike can get hurt, but research indicates that recreational golfers usually sustain more harm than professionals. Most golf-related problems are related to overuse and may be treated with physiotherapy.