Two Great Golf Courses
Pemberton is known for its golf courses, offering two spectacular 18-hole courses at the base of Mount Currie. Set in the valley beside the Green River & Lillooet River with mountain vistas in every direction, Pemberton has two 18-hole, designer golf courses lying side by side – Big Sky Golf and The Meadows at Pemberton.
Great Weather, Available Tee Times
Located within a 25-minute drive of Whistler’s golfing options, crowds are minimal, tee-off times can be easier to secure and, invariably, the weather is warmer.
Big Sky Golf Club
Just 25 minutes north of Whistler at the base of magnificent 8,000 foot Mount Currie in Pemberton BC lies Big Sky Golf Club. Rated 4 ½ stars by Golf Digest and rated the Best Public/Resort Course in BC, Big Sky is truly a can’t-miss in the Sea to Sky corridor for golfers of any ability.
With its bent grass fairways, tees and greens, Big Sky is without a doubt the best-manicured course in BC. After the round, join us on our award-winning misted patio for some amazing food prepared by our own Red Seal chef.
A day at Big Sky is truly an unforgettable event and definitely worth the drive. Big Sky is one of the only golf courses in BC that has full bentgrass fairways, tees, and greens.
Par 72, 7,001 yards from the Black Tees. We do not punch our course until the end of the season which means you get tournament standard golf conditions any day you decide to come out.
The Meadows at Pemberton
The Meadows at Pemberton is a unique golf experience amongst British Columbia’s most spectacular golf course settings.
Located at the foot of majestic Mt. Currie, our 18-hole, par 72 golf course offers excellent bent grass greens with distinctly different layouts for both the front and back nine holes.
The front nine – referred to as ‘the meadows’ from which we named the course – is a challenging wide-open game with two par 3s and our signature eighth hole island green.
In contrast, our forested back nine – the birthplace of our rare and legendary black squirrel sightings – is a tighter, more challenging game that has, on most occasions, surprised even the most seasoned golfer.