Squamish Valley is built at sea level, on flood plain rock bed along the bends of the Mamquam River. The course plays through classic parkland with five lakes, nature trees and massive stumps from the original first growth timber incorporated into the design.
The walkable 6467-yard, par 72 course -opened in 1967. The five sets of tees on the fun-to-play course call for accurate shot-making, but one can always hope for the saving grace of a legendary “Squamish Valley Bounce”.
The Club renovated Green #11 in 2007 and reconstructed the entire corner of #15 and #16 in 2009 with a carry over water to a new green on #16. In 2011 an original log cabin snack shack was built. 2012 featured an upgraded irrigation system and the pond on #13 reshaped offering a new look from the tee box. The courtyard/patio off the Clubhouse was renovated in 2013. Trees were removed at the corner of 11 & 12, with new tee boxes along with a patio by the Snack Cabin in 2014.
With the longest season in Sea to Sky Country with incredible drainage it’s often a mainland golfer’s best bet after heavy rainfalls. Squamish Valley uses non-potable water on its course to conserve the drinking water in Squamish.
- Canadian Open Qualifier in 2015
- BC “AAA ” High School in 2014
- BCGA Senior Men’s in 2011
- CN Women’s Tour in 2011
- BC “AA” High School in2010
- BCGA Men’s Amateur Qualifier in 2008
- National Women’s Amateur in 2005
- BCPGA Seniors in 2004
- BC Senior Ladies in 2002
- BCPGA Pro Juniors in 2000
- BC Juniors in 1979