Greywolf Golf Course
Greywolf is a dramatic risk-reward course that was designed by award-winning golf architect Doug Carrick. The 6th hole, which lures golfers across a canyon to a clifftop green, illustrates why Greywolf has received raves for exciting play. So unique is the "Cliffhanger", Greywolf was actually designed around it. With water on 14 holes and panoramic viewpoints everywhere, Carrick says, "There are 18 signature holes at this course."
|Blue (W)||72||6190 yards||73.9||140|
|White (W)||72||5365 yards||69.6||122|
|White I (W)||72||5365 yards||69.5||120|
|Grey M: 73.6/140||406||389||513||490||570||200||418||446||181||3613||580||339||181||441||527||176||390||446||447||3527||7140|
|Black M: 71.4/138||383||372||490||462||545||175||382||419||153||3381||557||327||158||416||509||159||369||418||401||3314||6695|
|Blue M: 69.3/134 W: 75.5/145||361||345||428||427||524||155||354||395||130||3119||535||318||131||376||494||129||349||377||372||3081||6200|
|Gold M: 66.5/124 W: 71.7/136||277||345||391||394||474||155||354||345||130||2865||480||308||131||331||429||129||325||303||327||2763||5628|
|White M: 65.3/118 W: 70.2/131||277||284||391||360||434||142||323||240||105||2556||388||308||102||310||350||129||325||303||327||2542||5098|
|Green M: 62.2/110 W: 66.0/122||260||225||391||360||434||77||272||240||94||2353||388||235||102||250||350||88||250||303||266||2232||4585|
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A VISUAL TREAT!!!
If you are looking to play a visually stunning golf course, this is the place! Take your cell phone along for pics, videos of this course. Set at the base of a ski slope, on many holes, you can see you ball in flight against the slope of the mountain. This is so neat! Many good challenging holes! The restaurant, bar is nice overlooking the course as well. Every time we visit the Kootenay Rockies we schedule this course!
Simply amazing course in the Rocky Mountains
From tee off to the final putt, GreyWolf never disappointed. Panoramic views and the freshest of air really created an unbelievable golf experience. Manicured to the highest level and very challenging. The wild life we saw on many holes added to the splendor.
Well worth the short drive to play. We stayed right across the street in one of the many rentals properties which made it so easy to golf 3 rounds in 3 days.
Best course in the valley!
We played this course for the first time 5 years ago on our annual golf trip and have not missed it since. There are so many potential signature holes it’s hard to pick a favourite. Excellent condition from the first day throughout the season. Layout, value and service level are all top notch. The Rocky Mountain views are unmatched. A must play if you are anywhere in the region.
Amazing every time
I’ve played it four times and it’s gets better every time! The only course that rivals it in the area is Banff Spings, but for half the price how can you go wrong. Play it!
Worth a trip when in BC
Some of the most spectacular golf scenery one can find in the Canadian Rockies. The 6th hole defies description (or gravity!), Reminds me of a classic Bud Chapman "fantasy golf hole " poster.
Course condition is immaculate, and greens are second to none. I noticed that they weren't very receptive to approach shots because several shots left little or no pitch marks and carried 10-20 yards farther than I had anticipated. Experience playing this course many times probably helps with proper club selection.
Holes all seem unique and have at least one or two salient features. Elevation changes on a few holes must be seen to be believed.
Even though this is a resort-style course with luxury housing developments along several holes, it still is primarily a ski resort and most holes are undeveloped w/r/t houses since they either adjoin the ski slopes or butt up against terrain that is too steep/rugged on which to build or ski.
A bucket list course that I've been fortunate to play twice now.
Awesome! Awesome! Awesome!
You must play this course at least once in your life!
Nice Resort Course
Very nice course but there were a few holes I found a little silly. They had a crossover so the front nine was a great pace and then we spent 3 hours on the back which left a sour taste in my mouth