Guildford Golf and Country Club
Guildford Golf & Country Club has long been known as one of the finest courses British Columbia has to offer. The golf course is located in Surrey, just across the U.S. border from Washington and less than 40 minutes from Vancouver. The scenic layout has fairways lined with mature trees and the greens are large and undulating. There are also creeks that weave across the golf course and numerous lakes that come into play. The layout has a classic design that still provides a challenge for all skill levels. Golfers are put to the test right away on the first two holes, a par 4 and a par 3 respectively, which require good course management and thoughtful decision making. Guilford's standout hole though, is the signature 16th. This tough par 3 is modeled after the notorious 12th hole at Augusta National, complete with a stone bridge and water hazard that encircles almost the entire green.
|White (W)||72||5795 yards||73.0||122|
|Red (W)||72||5216 yards||71.0||109|
|Black M: 71.1/123||392||188||352||369||476||127||539||410||432||3285||425||465||390||350||462||372||154||174||380||3172||6457|
|Blue M: 69.7/117||375||175||339||357||469||110||515||385||420||3145||398||450||373||328||444||364||137||156||365||3015||6160|
|White M: 67.6/113 W: 73.1/121||357||150||325||342||455||98||490||363||407||2987||369||430||350||312||417||331||105||143||315||2772||5759|
|Red M: 64.7/105 W: 69.8/113||326||107||300||322||430||76||463||319||351||2694||334||401||297||305||411||297||76||112||314||2547||5241|
Food & BeverageBar, Snacks, Grill, Restaurant, Beverage Carts
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Shouldn't Be Open
Visiting Vancouver and area and decided to play. Found this course, we knew they got rained ehich we expect it will be wet on the course. MUD all over the path, paddle of water 90% of the fairway. Shouldn't be open as people playing will not definitely enjoy their time. We did not enjoy and felt wasted our money even though it was cheap but still ... we went for a second round at Morgan Creek which was amazing. No paddle of water.
Making people to play at that condition is unacceptable.