Gulf Island Golf Courses

Gabriola Golf Course & Country Club, Gabriola Island, British Columbia

Rolling greens and coastal vistas, golfing in the Gulf Islands offers a beautiful setting with their challenging golf courses.

Nestled among the majestic mountains and the serene waters of the Strait of Georgia, there are several options for golfing in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia. Enjoy a golfing experience like no other with golf courses that offer coastal vistas and lush, rolling greens set among verdant West Coast evergreen rainforests.

With so many excellent golf courses to choose from, bring your clubs with you to enjoy these local Gulf Island golf courses.

Bowen Island Golf Club

Opened in 2004, this is a 9-hole public golf course offers exceptional views of Howe Sound and is 3,003 yards with 2 par 5s, 4 par 4s, and 3 par 3s.

See Bowen Island Golf Club’s Website for more details

Gabriola Golf & Country Club

Opened in 1981, this nine-hole gulf island golf course has two sets of tees for the option of eighteen-hole play, for a total of 9,705 and 71 par course. The course is picturesquely located around Hoggan Lake on Gabriola Island, around 2.6KM from the ferry.

See Gabriola Island Golf Club’s Website for more details

Galiano Golf Course & Country Club

The Galiano Island Golf Course opened in 1958, it offers an 18-hole course, using separate tees for the back nine.

See Galiano Island Golf Club’s Website for more details

Pender Island Golf Course & Country Club

First opened in 1945, the Pender Island golf course is located 2KM from the ferry terminal near Otter Bay. This beautiful, rolling 9-hole course is open to the public 7 days a week, year round (weather permitting).

See Pender Island Golf Club’s Website for more details

Salt Spring Island Golf & Country Club

A gorgeous golf course set in old growth forest, and not far from Salt Spring Island’s Ganges. Established in 1928, this challenging public course is a 9-hole, Par 36 course. They also offer other recreational facilities such as a tennis and squash court.

See Salt Spring Island Golf Club’s Website for more details

Local Gulf Islands Golf Courses that are now closed:

Blackburn Meadows Golf Course – Salt Spring Island
This was a public, 9 hole golf course but it is now closed.

Wardle Golf Course on Hornby Island

This was a part-time course which is open 2 days per week – Tuesday and Fridays from 1-5 offering a 6-hole par 3 course, with clubs and balls available, but it appears to be closed now.