Bear Mountain Golf Course – Victoria, BC, Canada

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Written by Chris Smith posted on Saturday, February 26th, 2011

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By Jacob Bradley
Golf Writer/CanadaGolf.com

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada – Victoria’s Bear Mountain Golf Course is one of the top golf courses to include in golf packages on any golf vacation to British Columbia, Canada. Golf Canada’s West is the official tee time and golf package company for BC. For discount tee times and BC and Canadian Rockies golf packages, call 1.877.323.3633 or click here.

2020 Country Club Way
Victoria, BC
Bear Mountain
Official Tee Time Central/Packages – Golf Canada’s West, 1.877.323.3633.

Directions: 15 minutes from Victoria, heading north on Hwy 1 to Millstream exit. Stay right going towards Highlands sign on left side.

Unveiled in 2003, Bear Mountain is an 18-hole golf course, the first ever to be co-designed by Jack and Steve Nicklaus. Located just 25 minutes from downtown Victoria, Bear Mountain combines the mastery of a Nicklaus course with a series of panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, the Garden City and the mountains. The course is open for public play.

TeesYardageSlopeRating
Golden7212152.075.1
Grizzly6744147.072.9
Black/Men6345133.071.0
Spirit/Men5783129.068.4
Cinnamon/Men5014118.064.8
Black/Ladies6345155.077.5
Spirit/Ladies5783146.074.4
Cinnamon/Ladies5014128.070.9

Golf Canada’s West is the official golf course, tee time and golf packaging company of Vancouver and the Canadian Rockies. Call them at 877-323-3633. For additional information be sure to check out GolfTheRockies.net. For more BC and Alberta vacation and tourism information, please visit Banff National Park.com and Banff Travel.com.

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One response to “Bear Mountain Golf Course – Victoria, BC, Canada”

  1. […] Bear Mountain Golf & Country Club – The Mountain Course Test your drive shot to get the ball over the water in Hole 5, as it’s the natural habitat to a rare frog species. Hole 7 looks harder than it actually is–don’t be fooled by the large sand trap in front of the green, it’s intimidating because you are shooting over a large canyon. Last but not least, every shot on Hole 18 needs to be carefully considered because there are water hazards throughout! […]

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