Kamloops Golf & Country Club

The Kamloops Golf & Country Club (KGCC), a par 72 Championship course, was redesigned in 2009 to include the installation of new bent grass greens and fairways. In maintaining the undulating fairways framed with mature trees, the course is characterized by its easy walking, park-like setting. Also included in the new design, fairway bunkers and water hazards were positioned in just the right spots to potentially catch wayward drives. The course still retains its friendly feeling and easy-to-walk reputation, but the contoured greens make putting a little more challenging. Incorporated into the design is a practice area which includes three large putting greens, practice sand trap, and a driving range with a number of target greens for golfers to hone their skills. On site is an expansive clubhouse catering to golfers and groups wishing to host their event at the Club. Golfers aren’t generally surprised to see an abundance of birds such as bald eagles, ducks, and Red-winged Blackbirds, along with the occasional sightings of bear and deer. Play Kamloops’ oldest, but newest, golf course and see why golfers call the KGCC “The Friendly Club.”

Tee Yards Rating Slope
Black 6724 71.6 124
Gold 6425 70.2 122
White 6184 68.6 118
White (L) 6484 75.2 128
Burgundy 5471 71.3 120