Talking Rock Golf Course

Talking Rock Golf courseTalking Rock Golf Course
Opened in 2007, Talking Rock golf course has become the pride of the Little Shuswap Indian Band. Sitting on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake, this unique golf experience measures from 5437 to 7129 yards.

Celebrated Canadian golf course architects, Graham Cooke and Wayne Carlton have designed an adventerous course which meanders through mature sandy forests and along the shore line of Little Shuswap Lake. As little overall ateration of the surrounding reserve lands were required, the course retains a natural and rugged character. The 4 sets of tee boxes allows players of all skill levels and abilities to enjoy its natural beauty. It is by no means a push over as every player will have to use strategy and thought as they play.
The course offers a fully stocked Pro shop ideally located beside the main lobby in the Quaaout Lodge. They stock the latest in men’s, ladies and children’s golf attire and Taylor Made/Adidas equipment, ensuring you your look your best while out and about.

There are plenty of well know brands like Greg Norman, Antigua, Puma and Sun Ice, some with the Talking Rock insignia, just so you remember your round and stay at the Quaaout Lodge.
If you are looking to sharpen your game, the Talking Rock Academy of Golf features a variety of programs from one to five days of instruction. Instruction is provided both at the state of the art practice facilities as well as on the course.

Course ratings and scorecard;

Black 74.5/128
Gold 72/126
White 69.6/121 75.6/131
Red 66.2/116 71.4/123

Talking Rock golf course map

Talking Rock Golf course

Talking Rock golf course scorecard

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