Day 1 - Arrival
Vancouver - Whistler
After arriving on Vancouver International Airport, pick up your
rental car at the Hertz desk.
The Grandville Island Hotel
Day 2: Vancouver- Golf Westwood
In the afternoon you will tee off at
Westwood Plateau, one of Vancouver's most attractive golf courses. The golf
course is found high above Coquitlam (just outside Vancouver), nestled into the
side of Eagle Mountain. This amazing location allows Westwood Plateau to offer
great golf in a spectacular mountain setting. Course designer Michael Hurdzan
has incorporated large Douglas Firs, massive granite rock faces, and rugged
ravines into this par 72, 6,770 yard course.
Accomodation: The Grandville
Day 3: Vancouver - Whistler
After leaving Vancouver you will drive North
on the 'Sea to Sky Highway' to Whistler, the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
This highway, a spectacular drive, is following the scenic shoreline of Howe
Sound. After about 95 minutes you will arrive in the mountain village of
Whistler, always active and outdoors oriented. Very nice restaurants, bars and
shops will make your stay a pleasant one. The unique accommodation is close to
the center in a quiet neighbourhood.
Unterkunft: Whistler Pinnacle Hotel
Day 4: Whistler- Golf Nicklaus
Explore all Whistler has to offer
and play Nicklaus North Golf Course, just minutes from cobblestone walkways and
street side cafes of the resort. This par 71, 18-hole course winds along a
gentle valley floor offering a spectacular setting. Nicklaus North stands out as
one of the great courses in North America. It's no wonder this is only one of a
few rare golf courses in the world bearing Jack Nicklaus' name. Golf Digest has
rated Whistler as one of the "Top 20 Greatest Golf Destinations in the World".
After this exciting game you might want to relax in one of the spas or have a
massage in the privacy of your own room.
Unterkunft: Whistler Pinnacle
Day 5 - Whistler- Golf at Chateau Whistler Golf
A beautiful day to
explore all the beauty Whistler and it surroundings have to offer. But first you
get the chance to play the Chateau Whistler Golf Club. Designed by Robert Trent
Jones Jr. and opened in 1993, the par 72, 18-hole course offers a golf
opportunity unmatched in the region. The course traverses creeks, ponds, stands
of ancient Douglas Firs and granite rock faces, which testify to the fact that
this magnificent course follows closely the natural state of the rugged
Accomodation: Whistler Pinnacle Hotel
Day 6: Victoria
After a lovely breakfast it is time to hit the road. You
will leave the Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains behind you and the beautiful Sea
to Sky Highway will take you to Horseshoe Bay where you will take the ferry to
Nanaimo. Enjoy the scenery during this hour and a half crossing to Vancouver
Island. On the way to Victoria you will pass a number of interesting places to
visit. Check the “Secret Tips” in our travel documentation. Victoria, also
called the city of sea and gardens, has a mild climate, which makes it possible
to play year-round golf . The Inner Harbor of Victoria is a meeting place for
musicians, artists and entrepreneurs of all kinds. There is never a dull moment
and it is a pleasure to sit down and have a look at the ships and floating
planes and watch performers on the street. The city offers a variety of shops,
museums and theatres. After checking in at the accommodation, only a few minutes
walk from downtown in a quiet neighbourhood.
Accomodation: The Inn at Laurel
Day 7 - Victoria - Golf at Westin Bear Mountain
This morning you will drive to the Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort. This
par 72-18 holes Championship golf course offers the grandeur of different views
and the layout is a challenge by itself. After the game it is time to explore
Victoria. Enjoy the relaxed lifestyle, nice coffee shops and visit some very
interesting sites. The 'Secret Tips' in the documentation will give you some
Accomodation: The Inn at Laurel Point
Day 8 - Victoria - Golf at Olympic
A 20-minute drive west is the
Olympic View Golf Course with a magnificent view on the Olympic Mountains on the
other side of Puget Sound in Washington State, named by sea captain John Maeres
in 1788. This is a beautiful and challenging course. Do not get distracted by
the sound of the two waterfalls located at the golf course. There will be a good
chance you will pair up with a couple of deer and if you hit the ball too high a
bald eagle might swing by to drop it in the hole.
After the game you might
want to visit the picturesque little town of Sooke.
Accomodation: The Inn at
Day 9: Depature
Ferry from Swarz Bay to
Tsawassen, a nice drive takes you back to Vancouver International Airport where
you return your rental car and say goodbye.