Vancouver Golf Course Review

We seem to be playing a lot of golf lately. In any event our most recent round was out at Langara Golf Course. We started the day with a full breakfast in the cafeteria style restaurant, which helped us fuel up for the game.

Jeff’s Opinion: We knew going in that Langara was a shorter course and had heard about their tricky greens, both of which turned out to be true. It is short, but that allowed a lot of scoring clubs to be used. However the undulating and tricky greens help to protect the course, making putting a challenge. The golf course was in excellent condition in all areas, but the highlight for me was having a fun foursome round of golf, on a full golf course, while walking and carrying our clubs that was played in 4:10 with a late morning tee time. That of course meant we still had time to do other things in the day. My largest complaint about golf lately has been how long a day it is and Langara exceeded our expectations in that regard. I would play Langara again!

Tara’s Opinion: I also enjoyed the course because of the length and the walk-ability. After golfing four times in the last two weeks I chose to take it easy and play the red tees at 4648 yards which made for a fun day for me with chances at par. Too bad that I can’t putt. I would blame the difficult greens but if the last three rounds are any indication it was my putting stroke and not the greens that were at fault. We finished the day with a jug of draft and an order of nachos on the patio with our group. I still do prefer a full service restaurant after a round of golf but after we placed our order our food was brought to our table by a friendly staff member. The nachos were hot and the beer cold which is the most important.

For a full rate green fee of $50.00 Monday to Thursday or $53.00 on Fridays and Weekends it well worth a visit.