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Mountainside Golf Course

Swing for the Mountains

The full spectrum golf experience

With Rocky Mountain and Columbia Lake views, this course has been awing golfers for over 50 years and continues to entice new and experienced players to its magnificent vistas. With three sets of tees per hole, Mountainside Course caters to a variety of skill levels, offering an even playing field for the whole family. 

In 2012 the course received significant upgrades. From its historical roots and design, golf course architect Doug Carrick took the already esteemed course to an even higher level of excellence.

Book your tee time and experience first-hand the sound of whistling fairway winds through the tall stands of spruce and fir trees and the undeniable serenity of golfing along the Columbia River and its abundant wildlife.

Green Fees

Daytime Rates Types
Mountainside Weekday
Mountainside Weekend
Open – April 29
Regular
$80
$90
Summer – Apr 30 – Oct 3
Regular
$65
$75
Oct 3 – Close
Regular
$60
$70

Price includes golf cart

All rates are subject to change during high season (June 26 to August 30) and on long weekends

Tees
Blue
White
Red
White (L)
Red (L)
Yards
6552
6212
5189
6212
5189
Rating
71.7
69.9
64.8
75.0
69.0
Slope
123
122
114
131
119

Mountainside Golf Tour

Mountainside Golf Course Hole 1

Mountainside Hole 1

The opening teeshot rewards a ball that ends up on the right side of the fairway. Long hitters have a chance to reach the green in 2 shots, but all players should be wise with club selection to this larger two-tiered green.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
5
11
5
495
485
445
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 2

Mountainside Hole 2

Demanding hole requires accuracy and distance to ensure best access to the green from the right side of the fairway. The approach shot needs to avoid the large front right bunker to land on this lengthy two-tiered green.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
7
11
412
385
320
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 3

Mountainside Hole 3

Short but deceiving par 3 requires a forced carry over the pond in front. Make sure to take enough club, especially if the prevailing south wind is blowing, as you do not want to come up short to this left to right sloping green.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
3
17
15
160
143
109
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 4

Mountainside Hole 4

The affectionately dubbed “FairMonster” is the longest and likely the hardest hole on the golf course. The key is to aim down the left side on each shot as the fairway slopes significantly from left to right. As you approach the green, be aware of the pin location on another two-tiered green to get the best result.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
5
1
1
600
550
460
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 5

Mountainside Hole 5

One of the best views on the course, you can view Columbia Lake to the south. Concentrate on the shot at hand though as it requires a teeshot that is aimed slightly right of the pin to account for the severely sloped putting green. With no sand in sight you may think this will be easy but the real challenge on this hole is putting.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
3
13
13
190
180
132
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 6

Mountainside Hole 6

Two accurately placed shots are important on this long par 4. Off the tee your shot should favor the right side as everything slopes to the left. On the approach shot, be careful not to over club as shots that come up short will often bounce onto the green from right to left. Note the location of the group in front as you may not be able to see them on the green from the fairway.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
5
3
425
416
354
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 7

Mountainside Hole 7

The shortest par 4 on the course requires a lay-up teeshot to the centre of the fairway near the 100 yard marker. The short approach in from there is relatively easy as long as you avoid the big front right bunker.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
15
17
278
265
225
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 8

Mountainside Hole 8

Once again the sloping fairway will kick the ball from right to left on this slight dogleg right. The approach is the most challenging part as the elevated green is one of the smallest on the course and makes for difficult putting.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
9
7
393
363
328
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 9

Mountainside Hole 9

A fun teeshot that directs you back towards the clubhouse features the prevalent right to left slope. The wide green makes for a number of interesting pin placements especially with bunkers behind and on both sides.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
3
9
425
413
300
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 10

Mountainside Hole 10

A short par 5 that rewards accuracy off the tee, the first hole on the back 9 can be easy if you can keep it out of the trees. The approach to the elevated green is a challenge especially if you miss the green.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
5
6
4
460
432
391
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 11

Mountainside Hole 11

One of the toughest holes on the course requires an accurate and long teeshot favouring the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds to the right. You can actually see Columbia Lake from the middle of this fairway as you hit your downhill approach to this long green.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
2
6
440
425
346
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 12

Mountainside Hole 12

The signature hole, this serene par 3 has a gorgeous crystal clear pond and a fairly large easy green. The toughest part of this hole is making sure you maintain your focus in the beautiful surroundings and carry the water and the sand trap on the left.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
3
18
18
139
129
110
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 13

Mountainside Hole 13

Another short par 5 gives you an opportunity to swing hard for the longest drive of the day as you aim for the downhill fairway. The farther you hit the less trouble your ball can find, but be wary of the wide sloping green as putting is difficult on this hole. Note the location of the group in front as you may not be able to see them from the teebox.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
5
10
16
480
465
375
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 14

Mountainside Hole 14

This steep uphill fairway plays longer than it looks. A tee shot aimed down the right centre of the fairway will help you avoid the fairway bunkers on the left. Take at least one more club on your approach to this elevated green.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
4
2
400
362
280
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 15

Mountainside Hole 15

A short but challenging hole featuring a very narrow fairway and a hidden green. The elevated tee shot should be aimed at the right side of the fairway, as errant shots to the right will frequently bounce down the steep right slope. The left slope is not as forgiving and the approach to the green from the left is very difficult. The challenge doesn’t end once on the green, as it can be tricky to read the break just right. Be sure the group in front has cleared the green before your approach.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
12
12
323
310
250
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 16

Mountainside Hole 16

This fun par 3 that features the infamous Fairmont Creek, has seen a few changes since the mudslide of 2012. The now rock-lined creek makes for a beautiful view but be sure to take enough club on this short hole. If you are going to miss, best to hit it a little right as the slope will kick the ball onto the green.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
3
16
14
151
144
138
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 17

Mountainside Hole 17

This medium length dogleg right par 4 features yet another sloping fairway that requires a tee shot down the right side of the fairway. The approach to the green is difficult to judge when you are hitting off a side hill lie. Just make sure you have enough club because coming up short makes for a very challenging chip.
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
14
8
386
370
316
Mountainside Golf Course - Hole 18

Mountainside Hole 18

The most elevated tee shot on the course has a beautiful view back to the clubhouse. Choose your club wisely as the ponds to the left are very much in play for the longer hitters. Aim for the middle of the slightly elevated green on your approach for best results. We hope your round at Mountainside has been both enjoyable and memorable!
Par
Men’s HCDP
Ladie’s HCDP
Blue
White
Red
4
8
10
395
375
310

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