The Kaslo Golf Club has a beautiful 9-hole golf course, a clubhouse complete with restaurant, and equipment and golf carts for rent to the general public. One of the province´s oldest golf courses, it retains much of the basic charm of simpler times.
At the Kaslo Golf Club you will be impressed with the views along each of the nine holes. The entire #1 fairway has a panoramic lake view while the fourth green looks out on breathtaking glaciers. The fifth fairway is lined with hundred year old apple trees whose fruit you are welcome to enjoy in season.
The timber framed club house, built in 2007, features a fully licensed restaurant, a diverse and reasonable menu, and daily specials. All food dishes served are made from scratch, and always fresh. You can dine inside or on the wrap-around covered patio while enjoying stunning views of the lake and the adjacent green. You´ll want to bring your camera.
The Kaslo Golf Club dates back to 1923, when locals invested and donated their efforts to create a four hole course. This makes it one of the oldest in British Columbia. Over the ensuing years the clubhouse was added (and added to!) and the course expanded to its present nine hole layout. The Club is now operated as a Not-for-Profit Society, and run by a volunteer board.
In 2006 the society members decided to build a new Clubhouse. With substantial community support a beautiful timber frame structure was built, raising the club to a new level. At this time, the clubhouse was moved to a more convenient location, and the parking lot was expanded and paved.
Throughout its history Kaslo´s golf course has benefited from tremendous volunteer effort and a spirit of community. It is a testament to what can be done when people commit to work together, and this is our hallmark.