The Radium Course formerly the Resort Course – about 30 minutes north of Fairmont. Take highway 93 north and the Radium Course is just before you reach the town of Radium, on the right-hand side of the highway.
The course has been transformed into a par 72 beauty measuring up to 6,269 yards. Each hole now has four sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all skill levels. The forward tees play 5,389 yards and allow those who appreciated the shorter mountain course to continue to play from a similar length with an improved golf experience.
Other changes include a new green being completed on the 1st hole, the reintroduction of the spectacular elevated tees on the 2nd, resurfacing of tee boxes on the 12th hole, re-contouring and expansion of the 13th fairway and the reconditioning of bunkers throughout the course. In addition, the front nine of the course has been rerouted to provide golfers with signature views of the area and enhanced playability.
Dining at the Radium Course: Enjoy any meal of the day at the Radium Course! Choose from indoor seating or enjoy the patio that overlooks the 9th green and the lush forests that surround the course.
The Springs Course – approx. 30 mins. drive from Fairmont. Take highway 93 into the town of Radium, as the speed limit drops to 60km/hr watch for the first left hand turn and follow this road to the entrance of the course.
The Springs is set high along the banks of the mighty Columbia River. The wide open spaces of the Columbia Valley, the snow-capped Purcell Mountains to the west and the imposing Rockies to the east create a stunning backdrop for this meticulously maintained par 72 course. Add in relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere, attentive service and one of the best practice facilities in Canada and The Springs is a Canadian classic you’ll remember. Consistently rated as one of BC’s top courses and recently noted in SCOREGolf’s list of top 59 public courses in Canada, The Springs offers exceptional golf in a spectacular setting.
Dining at the Springs: A view like none other! Arguably the best patio in the Valley, with a view to the south of the Columbia River and wetlands area and to the west of the Purcell mountain range. Featuring a redesigned menu with selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner – the Springs restaurant is also a great spot for a drink or snack with friends.