Greywolf is a spectacular but difficult course. Lots of hills, water and opportunities to lose balls. Certainly worth going.
We played here on August 19th, as avid golfers we had high expectations, having played here 7 years ago we thought we knew what we were in for. To our amazement our expectations were blown out of the water!! This must be one of the best courses in the area. The conditioning was impeccable. The bunkers were pristine, the greens... More
Challenging for beginner and amateurs alike. The scenery was second to none and the course played beautifully. My only disappointment would be the speed of play. Course Marshall was on top of every group regardless. I've played several mountain courses with like difficulty and never had that issue. It was the only thing that made the round frustrating. Otherwise too... More
Anyone that enjoys mountain golf must consider this as a must place if in the Kootenay Mountain Range area of B.C. Golf is just fantastic with many elevated tees and doglegs. Staff were just excellent as they called to inform me of a one hour fog delay. Never experienced a delay phone call before this. The staff were very friendly... More
This is a beautiful setting for a golf course. We saw lots of deer and the views were outstanding! Definitely some unfinished business here I shall return and challenge the course again.
Beautiful setting and challenging golf. Best if I would have played the forward tees. Highly recommended. Helpful and pleasant staff.
Just had a wonderful 18 at Greywolf today. Tee-off at 7:30, finished at 11:00. Course in very good condition. Greens were fast and true. A gentle reminder to sea level folks to drop back a club as we over shot a few greens. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Simply an outstanding golf experience.
This is the finest course with 80 miles of here. Must be played at least once if you are in the area. Located higher up in the mountains above the town of Invermere.
Played Greywolf on Thursday. The scenery is stunning but that was it. Several of the fairways are torn apart and under construction and no mention of this by staff prior to play. The most frustrating part is the course is not very well marked and the greens are roped off at least 100 yards out. You had to drag clubs... More
I recently played Greywolf for the very first time. The course itself was is fantastic condition and i thoroughly enjoyed my round. The setting in the mountains features some of the most spectacular scenery i have ever seen on a golf course and every hole was a different photo opportunity, particularly the 6th! The staff were welcoming and friendly and... More
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