Napa North

The Okanagan Valley in Canada?s British Columbia is packed with spectacular golf and extraordinary wine.

Day 3:

Time to tee it up again. This time, the course is Gallagher’s Canyon, where unlike the previous courses that held a hospitable resort feel, Gallagher’s Canyon will have you feeling like a country club member, even if it’s just for the day. The course, designed by Bill Robinson, resembles a true mountain course with loads of elevation changes and topographical variety. Not exceptionally long, measuring only 6,802 yards from the tips, Gallagher’s Canyon makes up for it with a series of uphill-downhill approach shots, requiring precise club selections. The par-3s might sting if you aren’t paying attention, but the par-5s are a hoot. If that’s sounds like too much of a challenge, consider the mid-length 9-hole Pinnacle course. It’s a lot easier. After golf, rinse down some fabulous food in the clubhouse and play Gallagher’s Canyon again!


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