Thursday, September 20, 2007
The Okanagan Valley in Canada?s British Columbia is packed with spectacular golf and extraordinary wine.
Aptly named The Harvest Golf club, the course for day four is truly unique. Built literally in the middle of gorgeous apple orchards, the harvest is an 18-hole Graham Cooke design that sprinkles through groves of nine different types of apples that you can literally pick for a refreshing burst of energy during your round. The course, which appears deceptively easier than the others due to the vast acreage of rolling fairway and grassy areas, is actually a tricky test of golf. You have to have a knack for chipping and putting to score well here, but even if you don’t, the wide fairways make it easier to get by if your ballstriking isn’t at it’s best. Once the round is over, don’t plan on going far to find some great wine for dinner. Explore the Harvest’s own collection of award-winning wines, and partake in a delightful dinner at the Harvest Dining Room.
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