Whether you’re a seasoned pro or heading out to the greens for the very first time, we’ve got you covered. From the most carpet-like lawns to stunning views, we’ve taken the liberty of finding out what Langley’s best golf courses have to offer. The answer is lots. Our research has offered up breakfasts that doctors might disapprove of (but stomachs will thank you for), impressively stocked bars, rolling greens, impressive views, plenty of nature and a smattering of friendly golf nerds. So, whip out your best polo shirt, and pack up those clubs, it’s time to use those hips and perfect that swing.
Pack all your clubs because a challenging course awaits at Poppy Estate. Arrive as early as eight am and tuck into a home cooked plate of pancakes or a good old feed of bacon and eggs. Once you’ve had your fill, head out to the gently sloping greens. Mount Baker provides a stunning backdrop as you putt away to your heart’s content, navigating three lakes and a number of tricky sand traps. Make a day of it with golfing buddies, or organize a tournament, whatever you’re planning, the folk at Poppy Estate are a friendly bunch who will be more than happy to help.
Top 5 things Poppy Estate Golf Course has to offer:
- Par 63/66, 18 hole course
- A challenging course
- Delicious home cooked food
- Panoramic views
- Private lessons
Situated on the outskirts of Langley, overlooking the Fraser River, this is a well-maintained course, that challenges golfers without being too tricky. Pagoda Ridge is often referred to as an “ideal championship golf course”. This may be the perfect home for the golf tournament you’re plotting. Boasting worthy views, and carpet-like lawns, this is a suitable spot for business or pleasure. Whether you’re teeing up with clients or kicking back with a couple of friends, these greens are sure to satisfy that golfing itch. The staff are second to none and will be sure to make you feel at home, providing all the food and equipment needed to take full advantage of the day.
Top 5 things Pagoda Ridge Course has to offer:
- Par 72, 18 hole course
- Challenging but not too tricky
- Asian influenced architecture
- Inspiring views of Fraser Valley
- A hearty menu
Greens don’t come much prettier than the one at Belmont. This full championship golf course is home to some impressive views. A popular spot with local golfers, the best time to visit is during the week as it can get a little crowded at the weekends. Not that we’re complaining! People are flocking here for a reason, and if you don’t mind sharing the course and meeting new people, it’s a great spot for a sociable round of golf. There’s one biggish hill to contend with, so make sure to grab a shuttle cart to the top. After you’ve finished your game, reward yourself at the bae with a well-deserved beer or some chicken wings.
Top 5 things Belmont Golf Course has to offer:
- 18 holes on 120 acres of land
- Tournament packages
- Golf enthusiasts aplenty
- Lots of mini lakes
- Pub grub
Located in northwest Langley, Redwoods Golf Course is only a 30-minute drive from Vancouver, making it popular with city folk looking to wind-down on the weekends. This course has 18 holes that will test your skills without being too frustrating, and everything is perfectly maintained.
It’s one of the finest greens in the area, and among the friendliest too. Dogs are allowed on the patio, and it’s not uncommon to see locals basking with a beer as a happy looking pup rests by their heels.
Top 5 things the Redwoods Golf Course has to offer:
- 18 holes with beautiful views
- An immaculate fairway
- Four for three green fees (yes, please!)
- Simple pub food and IPA beers
- Golf lessons
Newlands is situated in the heart of Langley, on 48th Avenue between 208th and 210th street. A popular destination for business trips, it’s home to not one, but two golf courses. Golfers can spend the day navigating the 18 hole championship greens or head over to the 11 hole executive course for a shorter game. Decently priced, you can easily get a power cart without breaking the bank, although we prefer to stretch our legs. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, the restaurant is known for having a delicious prime rib on offer. It’s also a popular spot for weddings and even hosting.
Top 5 things the Newlands Golf Course has to offer:
- 18 hole and 11 hole courses
- Reasonable prices
- Casual dining
- Views of the Golden Ear Mountains
- Saturday night entertainment
Fort Langley Golf
A walkable 18 hole course, it has a little something for every level of golfer. It gently progresses to the two most challenging holes at the end, so rookies won’t get too frustrated and seasoned pros will enjoy the build up. We’re big fans of the scenery, and this well-maintained course is dotted with lovely trees and flowers. It can be quite busy at the weekends as it’s conveniently located. After a round of golf, retire to McKinnon’s Bar & Grill for a craft beer and some fish and chips.
Top 5 things the Fort Langley Golf Course has to offer:
- 18 holes
- Easy to walk the course
- Great rates
- Craft beers
- A course that suits all levels
This 3 par 18 hole course is the perfect spot to practice your swing. Home to an impressive two storey driving range and heated stalls, so you can practice your form even in the winter months. There are plenty of water and sand hazards to keep the seasoned golfers busy. Beautiful gardens and large banquet rooms make this a pretty spot for weddings and conference events. Not that we’re interested in anything except getting out our clubs, enjoying a challenging round of gold and then settling down for the evening with some pub grub at the Par Buster Bistro.
Top 5 things the Langley Golf & Banquet Centre has to offer:
- 18 holes
- A driving range
- Fully-stocked pro shop
- Beautiful surroundings
- Night golf