Surrey’s a golfer’s paradise

For Peninsula golf enthusiasts looking to tee off, there are plenty of options available in White Rock and South Surrey – for both amateur and advanced players alike – and some no more than a tee shot away.

There are plenty of courses for Peninsula golf enthusiasts

For Peninsula golf enthusiasts looking to tee off, there are plenty of options available in White Rock and South Surrey – for both amateur and advanced players alike – and some no more than a tee shot away.

Here are some of the best places on the Semiahmoo Peninsula to hone your game:

Hazelmere Golf Course

18150 8 Ave.

604-538-1818

www.hazelmere.com

Birdies and Buckets Family Golf Centre

5228 King George Hwy.

604-592-9188

www.birdiesandbuckets.ca

Meridian Par 3

1054 168 St.

604-541-1213

Morgan Creek Golf Course

3500 Morgan Creek Way

604-531-4653

www.morgancreekgolf.com

Nico-Wynd Golf Course

3601 Nico Wynd Dr.

604-535-9511

www.nicowynd.bc.ca

Northview Golf Club

6857 168 St.

604-574-0324

www.northviewgolf.com

Peace Arch Golf Centre

765 172 St.

604-541-1214

Peace Portal Golf Club

16900 4 Ave.

604-538-4818

www.peaceportalgolf.com

Peace Portal Par 3

17065 4 Ave.

604-538-1892

Riverside Golf Centre

3590 King George Hwy.

604-531-3555

www.riversidegolf.ca

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