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Golf Course near Whistler

Nicklaus North Course

Address: 8080 Nicklaus North Blvd. Whistler, BC V0N 1B8
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This is the setting that inspired the great Jack Nicklaus to create a golf course as unique as himself. This par 71, 18-hole course winds along a gentle valley floor offering you a spectacular setting as your golfing skills are tested to the fullest. Winner of numerous awards since its opening in 1996, Nicklaus North has played host to events such as the Skins Game and the Shell's Wonderful World of Golf, welcoming some of golf's biggest names such as Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, Ernie Els, Greg Norman, Fred Couples, John Daly, Vijay Singh and Stephen Ames to name a few.
Nicklaus North is the only golf course in the world to bear the name of its legendary designer. One look and you'll see why it was this spectacular track to which Mr. Nicklaus decided to attach his moniker.Nicklaus North Golf Course weaves between ancient fir trees and blends seamlessly witd tde incredible natural surroundings. It contains all tde hallmarks of classic Nicklaus design, from tde trademark bunkering to long, challenging par tdrees and is a must-play for any golfer visiting Whistler.

Green Fees

(All fees depend on days, tee times, seasons, and reservations.)

Cart fee  $40CAD
Reservation fee $20USD(per player)

Please make inquiries to Golf Tour USA for more details.

Recommended Hotels Near the Golf Course

Recommended by Golf Tour USA

5 Star Hotels

●Four Seasons Resort Whistler

4 Star Hotels

●Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa
●Fairmont Chateau Whistler

We will arrange hotels according to your requests.

Please direct your inquiries to Golf Tour USA for details.
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