Olympic View Golf Club, is a beautiful Par 72, 18 hole championship golf course located just 20 minutes from downtown Victoria on the southern tip of some great Vancouver Island golf trip options. Victoria, BC's capital city is home to Canada's mildest winters, allowing visitors and locals alike to enjoy golf year round BC golf trips.
Olympic View Golf Club boasts a variety of golf holes that compliment individual masterpieces. Nestled deep inside a pristine forest, natural beauty is punctuated by two waterfalls, twelve lakes, roaming deer, soaring eagles, and the beautiful snow peaked Olympic Mountains in the horizon. If some of the golf shots on this target venue quicken your pulse, the tranquility of our setting should help to calm and center you. The 17th hole encompasses enough natural beauty for an entire course. From the tee, aim toward a breathtaking 40 foot waterfall that frames the green 455 yards away.
This signature hole plays through a steep, narrow valley past a huge rock column and an elegant Japanese garden. It's no wonder Olympic View golf was the first golf course in British Columbia that Tiger Woods played, as an amateur in 1994.
Olympic View golf also hosts the award winning GBC Golf Academy. The GBC Golf Academy at Olympic View was voted the #1 Practice Facility in BC by Pacific Golf Magazine – Readers Choice Awards 2005. The state-of-the-art facility features expansive grass tee decks, five target greens and three comprehensive short game areas. Covering over 14 acres and stretching to 330 yards, the facility offers everything to simulate real golf situations and better your entire game.
- "Employee of the Year Award" (winner Ken Langdon, nominee Jeff Palmer) 2012, WestShore Chamber of Commerce
- "Top 10 Best Public Golf Facility in British Columbia," Score Golf Magazine 2011
- 4 star rating for "Best Places to Play",Golf Digest 2008
- "Business of the Year" 2006 & "Best Service Professional" 2005, Westshore Chamber of Commerce
- "#20 Best Golf Experience in Canada and USA West", Fairways and Greens Magazine 2006
- "Teacher of the Year", BC PGA 2002 & 2006