Shuswap National golf course has a unique design brings you a bit of the British Isles, offering more than 7000 yards of open fields, grass-faced bunkers, very playable greens and striking water features. This new addition to the region’s wide spectrum of golf facilities is Dave Barr’s first signature course.
Shuswap National golf course offers a new look and a very rewarding golf experience. The course features creeks, waterfalls, fountains and natural marshes, with fescue defining many of the fairways. This is a traditional look with a modern approach. The unique layout allows you to hit the driver off the tee in some situations, while a more conservative club selection is required in others. Pot bunkers are scattered strategically throughout the golf course and simply avoiding them is a good option. Shuswap National golf course is well known for its immaculate greens. They are open, accessible and very receptive to approach shots; subtle undulations add to the challenge of negotiating these spectacular greens.
Hole number three at Shuswap National golf course is considered it's signature hole. An absolutely amazing par 3 hole elevated to a very wide but narrow green. Undulations are abundant, as is the water feature trickling down into the pond below. You can easily be distracted when you are the deck. If you are nervous about the water, take an extra club, keep your head down, and swing through and easy!
Visitors will enjoy the hospitality of the fully licensed patios and indoor seating areas as well as the convenience of the expanded and easily accessible practice areas. Golfers who discovered the course in 2008 will find that the new facilities now provide comfort and service in keeping with the course itself. Those visiting for the first time will find that Shuswap National golf course exceeds all expectations. Nothing else plays like this!