Brandon Tucker of golfchannel.com and worldgolf.com is a great fan of the Canadian Rockies. Check out his post on his favorite holes in Alberta.
With the PGA Tour RBC Canadian Open upon us, all eyes shift to the north as we uncover some of the region’s best golf holes. If there was ever a golf vacation destination rife with signature holes, it’s Alberta’s Canadian Rockies.
Canadian golf architect Stanley Thompson, who built the region’s first two internationally acclaimed golf courses, built some epic holes through two of Canada’s finest national parks, Banff Springs and Jasper Park.
And the small collection of golf courses that has come along in the modern era have followed suit with their own dramatic holes that are sure to stick around in your brain for awhile.
The best holes of Alberta’s Canadian Rockies can be intimidating, but exhilarating to boot, bringing their mountain backdrops to life. Here’s a sample of some of the best at each of the six golf clubs, as well as a worthy runner-up.
Click here for the entire story and Brandon’s favorite holes to play.