Campbell River Golf and Country Club



Our expert team has spent the last months thoroughly assessing the course and planning for its 2017 revitalization. We have come to the conclusion that in order to offer our valued guests the best possible golf experience, it’s best we refocus our efforts on completing the full course redesign early. As such, we have decided not to open the course for 2017, but rather aim for a grand re-opening in early 2018.


We’re incredibly excited to offer you this new course, designed by Graham Cooke & associates of Northern Golf Design. Our Master Plan not only focuses on course design, but aims to add to the golf experience through an extensive new practice facility and golf house.


Note that our pro shop remains open this summer, with staff available to walk you through the large-scale images of the new Master Plan, and answer any questions you might have. Drop in to share in our excitement, and pick up your new Campbell River G.C.C. gear early. For the most up to date hours of operation of the Pro Shop, please refer to our Facebook page.  


We thank all our loyal golfers for your patience and enthusiasm, and truly hope we will meet your expectations through this exciting new project! See you for a round of golf in 2018, or at the SANDTRAP this summer! 

Meet Kyle Stoudt,   Head Professional

Kyle was born and raised in Campbell River and has been an avid golfer since the age of 5. He completed the Golf Management program at Camosun College and has since worked at the Big Sky Golf Course, The Club at Tower Ranch, Christina Lake Golf Club and the Storey Creek Golf Club. Kyle looks forward to the exciting new adventure that will help promote and continue to grow the game of golf.

Meet Greg Austin, Course Superintendent

Greg comes to us from the BC Interior and calls Kelowna his hometown.  He has a strong sports background and has played hockey since the age of 4 and golf since the age of 8.

Greg graduated from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 1997 and is a BC Red Seal Journeyman Landscape Horticulturist.  He continued his horticulture education at Olds College at Olds, Alberta in 1999 and went on to specialize in Turf Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2004.

Greg has prepared golf courses for the best players in the world, including the 2015 US Open at Chambers Bay and was also invited to join the Agronomy Team at the 2017 PGA Players Championship.  He’s looking forward to building a first-class facility that will provide premium playing conditions for all levels of golf here in Campbell River.