Check out this awesome video on Whistler Resort. Whatever your season Whistler has it all.
Archive for March, 2010
Olympic bronze medalist, Whistler local and Crazy Canuck Steve Podborski guides you through an overview of Whistler Resort and the Whistler Golf Club
Golf, Mountain Bike and ski in the same day in Whistler. Don’t believe me! Check out the video below.
P.S. Its light until 9:45pm in June!!
The golf courses in Whistler are now closed for the 2010 season but get ready for 2011 by watching Score Golf Television’s show on golf in Whistler.
Click here to view Score Golf Televisions travel show on Golf in Whistler.
Join us for our very popular Nike Junior Golf Schools here in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Our schools offer four days of great on and off course instruction from our C.P.G.A. Teaching Professional. For more details on our schools visit www.whistlergolf.com and check out our video below.
NEW FOR 2010!
A brand new Practice Facility is currently being constructed at the Whistler Golf Club. The facility will feature a range with visual target greens, a practcie green, short game area and practice bunker.
PRACTICE FOR FREE AND SAVE THE HST!
Whistler Golf Club 2010 Seasons Passes go on sale March 29th. Purchase before May 1st and save the 7% HST increase.
PRACTICE FACILTY BONUS
Purchase your Season’s Pass before May 1st and receive a free Practice Facility Seasons Pass upon opening of our new facility on July 15th!!
GOLF SHOP NOW OPEN
Come checkout the latest from Nike, Adidas, Lole, Quiksilver and more
What’s better than a Perfect 10? A Perfect 12!
Purchase any Perfect 10 Pass by May 1st and receive two free rounds and save the 7% HST increase.! To purchase your Perfect 10 Pass call 604-932-3280.
All Perfect 10 Passes include cart and can be booked 7 days in advance. Rounds can be played any day of the week.
Perfect 10- Single $795
Perfect 10- Couple transferable $895
Perfect 10- Fully Transferable $995
Like to play a lot of golf? Click here for more information on our Season Pass Programs including our FREE RANGE PASS OFFER.
Well now what do we do! I don’t think anyone can possibly describe the last three weeks unless you lived through it. Our town of Whistler was a star. Guests from around the world commented on what a great place this is. The pedestrian village was packed nightly and the atmosphere was incredible. The much debated Medals Plaza was also as star. Guest flocked there nightly to see the medals being presented and to listen to some of their favorite bands. Hilights for me in no particular order:
- “the blue coats” The volunteers were unbelievable. The represented all Canadians , well, like Canadians! Friendly, courteous and upbeat.
- the Athletes Village. It was an honour to be the Co- Mayor of the Village. The Village itself in the words of the athletes was “the best ever” at a winter Olympics.
- Whistler Village. Designed to be a pedestrian village people hit the streets on foot and the town flourished. The live sites were incredible and guests were free to walk the streets showing their colours and boy did they ever.
- The weather- tough start- what a finish.
- The venues. Finished early, looked amazing and were sold out.
- Jon Montgomery. It doesn’t get more Canadian than an golf medal winner walking through a packed village square chugging beer from a pitcher with a police escort!
- Sliding events. Tragedy on day one followed by the most exciting venue and races of the games where 4 heat race results were measured in the one hundredths of a second.
- Kids. What an education for the children of Whistler. They embraced it all.
- The Torch Relay. The single greatest event in Canada ever? It was an honour to carry it.
- The results. Record breaking medal count. Way to go Canada.
- “Sidney Crosby, the Golden Goal!” To be there for that was unbelievable.
- Ashley McIvor. “Dad do you know Ashley McIvor went to our school?”- that sums it all up right there.
- Jasey Jay Anderson- The gold he deserved
- The Womens Downhill. Not for the faint of heart- what a race.
- The RCMP. Polite, welcoming and friendly. They did us proud.
Way to go Canada. Everyone. We showed the world who we are.