Deep in the Canadian Rockies Trench in Kimberley, British Columbia, Canada, Bootleg Gap Golf Course offers golfers 27 scenic golf holes in the form of the Championship 18 and Recreation 9. Designed in 2002 by Les Furber, Bootleg Gap features wide fairways, pristine greens, manicured bunkers, natural rock outcroppings and picturesque mountain views that will make golfers almost forget they’re on a course at all. With four tee box options, Bootleg Gap promises to accommodate a wide variety of golfer skill sets on both courses.
Course Details: Bootleg Gap Golf Course - Recreation 9
Course Architect: Les FurberYear Opened: 1925
Number of Holes: 9 Holes