Three courses to discover

All located within the City of Kimberley, and only a short drive from one another, each of these three unique 18-hole golf courses are well established, award-winning golf destinations. Offering inspiring, scenic views of mountain peaks, river valleys and forested hillsides, the Golf Kimberley courses are sure to impress.

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Seven Signature Holes Contest - Play the Signature Holes for a chance to WIN!

Golf among the mountains in Kimberley and Cranbrook. With seven courses only 24 minutes apart, the opportunities for amazing golf in the region are nearly limitless. Each course is marvelous in its own right, with 18 holes of fantastic golf to be played. But all seven courses have one hole that is particularly memorable. Each signature hole offers a unique challenge to players featuring bold collections of bunkers, strategically placed water features, and dramatic elevation changes with forested pines and thick foliage lining the fairways. Take in breathtaking views while you set up your drive from the tee and pick your line wisely on fast-paced greens.


Golfing in Kimberley

Bootleg Gap Golf

18 Hole Championship, 9 Hole Recreational

Plunging into the tranquil St. Mary River Valley, the many isolated and tree lined holes at Bootleg Gap speak volumes of the areas wild and rugged appeal. Feel you are not ready for the Championship course yet? Bootleg Gap has an additional recreational nine-hole course that is very popular with residents and visitors alike

Purcell Golf

18 Hole Championship

Since 1924, Purcell Golf has been a prominent name in golf in the Rockies. The course winds through towering Ponderosa Pine high above the St. Mary River and presents a variety of birdie opportunities in the opening holes. Mountain ranges continually come into view creating magnificent backdrops.

Trickle Creek Golf Course

18 Hole Championship

One of only a few Canadian courses to be rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, Trickle Creek is an unforgettable round of golf. Carefully carved out of the forest on the slopes of North Star Mountain, the course crosses creeks, ravines, and natural ponds while showcasing unforgettable views of the Rocky Mountain trench.