Tsawwassen Springs Golf
Active living is the name of the game at Tsawwassen Springs. The development’s main attraction is, of course, the new golf course, featuring 18 holes with a natural twist.
Course designer Ted Locke was brought on board to design a whole new layout while still incorporating elements of the old course, including Gordy’s Bridge. He also kept more than 30 trees, moving them from the southern part of the old course to the north.
Tsawwassen Springs Golf Course is a Par 70 and has a big course feel without the long walks. The course features a distinctive serpentine channel that twists and turns through eight new holes on the north end with 10 significant ponds throughout. While providing a challenge for golfers, the channel and ponds are also part of the development’s commitment to creating habitat for local waterfowl, like the Great Blue Heron. More habitat was created than lost with the project.
The year-round course also features a short game practice green, a putting green and a covered driving range with 11 heated stalls.