Ah, pitch and putt. Somehow, an even less intense version of golf. The lazy pace and lack of long-term commitment make it perfect for a sunny evening, and bonus: you can even enjoy a refreshment or two while you play.
Whether you’re a pro working on your short game, or a family looking for a cheap way to spend a day together, find what you need with our list of the best pitch and putt courses in Metro Vancouver.
The website promises golf with intermittent giggles, and if that doesn’t make you want to grab your clubs and head on over to the North Shore then we don’t know what will.
Conveniently located in the heart of Ambleside this 18 hole pitch and putt boasts some of the most stunning waterfront views you’ll find on a golf course.
Anyone who has ever swung a club in anger has probably teed off at Stanley Park at some point. After all, this course is an absolute classic where players get to enjoy a game right in the heart of Vancouver’s outdoor gem. Its relative lack of hazards (if you ignore the goose poop) also makes it perfect for beginners.
A par 3 course with holes between 50 and 120 yards, Rupert Park is perfect for golfers looking to fine tune their game.
A favourite with Main Street hipster types, Queen Elizabeth is a fun little course for anyone who lives near downtown. It’s close to some good bars, gets plenty of sun in the evening, and even has a disc-golf course nearby for anyone who gets frustrated with swinging a club. What more could you want?
Perfect for anyone in the Metrotown area, this course is nestled in among the giant evergreens of Burnaby’s beautiful Central Park.
Open year-round (weather permitting) this charming little course in North Burnaby is perfect for everyone from golf enthusiasts to families looking for a fun day out.
Nestled in Hugh Boyd Community Park, this City-owned and operated nine hole course is open until late fall.
Technically this is aa par 3 course rather than a true pitch and putt but this beautiful spot is one that enthusiasts will not want to miss out on. Set on land once occupied by a hazelnut farm, it’s a beautiful course that even has a creek running through it.