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North Course

This par 72 is the longer one of the two courses and most popular with regulars. Narrow fairways lined with leafy maple trees more than make up for forgiving green sites. Water is in play on all 18 holes, rewarding accuracy over distance.


Course Layout

Challenging hazards and a naturally engaging landscape make the North Course a perfect place to spend a day golfing.

Hole 1

This hole provides a spectacular view to start your round. Tee shots to the right side of the fairway take the left side water out of play. Favouring the right side of the green on your approach will help to avoid trouble front left of the green.

Hole 2

This sharp dog-leg left par 5 requires accuracy and strategy from the tee. The longest of hitters can be rewarded with a perfect right to left tee-shot. This hole provides a great opportunity to score.

Hole 3

The 3rd may be the toughest hole at Golden Eagle. Water left and right makes accuracy off the tee important. Favour the back portion of the green to take the front right bunker out of play.

Hole 4

This is arguably the most beautiful tee-shot on the golf course! Placement to the center right side of the fairway will open up the green for your approach shot. Beware of the front left bunker guarding the green.

Hole 5

The winds off the Natural Wetlands make club selection crucial. Favour the right side of the green to eliminate a chance of short siding yourself in the left greenside bunker.

Hole 6

This straight ahead par 4 is more challenging than it appears. Stay clear of the environmentally sensitive hazards along the left side. Beware of the false front and undulating green on your approach.

Hole 7

A left-center tee shot is ideal on this hole to avoid the water on the right. This narrow green has considerable left to right slope, emphasizing accuracy on your shot to the green.

Hole 8
This par 3 has a large green that is made challenging by sand traps bordering the green. A water hazard awaits errant shots to the left. Play to middle of the green and head for the next hole.

Hole 9

Mounds down the right side can aide drives back to the fairway. A premium is put on accuracy while laying-up with trouble abundant. Those attempting this green in 2 shots will have to be aware of the pond and bunkers that guard the right-hand side.

Hole 10
A long, accurate tee shot is required on this difficult par 4. A creek runs the entire length of the hole along the right-hand side. Play your approach to the left side of the green, staying clear of the front right hazard.

Hole 11

On this dog-leg left, the twin bunkers act as a target line from the tee box. This will leave you with a straightforward shot to a receptive green.

Hole 12

Encompassed by trouble, precision is key when hitting your tee shot to this extremely difficult landing area. Your next shot is a wide open layup, which will leave you with an approach to a narrow green.

Hole 13

The yardage on this par 3 can be deceiving. An extra club may be required to avoid the front grass bunker. Short left shots will run back towards the large pond. An undulated green awaits you.

Hole 14
Favouring the left side of the fairway opens up the ideal approach shot. Be cautious when carrying the front bunker when hitting your approach shot as the back and right side of the green run away.

Hole 15

This par 3 is the signature hole of the North Course. The intimidating, steel-faced bunker poses a true test to golfers of all ability. A shot to the mid-back portion of the green is recommended.

Hole 16
Sixteen gives you an excellent opportunity to be aggressive. This hole features water running down the right-hand side into a creek that runs across the fairway. A large pond guards wayward approaches to the left hand side.

Hole 17

Beware of this sharp dog-leg left. A straight tee shot towards the bunker is perfect, leaving you an open approach to the green that is well bunkered. On occasion this green has been reached by the longest of hitters.

Hole 18
This finishing hole on the North Course dictates a left to right tee shot. Trouble lines the fairway tee to green. Your club selection is imperative when hitting your approach to this vast adjoining green.

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Golden Eagle Golf Club
21770 Ladner Road
Pitt Meadows, BC

V3Y 1Z1


Golf Course Open
Dawn to dusk, 7 days a week

Club House Phone
8:30am to 4:00pm

Patio 37

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Tuesday to Friday 10am – Dark weather permitting
Saturday and Sunday 9am to Dark weather permitting


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