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Gorgeous South Course Golfing Adventures

This par 70 is great for tournament play as it has five par-3 holes and some shorter holes the big hitters can reach from the tee. Don’t let the yardage fool you though; the greens are trickier than the North Course, and water can also be found on all 18 holes. The South is a true test of risk vs. reward!


Course Layout

With holes ranging from par 3 to par 5, no matter what your level of expertise you are sure to enjoy golfing at Golden Eagle’s South Course.

Hole 1

Start your round with a forgiving driving hole. Be aware of the hazards on the right side and at the back of the green on your approach. The first green is sloped significantly from back to front.

Hole 2
This short par 4 provides an excellent scoring opportunity. Be cautious of the creek down the left-hand side as well as the bunker straightaway. A well-hit ball shaped right to left may end up on the putting surface.

Hole 3

Breathtaking tee-shots await! The third tee deck is elevated 60 feet above the fairway making this a truly spectacular hole. The Thompson Mountains line the left side of this lengthy par 4. Be aware of the grass bunker on the left and the sand trap on your right as you approach this green.

Hole 4
This par 5 dog-leg left opens to a wide fairway and will require a well-placed second shot into a narrow landing area. Your approach shot to the most difficult green at Golden Eagle demands a well-placed shot. Don’t be above the hole.

Hole 5

The first of five par 3s demands a well-struck shot over water. The large green is protected by sand traps on the right and back left.

Hole 6
The ideal tee shot is left to right avoiding the water lining the fairway. This will give you a clear shot to an undulated green.

Hole 7

Be cautious with your initial shot as length off the tee brings hazards into play. Long hitters can reach this green in two, but watch for the creek that runs in front. The green is a 3-tiered back-to-front so attempt to hit the correct level.

Hole 8
Club selection is key as this difficult par 3 plays deceivingly long. Trouble is lurking everywhere around the green.

Hole 9

The prudent play is to lay-up to the base of the creek that crosses the fairway. Long hitters can attempt to hit it over, leaving only a pitch into this massive green.

Hole 10
Opportunity knocks at this risk/reward par 4. The conservative play is down the right side. Aggressive players may choose to take a direct line to the green. Eagle is a possibility but another becomes a reality with wayward tee shots.

Hole 11

The eleventh hole features a shallow but wide green, tiered right to left. Encompassing bunkers present a challenge when hitting your initial shot.

Hole 12
This par 4 may be short in length but miss hit shots could prove costly. A narrow fairway lined with trees and water making an accurate tee-shot a must. Hit your approach to the middle back portion of the green to avoid sand and water hazards.

Hole 13

This hole presents some trouble when teeing off. The fairway runs off towards the pond, down the left side of the fairway, so hit down the right and let the mounds assist the ball back to the middle. The second shot is more inviting as it opens up to a generous green.

Hole 14
This tee-shot is one of the toughest at Golden Eagle. The fairway narrows the longer the shot. A hidden creek and bunker guard the left and a large pond lines the right side. Your approach is to a back-to-front tiered green, making club selection important.

Hole 15

First of back-to-back challenging par 3’s, the left and back side bunkers pose a threat. A short shot with too much spirit may roll back into the pond that protects the front of the green.

Hole 16
This long par 3 can be intimidating and will require a solid tee shot. With little room for error, shots to the left side of the green are a better option to keeping your ball above ground.

Hole 17

To be successful on this scenic par 5, you must avoid the trouble down both sides of the fairway. Your second shot should favour the left center to leave you a short iron to the green. Long ball-hitters may try to carry the water on the right which is guarded by a green side bunker.

Hole 18
A slight dog-leg left to right finishing hole requires course management when teeing off. A shot shaped right is ideal and will keep you in the fairway. For the confident player, take dead aim at the green and swing away. Be cautious of the water on the left and right side of the fairway. Make sure you choose the proper club for this enormous green.

Contact Us

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

Re-opening January 12th
11am – Dark - weather permitting


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