Snowcapped peaks. A brilliant emerald-coloured lake. Majestic fir trees. Fresh, invigorating mountain air. This is the setting that inspired the great Jack Nicklaus to create a course as unique as himself.
"The idea was to build a course that people could enjoy." Nicklaus says.
From the first hole on, it's clear that's an understatement. The conditioning at Nicklaus North reflects the standards set by Jack Nicklaus himself, so much so that he gave the course his name. Having been voted Best New Canadian Course of 1996 by Golf Digest magazine, and host of two major televised events, the 1997 Canadian Skins Game and the 1998 Shell's Wonderful World of Golf, gives Nicklaus North a unique signature of quality.
This par 71, 18-hole course winds along a gentle valley floor offering you a spectacular setting as your golfing skills are tested to the fullest. Just minutes from cobblestone walkways and street side cafes of the resort town of Whistler, Nicklaus North stands out as one of the great courses in North America. It's no wonder this is only one of a few rare golf courses in the world bearing Jack Nicklaus' name.