Chateau Whistler Golf Club an incredible course where unincredible golfers are welcome
Chateau Whistler Golf Club, a Robert Trent Jones II design just a walk away from the charming village of Whistler, offers some of the most incredible mountain views in Canada. Chances are better than 50-50 that you’ll even get to see a few black bears going about their business as you swing away.
But that’s not the most remarkable thing about Chateau Whistler. The most remarkable thing is how they welcome bad golfers, hopeless hackers and dubious duffers.
Led by Director of Golf Rod Cochrane, the staff at Chateau Whistler sets an incredible tone of just having fun for all golfers. This isn’t a pushover course by any means. It’s actually one of the tougher ones in Whistler. But it doesn’t try to be limiting or discourage the high handicapper from daring to swing away on their course.
As regular readers to TravelGolf.com know, I’m a purely putrid golfer going through my first lessons in 10 years and I’ve never felt more at ease than at Chateau Whistler. It’s all about the tone Rod Cochrane sets with his staff.
This is one tough course where the high handicapper is encouraged to go for it and just have a good time. If you stink and your buddy’s a near scratch golfer, play Chateau Whistler. You’ll both have a great time as you get challenged.
For more information on Whistler golf, check out tourismwhistler.com or call 1-866-338-4026.
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