Breathtaking Views Amidst Lush Greenery

The Falls Golf Club

Only 50 Minutes From Downtown Vancouver

The Falls Golf Club in Chilliwack is only 50 minutes from Downtown Vancouver. The Golf course was carved from the foothills of Mount Cheam, providing the course with a dramatic landscape that is ideal for a challenging round. The views from the golf course span across the scenic Fraser Valley. The challenge and scenery of the Falls has earned it a reputation amongst locals as one of BC’s best-kept secrets. The rolling terrain is accented with natural rock outcroppings and tall cedars, which both come into play throughout the golf course.

The changes in elevation total over 750 feet, ranging from subtle to dramatic. There are many formidable holes but they each have an average of five sets of tees so that players of all abilities can play to their skill level. The Falls Golf Club’s memorable fourth hole even has nine different tees as well as a 100-foot drop to the green.

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Hole 1

Take note of which tier of the green the pin is placed and play your shot accordingly. This undulating green makes chipping very difficult.

Hole 2

Hit your tee shot down the left side. ideally you will have 100 yards left to a green that breaks towards the valley.

Hole 3

Aim just left of the 200 yard marker as your target off the tee. Remember hit more club going up hill to the green.

Hole 4

Pay close attention to where the pin is. For most people the safe shot is to the back of the green. When going down hill use less club.

Hole 5

Both your drive and approach shot are best played favouring the left side.

Hole 6

The conservative approach is to lay up to the 100 yard marker and proceed from there. For the big hitter, you might want to have a go at this green. Either way favour the left side.

Hole 7

This is a lengthly Par 5. The premium is more on accuracy than distance. The player should favour the right side of the fairway.

Hole 8

The key to this hole is just hitting the fairway; this should leave you a short iron to the green.

Hole 9

This is a driving hole. You must favour the right side to set off s good second shot to this up hill green.

Hole 10

This is a beautiful hole. Don’t be fooled. Make sure you take enough club.

Hole 11

For most players this is a three shot Par 5. Tee shot laid up just behind the fairway trap. Second shot to 100 yard marker. Third shot keep your ball under the hole.

Hole 12

This is a short Par 3. Most shots hit into the green will funnel toward the valley.

Hole 13

Hit tee shot down right side of the fairway. This will set up a down hill second shot.

Hole 14

This is a short and tricky Par 3. Club selection is difficult due to the amount of down hill elevation change. Club down.

Hole 15

The tee shot should be hit down the left side of the fairway. This will give a flat second to the green.

Hole 16

This is a long Par 5. Player should use the right center of the fairway. This is a true three shot Par 5.

Hole 17

The 17th hole is a reachable Par 5 but most golfers should play it as a three shot Par5.

Hole 18

This hole requires a tee shot in the fairway. Your second shot is uphill and will need you to hit more club that normal.