A fun and challenging course for players of all levels, this Robert Trent Jones, Jr. masterpiece opened in 1993 and offers a par 72, 18-hole Audubon-certified course.
Proper golf attire is required at all times. This includes collared shirts, tailored pants or shorts (no cutoffs), and appropriate footwear. Jeans and sweat pants are not acceptable. The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club is proud to be a metal-spike free facility.
With elevation changes of over 400 feet, use of a golf cart is mandatory.
Each cart is equipped with a GPS Satellite system. Cart fee is $30/pp.
Junior golfers play for FREE
Fairmont Guest privileges include our Juniors Golfer Play Free program. Players aged 10-16 years can play free of charge when accompanied by one full paying adult (one adult per junior) after 1:00 PM. Golfers ages 17 - 18 are eligible for a rate of $30 per person plus a $30 cart fee.
Complimentary valet is available at Fairmont Chateau Whistler resort!
Practice & Learning Centre
Fairmont Chateau Whistler Practice & Learning Centre is one of Canada's most scenic practice facilities. This double-ended, 350-yard long facility features:
Short Game Area featuring a 10,000 square foot putting green, practice bunkers, and chipping and pitching areas.
Tees with combination grass and artificial turf teeing areas.
Kiosk building with washrooms and retail area at public end of the facility.
Use of facility is included with all green fees.
The Fairmont Golf Shop located in the Clubhouse features a selection of logo'd attire, TaylorMade golf club and shoe rentals.
Tee time & cancellations
Tee times can be made online, by calling (locally) 604 938 2092, or (toll free) +1 877 938 2092. A cancellation policy of 48-hours prior to day of play applies.
FAIRMONT GOLF EXPERIENCE
Wildlife, scenery and incredible vistas are signature of The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Course.
Carved out of the slopes of the Coast Mountain range in British Columbia, this magnificent Whistler golf course allows nature to dictate the path without constraints of commercial influence. The mountain course traverses creeks, ponds, stands of ancient Douglas fir and granite rock.
Elevation changes of more than 400 feet overall create an impressive golf opportunity and a naturally spectacular BC golf experience.
The design of Chateau Whistler expresses artistic principles. As Robert Trent Jones, Jr. explains, "The principle of harmony in art requires that the foreground and near ground have some shape or form or color which feels harmonious when you walk into the landscape. At the level of golf art, this has to extend beyond the golf course. It's not just the frame; it's everything. At the Chateau Whistler golf course the bunkers and the snowdrifts high in the mountains relate to each other. They're part of the same harmony, although they're miles apart."