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Gallagher's Canyon Golf and Country Club

Step up to Gallagher’s Canyon, an elevated golf experience.
Designed by the talented architectural team of Bill Robinson and Les Furber, The Canyon Course offers 6,802 yards that play past cheering throngs of Ponderosa pines and route in and around a steep canyon. The ninth tee presents one of the best views of the day: of a stream winding through the canyon bottom way below. And you may need some luck, as three par fives cluster around the turn between holes nine and twelve. From the back tees they all stretch to more than 500 yards. Gallagher’s closing holes present vertical poplar and pine tree hazards to challenge the route to the final greens. Liquid rewards await on the clubhouse deck.

George Orwell might have loved our 9-hole Pinnacle Course, a par 32 design that stretches to 1,984 yards. Built to the same exacting standards as its “big brother,” the clever Pinnacle layout should prove more welcoming to less experienced players. It also constitutes an ideal practice course and provides the perfect venue for settling matches not decided on the Canyon Course.


Local Rules, Canyon Course (Golf Canada Rules govern all play)
  • Out-of-Bounds - defined by all property boundary fences surrounding the course; white stakes on holes #2 through #11; the road on #18.
  • #4 - a ball rolling down the paved access road may be replaced within one club length of the initial point of entry.
  • Red Stakes - mark lateral hazards, including ponds on #9, #16 and #17, and area behind #11 green.
  • Yellow Stakes - mark hazards - #3.
  • Paths (man-made) - free drop, stance and one club length no closer to hole.
  • Ball Drop Area - located on #3 and #11.
Etiquette
To keep golf at Gallagher's Canyon a pleasurable experience for all we ask you to please follow these rules:

  • Please replace divots, repair ball marks on greens and rake sand traps.
  • Pull carts and power carts are not permitted on tees or beyond lines marked in front of greens. All traffic in and around greens should follow cart paths or other designated routes.
  • Proper golf attire should be worn at all times.
  • Please try to keep up to the group ahead of you. Slower players must allow faster players to play through.