Right from the first tee, we here at Guys On Golf had a good feeling about Pagoda Ridge. By the time we finished 18, we were already planning our next round and getting another crack at it…which is a good problem for a new golf course to have. It is a fun, yet challenging PGA style course with wide fairways and bent grass greens and opened in August of 2012.
It is located just off the 264th street exit on the #1 Highway in Langley. Click here for directions
“Pagoda Ridge is a true players course with thoughtful greens and distinct vision, crafted by the passion of one family’s dream” explains Matthew Orr of Guys On Golf.
When they say come “Golf the Wall” they really mean it with this one of a kind brick replica of the Great Wall of China on the 14th hole that you actually drive over, adding to your already memorable experience.
Some impressive numbers for their first Summer, including selling more than 20,000 rounds – the family run course was thrilled with their start.
“We really love the feedback we’ve gotten from everyone and we can’t wait to open up for our first full season on February 15th” said General Manager, Larry Brown.
Larry, along with brothers Lenny, Lloyd and sister Tammy Stamnes helped put this family dream in motion after their father Lyall had the vision and the land for such a unique Asian inspired theme.
With a new Pro Shop and BBQ area under construction, they are ready to host a number of tournaments and events in 2013, including the Vancouver Golf Tour at the end of September.
Pagoda Ridge opens for the season on February 15th, but you can already start to book your tee times here
(All scores are ranked from 1 to 5 “beers”)
(Great new greens with true roll and the right mix of trees and trimmed rough)
Value for cost:
(Unlike other courses that gouge you with green fees, they charge $45 during the week & $55 on weekends)
Beer Rules/Cart Staff:
(We grabbed beers at the turn and only saw the cart girl once on the 15th)
Drinking Water on Course:
(No safe drinking water on the course. Bring your own bottle or pick up some at the clubhouse before)
Pace of Play:
(Pace of play was perfect and the course is well spaced out)
(A challenging mix of holes and a few doglegs. Lots of tees to choose from depending on how hard you want to make it)
Staff and Service:
(Great people with great attitudes and huge love for all golfers)