Every year Golf Burnaby reaches out to the community by opening their doors to celebrate the beginning of the golf season! These festivals take place at Burnaby Mountain on April 20 and Riverway on May 4 from 10am-1pm, and include the following activities:
Before we custom fit you for your new golf clubs we ask a few questions to identify you specific characteristics.
- What do you like and dislike about your current equipment?
- What are your current equipment specifications?
- What are your ball flight tendencies?
- What are your needs and preferences from new equipment?
This type of dialogue will help throughout the fitting process to ensure that we meet your expectations every step of the way and get you into a set of clubs that will enhance your golfing experience.
Golf Course Roughs and Trees create positive wildlife habitat.
More than 70 percent of most golf courses are rough and non-play areas including natural grasses, trees and shrubs. Combined with the open areas of fairways and greens, the golf course is an attractive wildlife habitat. An amazing number of species are making golf courses their home and Burnaby is no exception. If you have captured a photo of wildlife on a Burnaby Golf Course and want to share your experience please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your photo.
The game of golf accounts for an estimated $11.3 billion of Canada's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which includes:
- 341,794 jobs;
- $7.6 billion in household income;
- $1.2 billion in property and other indirect taxes; and,
- $1.9 billion in income taxes
Golf in Canada generates an estimated $29.4 billion in total gross production through direct, indirect and induced spending impacts.
~The total direct economic activity (total direct sales) resulting from the Canadian Golf Industry is estimated at $13.6 billion. Of this total, the revenues generated directly by golf courses and their facilities and stand-alone driving ranges ($4.7 billion) rivals the revenues generated by all other participation sports and recreation facilities combined ($4.8 billion) in Canada.
Book afternoon tee times for your group of 8-16 players at Burnaby Mountain Golf Course on Fridays. Build heam morale, create camaraderie, and have fun in the great outdoors while you play 18 holes of golf with a power cart. Then, after your round, enjoy a delicious burger and beverage on the patio!
To book your Afternoon Delight cal 604 297-4493 or email email@example.com
~fee dependent on time of day/number of participants~
The Riverway Golf Course will be aerating it's Greens on Monday, April 1st. The course will be closed until 2:30pm this day. Tee times following aeration will be at a reduced cost.
Patio meeting: Known as the Bucket, Burger & Brew includes golf instruction by our PGA of Canada professionals, golf equipment and golf balls for an instructional learning session on the Driving Range. After your learning session enjoy a burger and beverage on our patio for a special bonding experience with your team!
To book your patio meeting call 604 297-4493 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Par 3 Fun!
A great option for a two hour early afternoon outing. 18 holes of golf in a loverly park setting!
No need to be an experienced golfer to participate at Kensington or Cenrtral Park.
Call 604 297-4493 or email email@example.com to book your corporate pitch & putt event today!!!
Riverway, Burnaby Mountain and Kensington Pitch & Putt are open for play.
The Central Park Pitch and Putt Golf Course is temporarily closed due to snow cover. Driving range hours are currently 7:30am* to 9:00pm (last sale and last call for balls is 8:00pm). *Please note that range opening may be delayed until 10:00am when hand picking is required. Please call Burnaby Mountain 604-280-7355 or Riverway 604-280-4653 for confirmation of daily operational hours. Thank you!
By making the effort to take the basic introduction and instruction out to the schools of Burnaby, our efforts have reached more than 30,000 students. Many of these students may never have been exposed to the game of golf if not for our efforts.