Appledale, British Columbia Golf Courses

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There is 1 golf course in Appledale, British Columbia and 0 are municipal courses. There are also another 5 golf courses within 20 miles of Appledale, including 4 public, 0 municipal and 1 private courses. The oldest course in the Appledale area is the Elson Golf & Country Club Ltd opened in 1920. Little Bear Golf Course is rated the best course near Appledale.

9 holes (Public)
6937 Highway 6
Appledale, BC V0G 2J0
(250) 226-7241
0 miles from the center of Appledale. Write a Review Check Tee Times
18 holes (Semi-Private)
1123 W Richards
Nelson, BC V1L 5P7
(250) 352-5913
16 miles from the center of Appledale. Write a Review Check Tee Times
18 holes (Public)
1123 Richards Street West
Nelson, BC V1L 5P7
(250) 352-5913
16 miles from the center of Appledale. Write a Review Check Tee Times
9 holes (Public)
872 Waterloo Rd
Castlegar, BC V1N 4K8
(250) 365-2353
22 miles from the center of Appledale. Write a Review Check Tee Times
9 holes (Public)
101 Golf Course Rd
New Denver, BC V0G 1S1
(250) 358-2408
27 miles from the center of Appledale. Write a Review Check Tee Times
18 holes (Public)
1602 Aaron Road
Castlegar, BC V1N 4L6
(250) 365-5006
28 miles from the center of Appledale. Write a Review Check Tee Times

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