A golf course that is steeped in Scottish heritage and recrafted by one of Canada’s best architects.

Our storied history reminds us of where we’ve come from, while our unwritten pages tell us where we are going. Honouring the past and engaging with the present is how we plan for our future.

National recognition.

SCOREGolf places Point Grey in the Top 100 in Canada—and for good reason. Walking the club’s fairways with friends is always an unforgettable experience. Whether playing alongside the churning waters of the Fraser River, or teeing off near the clubhouse, you’ll find Point Grey’s timeless qualities lure you in, time and again.

A home to history.

Point Grey’s golf course has been at the heart of Canada’s golf history for a century. It’s where Pat Fletcher won the 1954 Canadian Open, and in more recent years, PGA Tour standout Joel Dahmen recorded one of his early wins here.

A legendary vision, reimagined.

In recent years, Point Grey has witnessed a renaissance through the creative vision of golf designer Riley Johns. Johns rebuilt the practice area for Point Grey, but also completely recreated three new holes that showcase his ingenuity and artistry. The three are standouts on the course, and will capture your imagination while demanding you test your game against them. As Johns says, “The holes will reveal their mysteries over time.”