Storey Creek Golf Club
|Tyee (W)||72||6696 yards||79.9||143|
|Chinook (W)||72||6249 yards||77.2||135|
|Coho (W)||72||5881 yards||74.9||131|
|Sockeye (W)||72||5411 yards||72.2||128|
|Tyee M: 72.7/133 W: 79.9/143||421||405||211||542||188||533||162||518||388||3368||378||276||568||193||365||423||411||186||528||3328||6696|
|Chinook M: 70.5/132 W: 77.2/135||393||385||191||517||169||500||146||491||353||3145||351||258||543||155||348||396||384||166||503||3104||6249|
|Coho M: 69.0/125 W: 74.9/131||369||356||173||495||155||472||129||470||334||2953||336||241||503||142||321||383||367||145||490||2928||5881|
|Sockeye M: 66.7/118 W: 72.2/128||333||331||159||481||132||446||116||447||279||2724||317||202||488||111||285||357||349||124||45||2278||5002|
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A day with friends
It was a beautiful day. Cool in the morning with a slight frost delay. The course was in amazing shape and it was a great day with friends
The course was in good condition for the end of August. Well watered, but the greens were fast. Well watered, green and smooth, but are top dressed with sand/top dressing mix making for taping and not putting or stroking the golf ball. Greens need some rolling resistance, otherwise all you are doing to trying to stay close to the hole and not going for the never up nerve in stoke.
El Mejor :The Best
From 1st Class welcome by Stephen and staff in Pro shop to 18 greatly crafted holes,this is my personal favourite course on Vancouver Island!
The modest but ample restaraunt has terrific food and great beverages to further enhance an always feel good round.
Beautiful course in beautiful condition but a bit slow
My favorite course on the island. In great shape right now, and I am always pleased to play here. It has however been slow twice in a row now. Well over 4 hours. They need a Marshall I think.
Great Day on the Links
Beautiful setting in the natural surrounding environment. Lots of wildlife and nature to view while enjoying a relaxing round of golf. Course was in excellent condition and very challenging. An awesome experience all around
A beautifully maintained course with lightning like and tricky greens. Traditional heavily treed course with lots of bunkers and plenty of water. Excellent hitting surfaces and a great selection of tees. Just a bit pricey for me to play very often.
unfortunately played behind a tournament. very slow, but was the only negative. overall was a very enjoyable day.
Storey Creek creates an almost-perfect golf experience!. The course is set in a forest of mature cedars and firs, with each hole totally separate from all others, Great course in excellent condition at a reasonable price! Today’s weather was sunny and mild, with just a hint of a breeze. Could not have had a nicer day, unless a few more putts had dropped..
Favorite course on the island
Great layout where you hardly see other golfers. Course is in excellent condition. Staff very friendly and helpful. Nice practice areas to warm up. We’ll be back soon.
Close to Perfect
I have played Storey several times previously. It iThis fabulous course pretty much always makes for a wonderful day of golf. Pro Shop staff is professional; the course layout is interesting; condition is good for April; Golf Now rate makes for good value; the weather was decent; and I played with 2 nice guys. Played poorly but still enjoyed myself immensely. Can’t beat it!
Great course but ...
Great course BUT I arrived an hour early, checked in at pro shop, and went to range to warm up ...went back to pro shop 10 minutes before tee time and learned that they had sent th rest of my GolfNow group off early - leaving me to play alone ... certainly could (should) have been handled better.
COURSE IN GREAT SHAPE
Wonderful day of golf. Although they had a lift clean and place rule in effect, it was not really needed as the course was dry and in great playing condition. It's reputation as one of the best on Vancouver Island is well deserved.
The best on Vancouver Island?
From a sheer enjoyment point of view, Storey Creek probably wins the "best course on Vancouver Island" award. It's more playable than Bear Mountain's original course and more natural than Crown Isle. It's what every golf course should strive to be - fun, interesting, beautiful, walkable, memorable and capable of delivering a round that feels like it should cost more.
Part of that is its routing - five par 5s, five par 3s - that shuns too many long, arduous par 4s. The 11th hole is one of the most unique short par 4s I've ever played - you hit a 160- to 175-yard shot off the tee - but I loved it. There's a tree in the middle of the fairway that causes trouble to any wedge shot to the tiny green tucked behind a pond. It's an awkward dogleg left, but it works.
Now I understand why members were lining up during the 8 a.m. frost delay to play on a brisk October morning. No matter how chilly, they had to get their fix in before winter comes.
This is my favourite course on Vancouver Island. Great design; good condition for time of year; professional staff; reasonable price. We played lift /clean / place due to yesterday’s rain. No negative comments.