Langley Golf Club
Langley Golf Centre is a par-3 course that is both a place for beginners to practice their swing and for more advanced golfers to one their short game skills. It is a great option for groups of varying skill levels. The course has a central location in the Lower Mainland, providing convenient access for golfers from Vancouver to Abbotsford. The layout features holes ranging from 105 to 202 yards with water hazards and sand traps coming into play. The golf course boasts interesting greens, including a tricky double-tiered green on the 16th hole. Langley is a family-owned and operated facility that is known as much for its friendly atmosphere and affordability as it is for its enjoyable round. There is also a large two-story driving range with heated stalls available for year-round practice.
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A decent challenge for your iron game
This is our third round at LGC - all visits have been on "Hot Deals" through GolfNow so for that it's a great deal. I don't think I would play this course at their regular rates. We played it today in Winter conditions - surprisingly only one temp green with all the tee boxes open though it was hard to put your tee in the frozen ground. The greens were frozen and riddles with ball marks which cannot be fixed. Note that the yardages are from the posted signs +/- 2 yards. The holes range from about 100 yards to 205 yards from the blue tees. If you play during the winter, it's safer to land the ball before the green as if you land on, it'll bounce unpredictably. A good place to practice iron play for a decent price.
Forget about putting on these greens!
Course is a nice walk, like a walk through a park. Easy to play, but the greens are way too slow and very bumpy and inconsistent. Good luck making putts on these greens that are longer than most PGA fairways.
Great course for beginners
Langley Golf Center is the easiest golf course I've ever played. There are very few hazards, and the course is very flat.
The biggest problem with this course is the soft and slow greens. Even in the middle of the summer, the golf ball still plugs in the soft, squishy greens. It is difficult to make a putt on these greens because they do not roll true at all.
While the price is relatively low, you don't exactly get a lot of value for your money. However, I would definitely recommend this course for beginners.