Contact

Pro Shop

Tyler Brouilette

Director of Golf Operations 

Phone: (250) 392-6026

Fax: (250) 392-6050

Email: proshop@williamslakegolf.ca

Course Maintenance

Mark Berg
BCGSA Golf Course Superintendent
Phone: (250) 392-3423
Fax: (250) 392- 6050

Email: super@williamslakegolf.ca

 

Fox’s Den Restaurant

Phone: (250) 398-3399
Fax: (250) 392-6050 

Email: restaurant@williamslakegolf.ca

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Directions

To get directions to the Williams Lake Golf and Tennis Club click on the Directions Link

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City of Williams LakeCity of Williams Lake

Williams Lake is named in honor of Secwepemc Chief William.

The story of Williams Lake began in 1860 during the Cariboo Gold Rush when Gold Commissioner Philip Henry Nind and Constable William Pinchbeck arrived from Victoria to organize a local government and maintain law and order.

http://www.williamslake.ca/

Williams Lake Chamber of CommerceWilliams Lake Chambers of Commerce

The Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce and its motto: “The Voice of Business:  Businesses working together towards economic and social well-being to make our community a better place to live and work.”  The Chamber is a dedicated group of local businesses committed to providing a unified voice for the interests of the business community. Chamber members and directors have a vested interest in seeing our region continues to grow and sustain a strong level of economic development.

http://www.williamslakechamber.com/

Hello BC - Williams LakeHello BC – Williams Lake

The city of Williams Lake (population: 12,000) has rural charm intrinsic to its ranching culture and gold rush history, and it also bustles with services and industries.

Williams Lake is located in a sheltered valley of the vast Interior Plateau of central British Columbia, 552km/343mi north of Vancouver and 240km/149mi south of Prince George. Situated on the north shore of a lake of the same name, and surrounded by tree clad, trail-laced hillsides, Williams Lake is a natural jumping-off    point for a myriad of outdoor activities.

http://www.hellobc.com/

PGA of CanadaPGA of Canada

The PGA of Canada was established in 1911 and is the second oldest and third largest professional golf association in the world. The PGA of Canada is a non-profit Association comprised of 3,700 golf professionals across the country. The Association’s mandate is to develop, promote and support members as experts in the game and business of golf and, in so doing, serve both its Members’ needs and those of the golfing public through the association’s varied programs and events. The Association consists of the National Office located in Acton, Ontario and nine Zone Offices across the country.

http://www.pgaofcanada.com/

PGA of BCPGA of BC

The PGA of BC is an association of highly skilled and dedicated golf professionals who promote, play, develop and advance the game and business of golf for the benefit of its members and the people of British Columbia. Our members teach and administer golf while providing strong leadership in the community through charity events and volunteering. Dynamic and savvy, PGA of BC professionals are available at more than 200 golf facilities – a vital resource to the future of the game in Canada’s golf capital.

http://www.pgabc.org/

Mitch GillisMitch Gillis – Tour Professional

I was born on May 7, 1984 in Williams Lake – a small city located in south central British Columbia about 300 miles north of Vancouver.  Forestry, mining, ranching and tourism are the main industries in the area which also has an excellent variety of outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain bike riding, and skiing. My parents enrolled me in the French Immersion program at Marie Sharpe Elementary School, which is why I’m fluent in French.  My early childhood was much like most others. School and city sports dominated most afternoons and weekends.  I participated in track & field, soccer, softball, swimming and golf in the summer and curling and hockey in the winter. My golf career started when I was seven years old. I would go out in the evenings with my parents and putt, chip, or play a couple of holes.  My interest in golf continued to grow each year until I reach the age of 12 when my parents started entering me into junior tournaments.  I immediately fell in love with competitive golf.  It’s one of the only sports where players of any caliber can compete against one another by using a handicap system.

http://www.mitchgillis.com/

Insider Golf CanadaInside Golf

Insidegolf.ca has grown over the past four years to become a multi-sectional website covering regions across western Canada. The site is positioned as the relevant new source for the core golfer… The 25% who account for 75% of rounds played. Updated regional content throughout the year is highlighted through weekly newsletters. National news is highlighted by daily feeds from both Canadian Press (CP) and Associated Press (AP). This is added to features and columns from a fourteen person editorial staff whose average tenure as part of the INSIDE GOLF team is more than six years.

http://insidegolf.ca/

BC Golf GuideBC Golf Guide

 Specializing BC golf vacations including Kelowna and kamloops, whistler, rockies, victoria, shuswap golf packages all over british columbia. Access course listings, video clips, reviews, features, news, and an online game tracker.

http://www.bcgolfguide.com/

RCGA NetworkRCGA Network

The RCGA Network is Canada’s online Handicap System. It enables golfers across British Columbia to post their scores to their scoring record and establish an official British Columbia Golf / RCGA Handicap Factor.

The RCGA Network offers members the ability to post their scores for handicap purposes from anywhere with a computer and internet access. Alternatively, members may also be able to post their scores to the RCGA Network through their club kiosk.

http://www.rcganetwork.org/