Purcell Golf

A legendary course in the Canadian Rockies

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Closed for the 2021 Season - British Columbia’s original mountain golf experience

Kimberley Golf Course: Charming, Challenging, Changing

Since 1924, this historic course has proudly proven to be one of the most scenic, charming and challenging golf courses in the Rocky Mountain regions of beautiful British Columbia. With undulating greens and huge Ponderosa pines towering along the fairways, you are in for a true mountain golf experience.

Building on tradition and partnering for the future, the staff of Purcell Golf and members of the Kimberley Golf Club are working together to improve and enhance an already exceptional golf experience. Together, we are proud to welcome visitors from around the world to enjoy our course and dining facilities.

Visitors are welcome 7 days a week with very few restrictions. See our calendar of events and booking policies then call the pro shop or book online.

  • Par

    71
  • Tee Boxes

    4
  • Length

    6413
    Yards

PURCELL GOLF
SIGNATURE HOLE 12

This stunning par-4 hole starts with a tricky drive to the elevated fairway, which is framed by views of the St. Mary River valley. Pick your way through tall pines to find the two-tiered green and prepare for some interesting pin positions. A little extra club is needed to handle the switching elevations.

Getting Here

Purcell Golf is located in Kimberley, British Columbia in the heart of the East Kootenays.

Purcell Golf
400-302 Avenue, Kimberley, BC V1A 2Y5

Reaching us couldn’t be easier. All seven of our golf courses are within 25km of each other and the cities of Cranbrook and Kimberley, in the southeastern corner of British Columbia. 

The Canadian Rockies International Airport (YXC) is just 15 minutes’ drive from Cranbrook, with direct daily flights serving Calgary, Vancouver and Kelowna. 

If you’re driving here, Highway 95 connects Cranbrook with the Crowsnest Highway, which serves most major destinations across southern British Columbia. We’re close to the Alberta border, within easy reach of Banff, Calgary and Edmonton via Highway 93 and Trans-Canada Highway 1.

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7 SPECTACULAR COURSES
LESS THAN 24 MINUTES APART

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