In 1885, logger William Morgan and his wife Margaret Anne homesteaded the land that we know today as the Morgan Creek Golf Course. The Woods were abundant with wildlife indigenous to the Pacific Northwest...deer, fox and raccoon....blue heron and mallard duck whose calls mingled with the songs of the many creekside frogs. It was pastoral living in a simpler time.
Today, that pastoral setting has been maintained in the 165 acres of rolling golf course and natural habitation areas that abound with wildlife and if, during your game, you pause along the creek, you'll still hear the sounds of nature.
Internationally recognized golf architect Thomas McBroom, who has designed and constructed more than 40 projects, created the course using the natural flow of Morgan Creek in the routing of the course.
The result is a spectacular layout where the creek is cleverly woven into the strategy of the course on no less than five occasions. Each time a slightly different view and a strategic twist is offered.
Water and sand hazards are designed to encourage strategic play rather than punish and frustrate the golfer. There are enough options so that golfers of all playing ability can play the course within their game. The course may be played as long as 6,800 yards or as short as 5000.
Director of Golf and former PGA Tour Player, Wayne Vollmer accurately describes Morgan Creek as an extremely interesting and beautiful golf course. "Every hole is unique". Indeed , throughout its mildly rolling terrain, Morgan Creek offers an open invitation to all players to test and enjoy their game.
Morgan Creek Golf Course is located 45 minutes south of downtown Vancouver, immediately north of the U.S./Canada border, on 32nd Avenue at 160th Street in South Surrey.
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