Swaneset Golf in Pitt Meadows
Swaneset Bay Resort and Country Club is one of the most prestigious golf clubs in the Lower Mainland. It features two beautiful championship courses, both designed by Lee Trevino, who is arguably one of the best players in the sport’s history.
The resort’s entrance is grand and almost feels out of this world. The clubhouse looks like a mansion from The Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, and the full golfing experience is breathtaking. Both courses are well-maintained and set in a peaceful location with views of the Coastal Mountains.
The Resort course is a par 72 that plays 7000 yards from the championship tees. The Links course is also a par 72 and it totals 7126 yards from the tips.
Where is Swaneset?
Swaneset Resort is located at 16651 Rannie Road in Pitt Meadows.
If driving from Vancouver, use the Trans-Canada Highway and take exit 44. Follow signs for Maple Ridge and the Mary Hill Bypass and continue onto Old Dewdney Trunk Road. From there, turn left onto Harris Road, right onto McNeil Road and then left onto Rannie Road. Drive until you see the resort’s gate on your left side.
Swaneset Green Fees
As of early September, 2020, peak season rates range between $25 and $90 on both the Links and Resort courses. Like other golf courses, prices vary depending on the season and time of day.
What are the Swaneset Courses Like?
We have heard that the courses and their conditions at the club are really nice, but can’t honestly say for sure. This is one of a handful of places we haven’t played at ourselves yet, although we hope to before too long. The courses and their conditions are probably really nice. We’ll add details about experience here after we know more.
In the meantime, so of the region’s top courses that we have played at recently and loved include Redwoods, Pagoda Ridge and Meadow Gardens. All those were amazing! Sandpiper Resort is also highly recommended.
For more details about the golf club, visit the Swaneset Bay Resort and Country Club website.
While in the area, if you like nature and nice places for a walk, we recommend driving 8 minutes north to check out Pitt Lake.
Other articles that might be of interest include:
- Vancouver’s Best Golf Courses
- Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge
- Lower Mainland Parks and Nature
- Outdoor Recreation