Trickle Creek is opening this weekend (Corey Bullock/Kimberley Bulletin)

Kimberley’s Trickle Creek Golf Resort celebrates 25 years of business

The course will officially open on Saturday, May 13 with reduced rates for the first week

Trickle Creek Golf Resort is celebrating 25 years of business this year, as a major destination for both locals and visitors in Kimberley. On Saturday, May 13 Trickle Creek will officially open for the season.

Last year, BC Golf Safaris clients voted Trickle Creek as the number 1 rated course in the Kimberley/Cranbrook area. This award is chosen by clients who booked trips to Trickle Creek and other courses through the BC Golf Safaris vacation and golf packages.

Business Development Manager, Rob Duncan says there are lots of exciting things happening this season at Trickle Creek.

“Because it’s early season conditions, we have reduced rates from May 13-18,” said Duncan.

“Come out and play, we’ve got the lowest rates that we have had in quite some time.”

Duncan says that despite the heavy snowfall, the course wintered well, “a tough winter makes things harder, but the snow has melted, things are greening up; it’s early season conditions just the same as every year. We are excited to be opening.”

Not only is Trickle Creek celebrating their 25th Anniversary this year, but they are also celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday.

“Stay tuned for these upcoming events,” said Duncan.

“We will also be hosting the third annual Pars and Guitars Signature Concert Series in June, July, and August.”

The Pars and Guitars Concert Series takes place on the patio at the clubhouse and features musicians Jason Greenly and Shane Young, as well as local musicians.

“There are tee times available this weekend,” said Duncan. “Come out for our opening, or for mother’s day and take advantage of the reduced rates.”

On May 13 and 14 the reduced rates will be $59.00 plus tax, per person for 18 holes, cart rental, and range balls. From the 15 to the 18 the reduced rates will be $49.00 plus tax, per person for 18 holes, cart rental, and range balls. The clubhouse is offering Mother’s Day specials from 7a.m. until 4p.m. on Sunday, May 14th as well.

“Check in at the golf shop for our 5 and 10 round value packs,” said Duncan.

“These value packs are for locals only and include golf, cart, and range practice.”

The 5 value pack gets guests 5 rounds at $325.00 per person, and the 10 value pack gets guests 10 rounds at $599.00 per person. Both value packs are in effect after 1p.m. on weekdays and after 2p.m. on weekends.

For those thinking of coming to Kimberley on vacation, or even for locals who want a staycation, Trickle Creek is offering a pass that grants guests unlimited play for a week. The pass costs $349.00 plus tax for singles, and $599.00 plus tax for couples.

For more information and to book a large or small tournament package, contact Duncan at rduncan@tricklecreek.com or give him a call at (250) 432-0324.

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