Imagine your perfect golf experience in a natural setting of sage and rolling hills, where fairways extend into contoured canyons with water accents and greens run true with spectacular views. Well, imagine no more. Three championship 18-hole courses will delight you and your pocketbook. with The Stan Leonard designed 108 Golf Resort boasts 6,800 yards of tree-lined fairways and rolling greens that both inspire and challenge. The scenic Williams Lake Golf & Tennis Club’s 6,272-yard layout, set against the rolling Cariboo hills, plays out over rolling terrain with amazing views of both the lake and the city’s downtown core. The 6,340-yard Quesnel Golf Course, straddling a former heritage orchard, is a valley-based design with a wide-open front-nine and shorter but demanding back to hone that swing. Unique family-friendly nine-hole courses are found throughout the region, too. Try your luck at Coyote Rock, a First Nations-developed course above Hwy. 97 overlooking the south end of Williams Lake; at Cache Creek’s desert gem Semlin Valley Golf Course, or at the Lillooet Sheep Pasture Golf Course, where golfers receive a free mulligan if their shot is blocked by sheep.