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L+P’s Canadian office has started another project, at the Okanagan Golf Club in Kelowna, British Columbia. The project, being led by Canadian Partner Alex Hay, is focused on redeveloping the eighteenth hole of the club’s Quail course, originally designed by architect Les Furber.

 

“The old eighteenth was a difficult hole after a testing 17th green, and when developer Burrard International began construction on a new housing development that requires use of a portion of the eighteenth fairway, it was an opportunity for GolfBC Group to hire us to work on building a new 18th hole,” said Alex. “Construction work has just started – we have progressed well so far with very good conditions for the time of year, almost too dry at times!”

 

Construction of new eighteenth hole is being completed by Goodwin Golf

Construction of new eighteenth hole is being completed by Goodwin Golf

 

 

Alberta-based contractor Goodwin Golf is handling the construction work at The Okanagan Golf Club. “The location is spectacular, and I’m confident we can build a finishing hole that will live up to the surrounding environment,” said Alex.

WRITTEN ON December 23rd, 2021 BY Tim AND STORED IN Golf News, Our projects

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