The course has been classified by the owners as a "masters" course, which means its designed to be shorter in length, but compensates with style and challenge.
Architect Les Furber, the same designer that built Northlands and Mayfair Lakes, designed Garibaldi Springs Golf Resort.
The course is 4,742 yards long and is a par 64 course with water features on 14 holes.
A game costs $40 during the week and $46 on the weekend and there are 10-game passes available.
The front nine holes have been open since July 29 and the course is managed out of a temporary clubhouse. The permanent clubhouse, combined with a 110-room resort hotel, is scheduled to open in 2006.
For more information on the course look up www.garibaldigolf.com.