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In the early 1990s, Chick and Marilyn Stewart teamed up with the former General Manager of the Vancouver Golf Club, Pat Duffey, to pursue developing the finest 36 hole PUBLIC golf facility in British Columbia. Hiring world-renowned golf course architect and seven-time major tournament champion Arnold Palmer, to design two 18 hole courses, was the first step in achieving this dream.

Breaking ground in 1992 and setting a grand opening date of July 1st 1994, the team began with a clean slate of over 400 acres of Arnold-Palmer-WebMay10_92-06various terrains… and tribulations. The soil make-up and elevation changes of the terrain challenged the design group but ultimately a suitable routing for the courses began to unfold. As work progressed, new and more inventive ideas presented themselves and Mr. Palmer took advantage of every opportunity to create exciting vistas and exceptional golf holes. Bringing his ” go for broke ” style of playing golf to his course designs, Mr. Palmer, (or “the Boss ” as his employee’s affectionately call him) developed several signature holes on both courses, now officially named “The Ridge” and “The Canal“. With the two courses shaping up well, the clubhouse portion of the project began. Featuring a classic west coast design, with it’s soaring post and beam western cedar and granite motif, the upper level of the building contains two restaurants, meeting rooms and banquet space that can accommodate 300 people. The lower level features the Golf shop (with the latest in golf fashions and equipment), locker rooms with full shower facilities and still more meeting rooms!

Opening day…

As opening day grew near, it became apparent to everyone that Northview Golf and Country Club was going to make a significant impact on the local golf scene. The Ridge course opened on schedule to rave reviews from the media and golfers alike.

The Palmer Room quickly found an audience as fine dining in a comfortable atmosphere proved to be a welcome addition to the restaurant landscape. Like-wise, Duffey’s restaurant (named for the late Pat Duffey, who managed the facility through it’s early years) offered casual dining over-looking the 18th hole of the Ridge course where watching golfers attempt the shot over the lake is always entertaining.

The PGA comes knocking…

In September of 1994, Arnold Palmer arrived to play the Ridge course to give it one more look and found the course played very much to his liking. In the post round media interview, Mr. Palmer described his pleasure with the final product and offered that the Ridge may some day be home to a PGA Tour event. Only four months later his vision would come true as a local group approached Northview management about the possibility of hosting a Tour event in August of 1996. Of course a series of site visits by the PGA Tour was required but in short order the “thumbs up” was given and serious planning began.

stewartOn May 15th 1995, the Canal course opened, offering a completely different test of golf from the Ridge course. Featuring flatter wide fairways and large greens, the Canal played as if it was miles away from it’s sister course but was only across the Serpentine canal, from which it derived it’s name. The Ridge course was the PGA’s choice for the Greater Vancouver Open, they were surprised at the quality of the Canal course as they wondered aloud if; perhaps they had chosen the wrong course! High praise indeed. As with the Ridge the year before, Mr. Palmer checked in to play a round on the Canal and was very satisfied with what he saw. The many large lakes that were created for drainage purposes also provided enough material to change a flat property into a gently undulating landscape that suggested the links land of Scotland or Ireland. While allowing wide fairways, the placement of those same lakes begs the golfer to try to cut a corner and have a run at birdie (or even eagle) and that’s where the challenge begins. Beware biting off more than you can handle because the Canal can bite back!

August of 1996 saw the return of the PGA Tour to Canada’s west coast for the first time in 30 years, and this time, to a totally public facility. The Greater Vancouver Open was welcomed by record crowds throughout the week matched only by the perfect weather. A PGA Tour record crowd saw hockey’s Team Canada play in the celebrity pro-am on the Monday followed by a Wednesday pro-am record crowd, all topped off by over 40,000 people watching Guy Boros win his (and our) first PGA Tour event on Sunday!

Northview says Goodbye to the PGA…

The PGA Tour stopped in Surrey for 7 years, ending in 2002, but not before providing all of us with the thrills and memories of playing host to some of the games greatest players. Northview Golf Club is proud of its role in attracting a world-class event to our community and is committed to continuing to serve our guests in the style that surpasses their expectations.EPS-Signature-Course-Logo

An Update Regarding COVID-19


The wait is over! We are pleased to announce Duffey's Sports Grill is now open. We are very excited to share with you our re-opening plan.

We are grateful for all our guests, staff and suppliers who have supported us during these unprecedented  times. Our number one priority is the safety of everyone that patronizes our facility. We are making every effort to adhere to and exceed Provincial and Worksafe BC requirements to ensure a safe environment and dining experience for our guests and our staff.
Only online reservations will be accepted at this time. Upon arrival you will be asked for your confirmation. No walk ins at this time. We would highly recommend you make your reservation online as we have limited staff answering the phones. Online reservations will close 2 hours before your requested time. Reservations within 2 hours, please call reception at 604-574-0324 ext. 0. We are only accepting credit or debit payments at this time, no cash payments.
We have two dining options now to reserve...Patio Reservations or book a table inside Duffey's. Please book your reservation online at

All public health guidelines will be followed per Dr. Henry and Fraser Health. This include a maximum of 6 people per reservation including children and infants. There will be no exceptions to this policy. We request you to keep your table stay to 1.5 hours.
We can't wait to see you!


Please read all terms carefully. Your booking is 100% non-refundable within 48 hours of your tee time

We are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of our staff and customers and we have new mandatory policies in place due to Covid-19. There will be no exceptions to these policies. Please read our new policies set out below and the mandatory “PHYSICAL DISTANCING” that is required by the Public Health Agency of Canada to eliminate person to person contact with employees and fellow golfers. Those not following these policies will be escorted from the facility without a refund given.
  1. All tee times must be booked online. A credit card will be required to secure your booking and will be used to process payment upon check in. There is only one payment per booked tee time. Any adjustments or discounts will also be applied to this credit card. If you cancel your tee time within 48 hours or no show for your reservation the full amount of the tee time will be charged to your card. Within 48 hours your tee time is non-refundable and non-changeable
  2. Please be aware we do not offer rain cheques unless the course is deemed unsafe or unplayable by Northview Management
  3. Foursomes are required prior to 4:30pm, 7 days a week
  4. Twosomes, threesomes and foursomes are being offered after 4:30pm every day. After 6:00pm anyday, you may book for a foursome and can pay and play as a SINGLE, twosome, threesome or foursome. Your group size will be reduced in the shop and you will only be required to pay for the number of golfers in your group.
  5. Starting at 5am, day of play, you can book online for a twosome, threesome or foursome.
  6. When reduced groups are permitted you must still book for 4 people but we can reduce your group to 2 or 3 people in the Golf Shop upon arrival (minimum 2 people, no exceptions, all no shows will be charged) For your safety and the safety of our staff we will not pair you up with another group. Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to accommodate singles or walk ins. If you book a time for a foursome before 4:30pm you cannot reduce your numbers (no exceptions).
  7. If you have an Advantage Card, Golf Surrey Pass, Player’s Pass, Corporate Pass or Red Book please bring it into the Pro Shop and the staff will make the appropriate rate adjustment
  8. If the Seniors, Ladies or Juniors rate applies (see website for details) please show your valid ID to the Pro Shop upon check in and the rate will be adjusted
  9. Power carts are now available for rent. They are available to rent on single/double rider basis. We have a limited amount of complimentary pull carts available. Rental clubs are now available. Please note that power carts are only available to 6pm and that the driving range closes at approximately 6pm (these times are subject to change without notice).
  10. No additional walkers are permitted to accompany the group over and above your paid foursome. Anyone in this situation will be asked to leave the property.
  11. No outside alcohol- strictly enforced. No social gatherings of any size are permitted in the parking lot or overflow parking lot areas. Note: drinking alcohol beverages in the parking lot is in contravention of our liquor license and could result in personal fines from the RCMP/Liquor Inspector in addition to citations and harsh penalties/suspensions to the golf club. Tailgating will not be allowed in the parking lot.
Our grass tee deck is now open for guests that have a pre-paid reservation only (weather depending). If you plan to hit a warm up bucket of balls you can now arrive 45 minutes prior to your tee time. Range balls are available for purchase at the Golf shop or Ridge kiosk and you will be directed to your stall by a Northview Range Ambassador.
Duffey's Sports Grill is now open.
We are only accepting credit or debit payments at this time, no cash payments. We thank you for your continued cooperation and following our Social Distancing policies. Northview Management