Aim to play Canada's best course this year?
According to the January issue of Golf Digest, you won't have to go far: the country's best course in 2008 is in B.C.
Located 20 minutes from Kamloops, Tobiano was designed by award-winning Canadian golf architect Thomas McBroom.
The site of the historic Six Mile Ranch has been transformed from rugged bench lands into a golf course that is as visually captivating as it is thrilling to play. The magazine said it is "as starkly dramatic as Chambers Bay and as scenic as Gozzer Ranch but has its own tranquil, intriguing charm."
With five par fives -- including the spectacular eighth, the No. 1 handicap hole -- eight par-fours highlighted by the elegant necklace of holes 4, 5 and 6, and five par-threes that will inspire the shot maker in each player, the course makes a lasting impression on all who play it.
Get information at tobianogolf.com.