Course conditions
Updated daily, our Course Conditions page will give you information on the status of the course, greens, driving range, putting green, pitching area, power cart access and Pro Shop at Seymour Golf and Country Club, North Vancouver,
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Seymour Golf Course Conditions

Saturday, June 19th (5:00 AM Update)

The course opens at 6:30 AM to members.

A pond dye application is being completed this morning. You may encounter a product in ponds that appears to be black/oily. It will take some time to disperse.

Front entrance renovations begin on February 12th. Be aware of traffic cones and tractors/excavator activity in the parking lot. This equipment will be also be transporting material through the golf course at times. Please keep a safe distance from staff and equipment.

Care for the Course:

  • Repairing ball marks and replacing divots are always important but are now essential with how much play the course is experiencing.
  • Please follow the traffic control measures.  Red and white stakes indicate exit points for power carts, green and white stakes indicate exit points for pull carts.

Greens: Open

Tees: Open

Driving Range: Open approx 15 mins before first tee time to members only (grass tee). Tonight the range closes at 8:30 PM.

Putting/Chipping Green: Open

SGPA Area: Open

Power Cart Access: Fairway Access OK (90 degree rule in effect)

Pro Shop: Can be reached at [604-929-2611]

Disabled Golfers: Protection of the course from damage is a paramount concern / extended access is available when conditions allow it. Disabled golfers with a request for extended course access should contact the Course Superintendent (604-929-5833) at least one day prior to play, to review the request within the current agronomic conditions.

2021 Aerification Dates

  • Spring Aeration:  Complete May 15
  • Fall Aeration:  TBD

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Fertilizer and Fungicide Policy

Pesticides (primarily fungicides) are used on the course and practice areas to maintain the health of the grounds. Staff members comply with legislation and manufacturer’s recommendations concerning the use of these products, and all efforts are made to protect golfers from exposure. Notices are posted prior to each application so golfers may choose to play or not to play that day.

Golfers should always take precautions to reduce any chance of absorbing pesticides:

  • Direct and/or indirect contact between your mouth and anything in contact with the playing surface should always be avoided.
  • Skin and eye contact can also result in absorption.