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

Friday, January 17th (7:00 AM update)


Greens: Closed until further notice. Currently Temporary locations.

Tees: Closed until further notice. Currently Tee Mats.

Driving Range: *Closed until snow melts*

Putting Green: Closed for the season.

Chipping Green: Closed for the season.

Pitching Area: Closed for the season.

Power Cart Access: N/A

Pro Shop: Open (604) 929-2611


2020 Aerification Dates

Planned Aerification Dates – 2020 

  • Spring Aeration Dates: To Be Determined
  • Fall Aeration Dates: To Be Determined

Please contact the Pro Shop at 604.929.2611 or check this page again closer to the planned dates for confirmation.

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.

Weather Forecast


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.