Make your next game at Nanaimo Golf Club its best, by checking out the following information ahead of time:

Book a Tee Time

Green Fee Players can book a maximum of 48 hours in advance for tee times, Sunday through Wednesday after 12PM and Thursday, Friday & Saturday after 1PM.

To book a tee time, please call the Pro Shop at 250-758-6332!

Golf Promotions

Please check back soon for promotions! 

Men's & Women's Nights

Men's Nights 2024: Thursday evenings, 5:00/5:30 shotgun start

  • May 9 & 23
  • June 6 & 20
  • July 4 & 18 
  • August 1 & 15 & 29

Women's Nights 2024:Monday evenings, 5:30 shotgun start

  • June 3 & 17
  • July 15 & 29
  • August 12 & 26

Cost: $45 for Members, $75 for Non-Members; includes green fee, dinner, prizes and tax.

New Members & the public are encouraged to participate. It’s a great way to meet new friends. Get your group together or play as a single, and enjoy the fellowship, great golf and delicious meals. With support from our sponsors and players, these are great events to play.

Green Fees & Other Costs

  9-Hole 18-Hole
Green Fees*    
– Off Season (Jan 1 to Apr 14, subject to change due to course conditions) $45 $74
– Shoulder Season (Apr 15 to Apr 30, subject to change due to course conditions) $54 $89.50
– In Season (May 1 to Sep 30, subject to change due to course conditions) $63 $105
– Twilight (after 4pm) $45 $74
Power Cart Rentals    
– per cart, with 2 riders $28 $50
– per cart, with single rider $40

* Green fees include a complimentary 18-ball warm-up token and a pull cart.
All above fees are subject to applicable taxes.

Driving Range    
– Practice Balls 18 balls (warm-up) $3.15
  36 balls (small bucket) $6.30
  72 balls $12.60
– Range Key 10 small buckets $59.85
  25 small buckets $141.75
  50 small buckets $267.75

Driving range fees are subject to applicable taxes. 

Dress Code

Nanaimo Golf Club’s Dress Code is intended to reflect the tradition and culture of golf. We recognize that dress is a personal choice and golfing apparel trends change from time to time. Nanaimo Golf Club requires all Members and Guests to be responsible and use good judgement in their golf attire choices.

Any questions of uncertainty regarding suitable and acceptable apparel can be directed to the Pro Shop Team and/or the General Manager.

Attire not permitted on the Golf Course, Driving Range, Practice Areas, and Clubhouse:

  • Cargo shorts or pants with expandable pockets.

  • Gym shorts, short shorts, cut-offs, mini skirts, midriff-baring, swimsuits, or sweatpants.

  • Tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, mesh shirts, sports jerseys.

  • Frayed or torn material of any kind.

  • Display of any logo, slogan, illustration, or emblem on any apparel (including without limitation hats, short, shirts, pants, skirts, or jackets) or golf equipment that promotes, supports, comments on, or criticizes any person or any matter or thing currently or formerly associated with, representing, or forming part of any political or religious organization or social cause movement.

Golf hats, ball caps, and visors with brim in forward position may be worn in the Clubhouse, on outside patios, and in the Mount Benson Lounge. Hats must be removed in all dining event areas when formal or non-golf events are held. Exception given to hats and head dress worn for medical and religious reasons. Any themed or special events, requiring the use of hats or head dress, must be approved by the General Manager.

Footwear must always be worn and clean prior to entering any clubhouse area. We respect that we all lead busy lives and need to stay in contact with family, work, and colleagues, we also want to respect our playing & dining surroundings.

We request all cell phones and other devices be placed in silent and/or vibration mode.

Members are responsible for informing their guests of the club’s dress code. Revised and

Approved June 24, 2024

Power Cart Advisory Levels

Level 1: Power carts must remain on cart paths at all times. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Level 2: Power carts must remain on cart paths at all times. Exception: Medical Pass Holders may cross fairways at 90 degree to their ball.
Level 3: Power carts may cross fairways at 90 degrees only.
Level 4: Power carts may travel the course.

At all times, carts must stay on cart paths around greens and must not cross the white lines directly in front of the greens. Carts must also stay off mounding, severe slopes and tee box areas.

Food & Beverage Service

While you are playing golf during the summer season, you may purchase food and beverages at our Concession Stand, Mike's Place! Open during the active season, and located by the 10th tee.

As our golf course is licensed, all alcohol consumed on site MUST be purchased through Mike's Place Concession or the Restaurant. Members & Guests CANNOT bring any outside alcohol to consume on any area of the property; this violates our liquor license.

Please be sure to place all refuse & cigarette butts in proper receptacles.

Once you finish your round, drop into the Clubhouse or enjoy our patio with a drink and a meal!

Smoking & Cannabis Use

Smoking, vaping and using cannabis products is allowed only:

  • On the golf course, provided you dispose of your butts only in the reptacles provided. Do not dispose of them in any other areas. Please practice extra caution during dry summer months.

The Clubhouse, Pro Shop, driving range, putting & chipping greens, Mike's Place Concession Stand, and maintenance buildings are all smoke-free zones. Smoking or vaping any material is not permitted within a 6-metre radius of any doors, open windows and air intakes of any of these buildings. Smoking or vaping any material is strictly prohibited where food or beverages are served, including outdoor areas such as decks, patios and outdoor tents.

Cell Phone Use & Wifi

We ask that you not accept or make phone calls or use your smart phones on the golf course during play.
When you are seated in the restuarant or lounge - please put your cell phone on vibrate so not to disturb other guests.
We are pleased to provide free wifi throughout our clubhouse.