There are 2 golf courses at Predator Ridge, the Predator Course and the Ridge Course. We have golfed at Predator Ridge a few times now and always head fantastic things about the Ridge Course at Predator Ridge. We finally got ourselves a tee time for the Ridge Course and were absolutely blown away. The Ridge golf course was simpy stunning! I cannot say the same thing about our golf game, but still had such a blast golfing that day. Rather than reflect on our scores and our game, let’s enjoy these photos instead!
Predator Ridge is this cute community near Lake Country, about 40 minutes from Kelowna. They have a great aesthetic, boast a lot of amenities, with one of them is golf. We’ve mostly come here to golf, but one day we’ll be sure to check out Sparkling Hill Resort & Spa. I did a triathlon training camp a number of years ago, and one of the training sessions included cycling up to Sparkling Hill, which is nearby. It definitely planted a seed early on, to hang out in this area, and we will have to check out the spa.
I really like the practice facilities at Predator Ridge, because it’s not artificial turf and rather real grass. It probably shouldn’t make a difference, but I prefer real grass as it’s more like a real game of golf. We spent a few minutes hitting some practice balls and warming up before heading over to the Ridge course.
The first hole was really nice, and then it was a good trek over to the second hole. Overall, I loved playing at the Ridge course despite not being at the top of our game that day. The Ridge Course is a fairly “easy” course with many elevated tee boxes, which translates to me that your ball will go further. We kept joking to ourselves that the Ridge Course made the Predator Course feel like a pitch and putt. Despite the difficulties, we are definitely going to make a more intentional effort to play the Ridge course more often.