Time on the Tsawwassen Greens.
Tsawwassen Springs is a community nestled under the cliffs and built around the fairways, offering a heated outdoor driving range, an 18-hole course, and delicious dining.
1. Nat's Coffee House
As you first enter Tsawwassen Springs, the very first stop is Nat's Coffee House. Before heading out on the course, it's a great spot to fuel up on a breakfast sandwich and ethical coffee. It's also conveniently next door to the Springs 30-tee driving range if you're interested in a swing warm-up. Fun fact: it's named after White Spot's founder Nat Bailey, and is the first White Spot coffee shop of its kind.
2. Tsawwassen Springs Golf Course
This 18-hole, 5500 yard, par 70 public course is open to all, so be sure to book your tee time early during the summer months.
A scenic course, Tsawwassen Springs is banked by cliffs and a residential area, settled within a park-like, tree-lined area. As you wrap around to the back 9, it opens up for expansive views of the North Shore Mountains. Golfers will appreciate their state-of-the-art water management system for its ability to quickly dry tees, helping to provide locals with one of the longest seasons of play in the region.
3. Pat Quinn's Restaurant & Bar
Pat Quinn's has it all. A beautiful dining room, a cozy lounge, and an expansive patio for those warm, summer evenings, offering panoramic views of the North Shore Mountains and fairways. In fact, with Delta's expanded patios of 'these times', you can even take a seat on their patio greens. Their menu is also sure to delight any weary golfer with global cuisine and an extensive wine and cocktail list.
Locals know: Their daily Happy Hour (2 - 6 PM) has the tastiest drink and shareable specials for $8.95!
Photo Credits @NatsCoffeeHouse, @TsawwassenSprings, and @PatQuinns.