Golf Course Architecture - Issue 63, January 2021

25 A central hazard is planned for the landing area on the par-five twelfth Image: Whitman, Axland & Cutten Photo: Cabot “Although sand is rare in the mountains, there is a huge sandpit at one end of the property,” said Cowan-Dewar. “And it is appropriate that it should be designed by this team. Rod is based in the neighbouring state of Alberta, and all three courses we’ve done in Canada have had Rod, Dave and Keith on them, so it’s wonderful to have them in their new company on this one.” The course is expected to be ready for play in 2023. The par-four seventh green is set against the bluff The par-three eighth plays across a gorge, requiring a carry of over 250 yards from the back tees The fourth and thirteenth holes share a fairway A visualisation of the Revelstoke layout