Course HistoryBack to Campbell River Golf Club
The Mailman family has deep ties to Campbell River with a family tree that goes back to the earliest settlers in the area. In 1983 Kris and Cheryl Mailman took over Mailman Construction from Kris’ father and continued to build homes and duplexes in developing areas. Mailman Construction was renamed after the beautiful Seymour Narrows in 1992 to Seymour Pacific Developments. The pairing of a construction company with a rental management company, Broadstreet Properties, allowed both companies to redefine the rental experience across Western Canada since 2006. The Mailman family has brought decades of experience to the Campbell River area supporting numerous charitable donations and the establishment of the Mailman Family Foundation in 2015.
In April 2017, the Campbell River Golf Club began its journey on a 14-month restoration under one of Canada’s most successful and renowned golf course architects — Graham Cooke of Northern Golf Design. The formally Sequoia Springs Golf Course remerged as a gorgeous 18-hole, 6,100-yard resort-style course with gorgeous rolling fairways and airy spaces with more than 200 trees. The meticulously kept grounds are complimented by stunning landscaping that encompass several water features.
The golf course has been completely rebuilt from tee to green and the driving range was the first in Western Canada to employ Toptracer range technology. Campbell River Golf Club is a locally owned, innovative and inclusive club that strives to welcome everyone and make golf approachable to all. The course is also part of the Vancouver Island Golf Trail.