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We at Redwoods pride ourselves on customer service; we strive, and empower our employees, to do whatever it takes to ensure our guests experience is top notch. This year we were humbled to receive the Award for Service Excellence at the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce 20th Annual Business Excellence Awards.

App LogoFor 2017 we have decided to take our customer service and experience one step further: let us introduce the Redwoods Golf Course App! From maintaining a score card history, to providing an on course GPS that helps identify hazards, to giving the ability to book a tee time right from the palm of your hand, and giving access to our brand new customer loyalty program, the Redwoods App was built with our loyal customers in mind! The App creates an even better all-around experience for our valued guests; it creates another platform for communication between Redwoods and our customers, as well as provides our guests with easier access to Redwoods from the very device that so many people spend their days on.

We invite you all to download the app from the App Store or the Google Play Store and check it out! Anyone who downloads the app and joins the App Loyalty Program will get 20% OFF their next round at Redwoods from now until the end of May! Experience Redwoods in a way you didn’t think possible. Download the app today to start seeing Redwoods in a new way!

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  • Earn FREE Golf 
  • Maintain a Scorecard History
  • On Course GPS
  • Book a Tee Time
  • And Much More!

What a Winter!

Back in November, the Redwoods owner/operator, accompanied by the Sales Manager and Marketing Coordinator, attended a National Golf conference where Golf Course Owners and employees from all across Canada come together to exchange ideas and learn from each other. At the conference we happily bragged to all owners east of the Fraser Valley about how lucky we are to get to have year-round golf at our course in Langley… boy did karma ever hit us hard!Feb 7 2017 4

We at Redwoods haven’t experience a winter season even remotely similar to this in ages! As a Lower Mainland golf course, we can normally expect to close for a few days a year due to frozen ground, frost, or a little dusting of snow.  But never, in the twenty-three year history of the Redwoods, have we had two and a half months of full course and range closure (broken up in January with one week of opening the range and a 5-hole track). We have learned a hard lesson: keep our mouths shut about the mild west coast winters at the National Conference next year!

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While we can’t do a whole lot directly to the course during a closure like we experienced this winter, we sure did keep busy! Here are FOUR things that we kept busy with at Redwoods this winter:

ONE: Throughout November and December our restaurant was closed to the public but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t packed! Every Christmas season we host an array of company Christmas parties and this year was no different; the festive decorations are up, the food is fantastic, the drinks are flowing, the music’s going, and it’s always a good time! Did you miss out on booking your company Christmas party this year? Contact our Events Team to book your event early this year!

TWO: As some of you may know we are doing a little (okay...massive) renovation this year: the wedding ceremony site! The old ceremony garden was charming, beautiful, and the very site in which so many couples spent one of the best days of their lives. With over ten years of weddings under it’s belt, we decided to give our ceremony space a revamp this fall and winter. We broke ground in the beginning of October and we have been working hard on the project ever since! We can’t wait to show you what is going to be an exquisite, elegant, and extraordinary space. Follow along with the transformation on our Redwoods Weddings Facebook page and Instagram account.

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THREE: In the spirit of renovations, we did a little work indoors with a Golf Shop reno! We have a country theme that is apparent all across the Redwoods property and we wanted it to show it off in our Golf Shop as well. We fully embraced the rustic, farm look and we even added in a feature palate wall. Come check it out!

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    1. FOUR: We started a secret project! Originally starting in November, we spent loads of time over the quiet winter months working really hard on something super exciting! We are all about giving the best customer service we can—did ya hear…we even won an Award for Service Excellence at the 2016 Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards! We are sure that our secret project is going to create an even better customer experience for our valued guests at Redwoods! Sit tight and we will reveal it in the beginning of March! Make sure you are signed up with our Newsletter so you will be the first to hear the announcement.
  • While snow and golf don’t necessarily mix, even a snow-filled and frozen winter is a busy one at the Redwoods! 

    For us on the Southern coast of BC winter usually means foggy mornings, grey rainy days, and a few centimetres of snow that immediately turns to brown slush on the sides of the road. This year has been a totally new experience for us in the PNW; snow-filled Snow 12days and nights, below freezing temperatures nearly every day, and over a month with that white stuff covering our backyards and more importantly, our golf courses. Most years we can expect to golf most of the way through December and January, unlike our fellow golfers on the East Coast (I guess we had some winter karma coming our way!).

    Considering this year's unusual winter weather our Redwoods Head Golf Professional Jordan Fletcher, PGA of BC Top 100 & Teacher of the Year-Lower Mainland, put together five ideas for our golfers to do to outlast this winter! Enjoy & we hope to see you soon!


    1. Putt, anywhere!

    A synthetic mat with an actual hole is your best bet for trying to recreate the pace and feel of a real putting green. Short of that, a coffee mug on your living room carpet will also do the trick. Keep your putting stroke sharp so that when the snow melts you can get back to the full swing. 

    2. Exercise

    Most experts will tell you that building your core strength will serve you in multiple aspect of your life, not just golf--but it sure does help there too! For the purposes of making it through a cold winter, your workout routine should be inspired by images of you pumping a drive over a forced carry, or advancing the ball out of heavy rough. You can also motivate your winter work outs by the thought of not being sore after your first round of the year!

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    The notable golf instructor Hank Haney says that the best way to groove a swing is to repeat it without worrying about where the ball is headed. You can do this in your backyard, or if you are blessed with high ceilings and an understanding spouse, you might not even have to leave the house to complete your hundred swings.

    4. Virtual golf

    Pounding a ball into an over-sized screen is not quite the same as feeling a breeze in your face and the grass under your feet but it sure is better than no golf at all! The competitive exercise of trying to grind out a score is still rewarding, and you can transport yourself--even if it is just temporarily--to some of the game's most desirable locations in the process. 

    5. Read a golf book

    For all of the warm weather golfers out there, spending some time in the winter month's improving your mental game with a book is time well spent. Here is a list of recommended books: Zen Golf: Mastering the Mental Game by Joseph Parent, Unconscious Putting by Dave Stockton, Golf is Not a Game of Perfect by Dr. Bob Rotella, The Short Game Bible by Dave Pelz, The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods by Hank Haney.

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    Article by the Redwoods Golf Course Head Teaching Professional Jordan Fletcher, PGA of BC Top 100 and Teacher of the Year-Lower Mainland

    Once the snow melts and you are ready to get back out to the lesson tee you can email or call Jordan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 778-866-2878.



    The Storm of August 2015

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    If you simply say the words ‘August’ and ‘storm’ in the same sentence around the Redwoods ears perk up and stories start being tossed around recalling everyone’s experiences during the final weekend of August 2015. Going into the weekend of August 28th to 30th, Redwoods was more than ready. We had just accomplished a huge week of Shotgun Tournaments and Banquets as well our annual Boys of Fall Charity Golf Tournament and Music Event; a weekend with three weddings, even with one being our biggest of the year, seemed like a breeze!

    Friday’s wedding went without a hitch! But come Saturday and Sunday the forecast was looking pretty stormy—but it was nothing we hadn’t seen before!

    Saturday’s wedding was our biggest of the year and no matter the weather the wedding was to be held outside. However come Saturday morning… The wind: howling. The rain: pouring. The thunder: rolling. The trees: falling everywhere. The course: unplayable. This was about to get real interesting.

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    Just hours before guests arrived and the wedding ceremony was set to begin, the power went out with absolutely no signs of coming back on; we had to think fast because this was a show that must go on. We found some generators to provide power to the wedding reception tent so that the lights could shine and the music could rock—it was as bright and lively as any other wedding evening. Inside, the bar was lit with candles and glow sticks giving some light to the bartenders mixing drinks on what ended up being the busiest bar night of the year! A walk way was created with flickering candles to guide wedding guests through the dark clubhouse to the washrooms, giving off a cozy, romantic ambiance.

    StormMeanwhile, the kitchen was experiencing a whole different scenario. Our Executive and Sous Chefs were hard at work preparing a delicious buffet for 173 people in a dark powerless kitchen with only one small oven working! It was a team effort but somehow they managed to pull off a delicious feast! Wedding number one was a huge success!

    By Sunday morning we still had no power and a whole other wedding to throw! We used all we learned from Storm Day #1, along with the help of the dishwashing machines at the Fort Pub, and we proceeded as best as we could. All was smooth—hey, we had already done it once before!—until our restaurant manager saw something hot and orange that could devastate the day: flames. One of our trusty gas generators was working overtime and had caught fire. Three employees grabbed fire extinguishers, ran to the scene, and put out the flames before it got Fire 2015completely out of control!

    With that small(ish) hiccup, the day continued on as normally as possible. Part way through Sunday around 8:00pm the power came on and everyone inside the building cheered in relief! Many guests in the tent however didn’t even notice the power had returned as it looked completely normal out in the reception area the whole time!

    The Redwoods Team accomplished so much on that fateful August weekend. Everyone pulled together and did things that we had never expected we would have to do. We cook food, serve drinks, host parties, fight fires, and chop trees here at the Redwoods AND we can do it all in the dark! Having survived that August weekend, we have no doubt that at Redwoods we can accomplish whatever we need to in whichever situations are dealt! Go Team Woods! 

    At the Redwoods we love supporting local. We pour pints of locally brewed beers, glasses of locally made wines and we even grow some of our own herbs on site! Driving south over the rolling hills and past the luscious farmlands of 216th street you can’t help but notice the vineyard of the makers of our most popular wines who resides right here in Langley: Chaberton Estate Winery!

    Chaberton Estate Winery has been producing award winning wines since it opened

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    for retail in 1991. They produce over twenty different wines that are all 100% BC VQA. Chaberton uses grapes that are grown right here in Langley as well as some grown on vines in the Fraser, Similkameen and Okanagan Valleys. At the Redwoods we have been serving Chaberton wines for over ten years; it is our most popular wine at weddings and one of our top sellers in the restaurant. We have poured enough Chaberton to fill the average swimming pool!

    Back in July, Chaberton Estate Winery graciously hosted an educational (and supremely enjoyable) private event at their winery for the Redwoods Food and Beverage Team. Upon our arrival we were given a private tour of the vineyard where we could look across acres of land teeming with six different varietals of grapes; wandering through a vineyard on a beautiful sunshiny day just cannot be beat! Apparently when you are standing in among the vines, and it’s really quiet, you can actually hear the vines growing! However, in a group of 15 ladies, it’s a tall order to get some silence—quiet certainly is not our strong suit!

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    IMG 3025Following the vineyard tour we were taught about the entire process of wine making followed by Chaberton from the harvesting of grapes in early fall to a unique natural filtering processes that they practice, to the aging of the wine in French oak barrels to the bottling and labeling. So many individual efforts and practices go into each and every delicious bottle.

    After the tour we were greeted with a wonderful spread of cheeses, breads and crackers and a variety of wines to sample! Our tour leader Louise did a phenomenal job of teaching our team proper wine etiquette all the way from presentation to pour. Everyone got the opportunity to practice opening and serving wine to the group, reaffirming the tips that we were given.

    The wine itself was amazing. IMG 7858We were fortunate enough to sample six different wines giving us all a taste of how fantastic BC wine is. Louise took the time to teach the team how to properly taste wine and gave us tools to help find the words to describe what notes and flavours we taste in wines.

    An afternoon spent tasting (and learning about) wine while sitting on a shaded patio overlooking a vineyard is an afternoon well spent! Thank you so much Chaberton Estate Winery, your staff members are wonderful and your wines delicious—you make it so easy for us at the Redwoods to continue supporting local!


    To learn more about Chaberton Estate Winery head on over to their website!