In Prince George I played the Links of Maggie May. A small rough 9-hole, almost a jungle adventure, course. To find this course get onto Highway 16 East, the road to Jasper, there are signs directing you along the way until you exit to Shelley Street.
This is a small 9-hole golf course that never really gets going. The fairways are thick, gnarly and riddled with dandelions and weeds. The directions from green to tee is almost non existent and because the land is so flat and fairways so undefined just finding what fairway you have to play next is an adventure in frustration. Perhaps Maggie isn't looking for the serious gofer to come and test his game. While playing I saw three parents, 3 kids, all in one group, playing, laughing and having a grand time. Beside them one mother was pushing a stroller and a small dog was walking close to her side. Perhaps for a family looking for an outing Maggie May is best suited.
Although they do not list a number one handicap hole, for my money it is number 7.
A par 5 playing 472 yards long. There is no trouble way right or way left. However if you hit a long ball and hit it just a little left or right you will catch a small slope that will bounce your ball into a series of small water holes. Be safe and lay up about 190-200 yards off of the tee. From there, after little squinting, you will see that the fairway runs up and doglegs left. The green is set in side a semi circle of mature firs and is one of the best greens on the course. This is a full-length par 37 course. A small clubhouse with full facilities and a driving range round out this package.