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  In 1940, a brush fire had destroyed most of the area known as Redwood Meadows.  The Elders of the Tsuu T'ina Nation noticed that after the brush fire, the regrowth of the poplar and spruce trees had a reddish color to them.  The Elders then called this area "Redwood Yard".to edit this text.
  In 1972, the Tsuu T'ina Nation embarked on an economic development endeavor, to construct an 18 hole championship golf course.
The architects, Bill Newis and Stan Leonard took full advantage of the spectacular natural terrain.  There are water hazards on seven holes, filled with crystal clear mountain water, straight from the Rockies.
Redwood Meadows meets the critera of a truly memorable course having 18 individual and distinctive holes, yet retaining a collective continuity from the first tee to the last green.
For golfers, Redwood Meadows is a paradise.  A genuine challenge of championship calibre where birds and wildlife of all descriptions may well be your companions during your round.