Vernon’s Andrew Ferworn rips his opening drive at the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour stop Monday at Predator Ridge. (Roger Knox - Morning Star)

Spooky good deals this October at top Okanagan golf course

Predator Ridge brings in Golftoberfest starting Oct. 1

The fall season has brought in scary good deals at a top Okanagan golf destination.

Predator Ridge’s Golftoberfest starts Oct. 1 and runs for the ending three weeks of the golf season.

The Okanagan golf season doesn’t last long so avid golfers across the valley may be looking for a tee-time at Predator Ridge one last time before the end of the year.

READ MORE: UBC Okanagan golf team starts season with historic win

Rounds of golf from Oct. 1 to 20 come in the $60 to $70 range at the resort’s two courses — Predator Course and Ridge Course.

For more information, visit predatorridge.com.

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