I like to track this every year so I can see which holes take me the longest. 2018 I'm pretty sure I got them all off the silver tees and it was the last par 3 that took me the longest. 2019 I think I was 1 or 2 short. Right now the Golf Canada website appears to be a bit messed up and has already butchered a couple of my scores for 2020 but I always put in hole by hole and it tracks them under "ultimate scorecard" once you have enough rounds in. I like to play silver and blue tees but to birdie every hole off the blue tees would be a real stretch for me. Only managed to get out 3 times this year due to snow and we played back 9 twice one time, front nine twice another time and all 18 the last time. I got one birdie each time so have 10, 6 and 4 checked so far.
I really like my hybrids. I've got em in 3-5 and then to bladed irons. It wasn't til about 5i did I feel that I needed more launch and ball speed. The hybrids do a great job of giving you more ball speed, higher launch, and even a bit more spin (depending on the model). All that makes for nice high ball flight that will hold the greens for me, e.g., I get 50* descent with most all of my irons and pretty close to about 50* descent angle with the 4 and 5; the 3 comes in a bit lower but still manages at least 45* with a good strike (meaning, not thin). The 3w comes in about 40-42* and the driver about the same (would like to hit it a bit lower descent angle-wise). Blends in nicely.
Yes, Nick North is nothing special.....kinda boring on the holes across the highway....IMO....the worse of the Whistler courses.
It's such a rip off at approx $170 full rack rate in the summer.
Luckily via someone who knew a guy in the pro shop....played it for $40 back in 2003.