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Golf Courses in Washington

Washington features a wealth of top golf courses, no matter your level of play. From first-timers to the nearly pro, golfers can enjoy a round of 18 holes throughout the Evergreen State.

Not far outside of Auburn, and a short drive from downtown Seattle, discover the Washington National Golf Club, home course to the University of Washington Huskies. Other top Seattle-area greens include Bellevue Golf Course, the Golf Club at Newcastle, and the Jefferson Park Golf Course.

Further south in Chehalis, check out the Riverside Golf Club, or swing by the  Tumwater Valley Golf Club in Tumwater. Just outside of Tacoma and Lakewood is the Chambers Bay Golf Course, one of the most prestigious courses in Washington and host of the 2015 U.S. Open Championship next June.

For Washington golf on the Pacific Coast, check out the Peninsula Golf Course, Surfside Golf Course, and Ocean Shores Golf Course – this one in Ocean Shores.

As you explore the central region of Washington, the Cascades open up a slew of possibilities for exceptional golf. Just north of Wenatchee, play 18 holes at the Desert Canyon Golf Course in Orondo. Closer to Omak, book your tee time now for the Okanogan Valley Golf Club, while your time in Cashmere should be spent at the Mount Cashmere Golf Course. 

Out east, you can visit Spokane and play a round at the Indian Canyon Golf Course. South of Spokane, visit Colfax for the Colfax Golf Course – another of executive style course. Travel to nearby Ritzville and play the Ritzville Municipal Golf Course, or head to Clarkston for the 18-hole Clarkston Golf & Country Club.

In Yakima you can play both the Apple Tree Golf Course and the Suntides Golf Course. Nearby Ephrata is home to the Oasis Park Municipal Golf Course. Head to Walla Walla where you'll enjoy the Wine Valley Golf Club. Other nearby courses include the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco, and the Touchet Valley Golf Course in Dayton.

From the Coast to Seattle, the Cascades, and out in eastern Washington, find your new favorite course to play in Washington.