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Travel through central Washington and the Cascades Region for unmatched golf courses. Whether you're a scratch golfer, weekend warrior, or just love the game, a wealth of green awaits.
Visit the Okanogan Valley Golf Club in Omak – a charming yet challenging executive-style course. This Omak golf course does offer membership, but is also open to the public – so play the nine holes for a quick round, or double up and get your full 18 at Okanogan Valley Golf Club.
North of Wenatchee you'll discover Desert Canyon Golf Course in Orondo. With stunning views of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest and the Columbia River, Desert Canyon offers five different tee boxes on each of the 18 holes. Enjoy a celebratory drink at CJ's Oasis – so long as you didn't place last in your foursome.
Check out the 18-hole Alta Lake Golf Course – entertaining and challenging golfers since 1974. Near Leavenworth, Cashmere is home to the scenic Mount Cashmere Golf Course.
When your Washington travels land you in Yakima, you'll want to try two of the top area courses. The Apple Tree Golf Course features the Apple Island Green – you'll, literally, be putting on an island. Then try your luck at Suntides Golf Course. Northeast of Yakima is Ephrata, where you'll encouter more stunning views and stellar golf at the Oasis Park Municipal Golf Course.
Closer to the Washington-Oregon border, book a tee time at Black Rock Creek Golf Course as you explore Sunnyside and Prosser. Black Rock Creek yields 6,664 yards of lush fairways and neatly manicured greens – 18 holes and a par of 72 await at this public course.
Just outside of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest you'll find the Alta Lake Golf Course. A top golf destination in the Washington Cascades, Alta Lake Golf Course is a short drive from Omak, and is sure to yield a full day of birdies, bunker shots, and par saves. Alta Lake Golf Course is an 18-hole masterpiece.
At Alta Lake Golf Course in Washington, you'll find affordable rates with varied discounts for seniors and juniors. Before you tee off at Alta Lake Golf Course, check out Cafe Express and fill up on breakfast. After your round is over, check your foursome and find out who's got the low score – lunch is on them! You can even load up on snacks to take with you make your way to the first hole.
Not far outside of the Yakima Indian Reservation, check out the Apple Tree Golf Course on you next visit to Washington. Travel along I-82 into Yakima and experience one of the premier golf courses in the Washington Cascades. A relatively new course, Apple Tree Golf Course was constructed in the early 2000s.
Enjoy a fine day of golf at this exemplary golf course – it was given a four-star rating by Golf Digest. Many golfers look forward to the 17th hole, which features the famous Apple Island Green – picture a lake, with a small green in the center, and a walking path from the course; but the island-green is shaped like an Apple. Take in all the majestic views over 18 holes at Apple Tree Golf Course.
Established in 1947, the Black Rock Creek Golf Course is located in southeastern Washington in the city of Sunnyside. Found along I-82, the public Black Rock Creek golf facility features 18 regulation holes.
With a par of 72, Black Rock Creek yields a course rating of 70.2, and a slope rating of 112 across 6,664 beautiful yards of golf. Set on Blue grass and designed by Kelly Bowen, the Sunnyside golf course also offers a 12-tee driving range.
Plan your next visit to Ellensburg and bring your golf clubs along for the ride. You'll want to play a round or two at the Ellensburg Golf Club. Only minutes from I-90, and bordering the Yakima River, the Ellensburg Golf Club yields full days of pars, birdies, and – hopefully not too many – bogeys.
A premier golf course in the Cascades, this nine-hole executive stunner – par-35, and 2,988 yards from the back tees. You'll find Ellensburg Golf Club only minutes northwest of downtown Ellensburg. The course also features a slope rating of 115, with a course rating of 35.9.
Draw out your plans for another exciting trip through the Washington Cascades and head for the charming city of Cashmere. You'll find a bevy of attractive and unique sites, including the Mount Cashmere Golf Course – an ideal way to spend the afternoon with friends, a few family members, or even clients.
Drive in from nearby Leavenworth or Wenatchee and get ready for one of the most exemplary nine-hole courses in all of Washington state. This executive course allows you to play a quick nine holes, or double back around for a full 18. Mount Cashmere Golf Course is down the street from the Chelan County Fairgrounds and is at the bast of Mount Cashmere.
Travel with your clubs across the Washington Cascades and head for Okanogan Valley Golf Club. Open year round – or at least until the frost melts – the Okanogan Valley Golf Club is a well maintained executive public course just west of downtown Omak.
While the course is open to the public, th Omak golf course does offere memberships – if you plan on visiting regularly, you'll enjoy discounted rates and other benefits as a member. You'll discover Okanogan Valley Golf Club just off of Conconully Road on Danker Cutoff Road.
Playing to nearly 6,000 yards, Suntides Golf Course is an ideal way to spend an afternoon in Yakima. As you plan out your next trek through the Washington Cascades, be sure to book a tee time for this 18-hole golf extravaganza. Because the area features nearly 300 days of sunshine each year, you're sure to find just the tee time you're hoping for.
Opened in 1965 and designed by Joe Greer, Suntides Golf Course yields challenging and fun play, with stunning views of central Washington. Suntides Golf Course is easily located just off of Highway 12, and it sports a 66.4 course rating, along with a slope rating of 110.
Make the most of your next visit to Washington and check out one of the top executive courses in the state – the Oasis RV Park & Golf Course. Like all executive courses, Oasis RV Park & Golf Course allows you to play the nine holes once through, or double them up for a full 18-hole experience.
As you explore the depths of Ephrata – the charming and quaint city where Oasis RV Park & Golf Course is found – you'll notice an ease of access to and from the city via Basin St. and I-90. Oasis RV Park & Golf Course was opened in 1975, and it also features the Ephrata Mini Golf Course for the kids.
Enjoy a premier golf experience in the Washington Cascades when you play 18 holes at Desert Canyon Golf Course. South of Wenatchee, and easily accessed from Hwy 97, Desert Canyon Golf Course provides access to some of the most luxurious and lush holes in the state – the stunning views of the Columbia River aren't bad either.
Ranked as the 8th best course in the state of Washington by Golf Digest in 2014, Desert Canyon provides a challenge for even the most seasoned golfer. Check out CJ's Oasis before or after your round for food and drinks – check with your foursome for the low score; lunch is on them!