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Make your way through Seattle, the surrounding metro area and Puget Sound, and the Washington coast for excellent golf opportunities.
The Washington National Golf Club is in southern Seattle just east of downtown Auburn. This 18-hole Seattle golf club is the home course for the men's and women's golf teams of the University of Washington. It's a par-72 measuring in at 7,300 yards from the Championship Tees and just about 5,100 from the ladies.
Other Seattle area golf courses include the Jefferson Park Golf Course, Bellevue Golf Course, and the Golf Club at Newcastle.
Neighboring Tacoma and Lakewood, the Chambers Bay Golf Course – future host of the 2015 U.S. Open Championship next June. After 18 holes, enjoy a snack or drink at the Chambers Bay Grill.
South of Tacoma along Interstate 5, Tumwater features the Tumwater Valley Golf Club, while Chehalis is home to the Riverside Golf Club. Visit in the spring for Tumwater Valley Golf Club St. Patrick's Day events like Closest to the Leprechaun Tree, the Lucky 7 Iron Hole, Closest to the Pot of Gold chipping contest, and the Long Drive battle.
For some golf on the coast, don't miss the Ocean Shores Golf Course in, you guessed it, Ocean Shores. Be sure to try other Washington coast golf courses like the Peninsula Golf Course in Long Beach, the Surfside Golf Course in Ocean Park, or the Highland Golf Course in Cosmopolis.
Set near the Washington-Oregon border, you'll find the Three Rivers Golf Club – one of Kelso's top golf destinations. In mid-July, check out the Heritage Bank Women's Scramble, one of the top female golf tournaments in the lower Columbia.
As you plan your next visit Seattle and surrounding areas, book your tee times with confidence – local courses are sure to challenge all handicaps, but with such sterling views, affordable rates, and always comfortable accommodations, you're sure to have memorable time.
Make your way into Washington and experience exemplary golf in the metro Seattle area. The Bellevue Golf Course, found less than 15 miles east of downtown Seattle, is a premier choice for golfers visiting the Evergreen State.
A public course maintained by the city of Bellevue, the Bellevue Golf Course features 18 holes, each with lush fairways, well-maintained greens, and plenty of trees to challenge even the most seasoned golfer. Before you tee off, hit the Bellevue Driving Range, and after your round, check out the Bellevue Grill for food and drinks.
When you travel with your clubs and you find yourself in the Puget Sound region of Washington, head for Chambers Bay Golf Course. Host of the 2015 U.S. Open Championship – one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world – Chambers Bay is 18 holes of luxurious and lush golf; a true masterpiece.
With the Olympic Mountains as a backdrop, Robert Trent Jones II created one of the most stunning, challenging, and overall rewarding golf experiences in the country. Travel in from nearby Lakewood and see if you can play a round or two.
Reservations are always taken in advance. Chambers Bay Golf Course also hosted the 2010 U.S. Amateur Championships. At the Chambers Bay Grill, you can enjoy a delicious meal as a way to kick start your afternoon, or relax after your round of 18 holes with a snack and a few drinks.
A prime example of the exemplary golf you'll find in Washington, the Golf Club at Newcastle should be on your list of places to play in near Seattle. Built across 350 acres south of downtown Seattle and not far from Kent, the Golf Club at Newcastle has 36 pristine holes, sure to entertain and challenge golfers at all levels.
Enjoy the views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington when you play a round at the Golf Club at Newcastle. In late July of each year, the Golf Club at Newcastle hosts TaylorMade Demo Days, a live demonstration featuring the best of TaylorMade clubs and apparel.
Plan your next trek through Washington and head for the coast – you'll find a host of charming cities and towns, fun attractions, and wealth of excellent golf. Call ahead and reserve your tee time for the Highland Golf Course in Cosmopolis. Drive in from Tumwater or Ocean Shores and experience this par-70, 18-hole golf course.
Opened in 1931, Highland Golf Course was designed by William Overdorf, and it features an average slope rating of 111. With a maximum length of 6,112 yards, Highland Golf Course will challenge even the most experienced golfer. Enjoy your next visit to the Washington coast and the city of Cosmopolis when you play a round at Highland Golf Course.
Enjoy your next visit to Washington with a round of 18 holes at the Jefferson Park Golf Course. Just northeast of downtown Seattle, the Jefferson Park Golf Course was built in 1915, is over 6,200 years in length, and has 18 scenic and lush holes to play.
Explore the Seattle area and shoot for par when you play Jefferson Park Golf Course, one of the many public courses in the area. As you play your round at Jefferson Park Golf Course, you'll be treated to stunning views of Mt. Rainier and the city skyline.
Opened in 1961, Ocean Shores Golf Course is an ideal place to shoot for par on your next visit to the Ocean Shores and the Washington coast. Originally a six-hole course, Ocean Shores Golf Course expanded in 1966 to nine holes.
Today, Ocean Shores Golf Course features 18 holes, is a par 71 and plays at 6,252 yards. Famous celebrities like Pat Boone and Clint Eastwood have played Ocean Shores Golf Course, and it's hosted top events in the past – the 1971 Northwest Open, the 1990 Pacific Northwest Pro-Am, and the 2007 PNGA Junior Girls' Championship.
Before your round, hit the practice range at Ocean Shores Golf Course, and after, celebrate your round at the Ocean Shores Clubhouse Snack bar.
Built on 55 acres of scenic and charming shoreline along the Washington coast, Peninsula Golf Course is one of the top executive courses in the state. Play a quick round of nine holes, or double up for a full 18 – the choice is always yours at Peninsula Golf Course.
While nearby coastal cities like Kelso might grab the headlines, Long Beach steals the show with an incredible and unforgettable golf experience – visitors and locals alike all enjoy the challenge of stunning views at Peninsula Golf Course. After you've taken your golf partners to the cleaners, enjoy a celebratory drink and bite to eat at The Cove, Peninsula's on-site lounge and restaurant.
Shoot for the course record at Riverside Golf Club, a premier golf destination near the Washington coast. Found in the city of Chehalis, Riverside Golf Club is a public course featuring 18 of the most well manicured and challenging holes in all of Washington.
Before you tee off, check out the Riverside driving range and practice putting greens – hit a bucket of balls to warm up before your round begins. After you'v played 18 holes at Riverside, head for the Riverside Golf Course Bistro – enjoy a bite to eat and a few celebration drinks.
Known as "Washington coasts' best kept secret," Surfside Golf Course is a top golf destination for visitors and locals alike. You'll enjoy the nearly seaside location of Surfside Golf Course – play the executive style course on your next visit to Chehalis or Ocean Shores.
As you explore the Washington coast and it's charming, small town cities, prepare to play some of the best golf in the state. At Surfisde Golf Course, regular play is open to the public, but memberships are available if you plan on playing multiple times throughout the year.
Established in 1983, the Three Rivers Golf Course is found easily by Interstate 5 in southeastern Washington. Set on the Cowlitz River in Kelso, this public golf facility features 18 regulation holes.
Open year round, Three Rivers Golf Course has a par of 72, a course rating of 70.8, and a slope rating of 117 on 6,700 yards of golf. Designed by Fred Bader, Three Rivers also features a 20-tee driving range.
Boasting an award-winning history, the Tumwater Valley Municipal Golf Course is located in Tumwater – less than an hour from the Pacific Coast. Frequently voted "Best of South Sound" by readers of the Olympian, the 18-hole course lets golfers escape to the tranquil green of the Deschutes River Valley.
Players practice their swing on the facility’s enormous driving range and lessons are frequently available on site from PGA and LPGA member teaching professionals. After a long game, the gloves come off and the drinks come out at River’s Edge restaurant and sports bar.
Get set to play 18 of the most lush and challenging holes when you visit the Washington National Golf Club. A popular golf destination in the Seattle metro area and situated just east of downtown Auburn, the Washington National Golf Club was constructed in 2000 and is the home to the University of Washington Huskies golf team.
In 2006, Fairways and Greens magazine ranked the Washington National Golf Club as one of the best golf experiences in the west, and was labeled as the 5th most challenging course in the state of Washington by the USGA.
The Washington National Golf Club has hosted the NCAA Women's West Regional, the NCAA Men's West Regional, and is open for you to play year round. It is a public course.