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Guide - Attractions - Golf Courses

Canterwood Golf Club

12606 54th Ave NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98332 253-851-1745

Description: GIG HARBOR. Bring your camera to this exquisitely beautiful course. Plush fairways, always well manicured, are narrow and lined with a number of trees. Mounded, undulating, sloping ­ all terms can be used to describe the demanding greens, which are typically fast and always in great condition. Roll a few putts first to get the feel for the test ahead of you. Only a few bunkers and water hazards come into play. Still, the course is quite challenging.
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Gold Mountain Golf Club ­ Olympic Course

7263 W Belfair Valley Rd, Bremerton, WA 98312 360-415-5432

Description: BREMERTON. This lengthy course features some long, demanding holes but also presents opportunities for low scores. Incredibly scenic, these fairways are in perfect condition and provide ample room. Greens, though well maintained, are on the small side and are surrounded by gaping bunkers requiring careful shot selection on approaches. Once on these greens, you'll find they're extremely fast and contain some tricky breaks.
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Harbour Pointe Golf Club

11817 Harbour Pointe Blvd, Mukilteo, WA 98275 425-355-6060

Description: MUKILTEO. Featuring two distinctly different nines, this outstanding course is an excellent choice. The front nine is relatively flat and typically wet due to the proximity of the surrounding wetlands. As you make the turn, you're greeted by rolling hills and changes in elevation, which offer more scenic views of the area and of neighboring Puget Sound. These greens are large and sloping, so accurate approach shots will help you avoid the lengthy putts that can often be found here.
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McCormick Woods Golf Course

5155 McCormick Woods Dr SW, Port Orchard, WA 98367 360-895-0130

Description: PORT ORCHARD. Nestled amid enormous fir trees, this course winds through an old Christmas tree farm. As you would expect, most fairways are narrow and bordered by a thick tree line. While few problems are presented by the water that comes into play on occasion, the largest challenge comes from the terrain and layout, which causes the course to play even longer than it's listed. Local knowledge will help navigate some of the trouble on this challenging track.
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Port Ludlow Golf Club

751 Highland Dr, Port Ludlow, WA 98365 360-437-0272

Description: PORT LUDLOW. Featuring three 9-hole layouts, this course invites golfers to choose from one of three excellent 18-hole combinations. Watch the breathtaking views provided by rolling hills, and it's easy to forget about playing golf. Snaking through a forest, the fairways are tight and tree-lined. Several substantial drops in elevation create large ravines that must be traversed during the round. Small, fast greens await approach shots on these remarkable courses.
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Sahalee Country Club ­ South/North

21200 NE Sahalee Country Club Dr, Sammamish, WA 98053 425-453-0484

Description: SAMMAMISH. With three possible 18-hole configurations, the South/North course stands out at this country club. Water comes into play on occasion, so keeping the ball in play off the tee is important. Hilly fairways lead to uneven lies for approaches. Having been a host site of the 1998 PGA Championship, this course has a proven track record of testing the world's best. Members only.
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Seattle Golf Club

210 NW 145th St, Seattle, WA 98177 206-363-8811

Description: NORTH METRO. This course has been around longer than most and continues to turn heads. Hitting your spots off the tee is important, since overhanging trees can hinder approach shots if you're on the wrong side of the fairway. Water comes into play only on occasion, but it will sneak up and grab you if you aren't paying attention. Stay focused on this challenging course, and you'll be happy with the result.
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