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Broadmoor Golf Club

Broadmoor Golf Club

Seattle, Washington
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Patrick Koenig
01/06
Patrick Koenig
ArchitectBadgeA. V. Macan
Seattle, Washington
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Opened for play in 1927, the course at Broadmoor Golf Club is an A.V. Macan design located next to the University of Washington Arboretum in Seattle, with fairways routed over gently undulating terrain in two distinct returning nines.

In The American Private Golf Club Guide , author Daniel Wexler has this to say about the course:

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“It’s a solid, established test whose tree-lined fairways are flanked by stately homes. Among its stronger holes are the 225-yard 7th , the 425-yard 10th (where trees impede the entrance to a particularly narrow green) and the 495-yard 18th , an enjoyable par five with Lake Washington wetlands right and a pond guarding the green.”

Byron Nelson won the Seattle Open here in 1945 when he posted a 21-under par aggregate score of 259 for four rounds as he cruised to 13-stroke victory over his nearest rival. This was the year he won a record eighteen tournaments, including eleven consecutive.

In terms of USGA championships, the club hosted the US Girls’ Junior in 1961, the US Women’s Amateur in 1974 and 1984, and the US Senior Women’s Amateur in 1994.

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A. V. Macan

Arthur Vernon Macan was a prolific golf writer and he carefully constructed detailed clay models of the holes he designed. He remained active in both writing and design until his sudden death in 1964.

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