Owned and operated by the Washington State Golf Association and the Pacific Northwest Golf Association, the Home Course is a Mike Asmundson design located on the site of DuPont’s former dynamite manufacturing plant, close to Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Configured as two returning 9-hole circuits, the DuPont Nine and the Weyerhaeuser Nine, the course can be extended to 7,474 yards from the back tees. With a pond fronting the green on the 434-yard 7th (“Rainer”), this is the toughest hole on the outward half. On the back nine, the 466-yard 13th (“Head Wind”) is another monster par four, normally played into the prevailing breeze.
The course hosted the 38th and last edition of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship in 2014, when Fumie Jo from China became the sixth overseas winner of the event, defeating Eun Jeong Seong from South Korea 3&2 in the 36-hole final match.