Set out in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, the 18-hole layout at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge (formerly a TPC property) is Jack Nicklaus’s first Signature course in the Pacific Northwest
The original course at Gold Mountain Golf Club opened in 1971. 25 years later, it was totally eclipsed by John Harbottle III’s Olympic layout, where the US Junior Amateur Championships were held in 2011.
Characterised by tight, tree-lined fairways, the course at Fircrest Golf Club is an A.V. Macan design dating back to 1923, the year after the club was founded.
Featuring a large double green at holes 10 and 17, the Loomis Trail Golf Club course is a Graham Cooke layout that opened for play at the facility in 1993.
Robert Muir Graves laid out The Resort at Port Ludlow’s woodland 9-hole circuits in the mid-1970s. The remaining two loops, named Tide and Timber, enjoy spectacular views over Ludlow Bay.
Set in the Columbia River Valley, the course at the Desert Canyon Golf Resort is a Jack Frei public facility that offers golfers an authentic desert golf experience in the shadow of the majestic Cascade Mountains.
The Prospector course at the Suncadia Resort was the first of two public tracks to open at a 54-hole facility which also includes the private Tumble Creek Club layout.
As aquatic hazards come into play at the opening five holes at Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club, golfers are advised to “get in the game” quickly or bear the watery consequences.
Renovated by John Steidel in 1989 when he added three new holes, the short, tree-lined old course at Tacoma Country & Golf Club is more than a century old.
White Horse Golf Club opened in 2007 but it quickly ran into financial difficulties and was taken over by the operators of the Suquamish Clearwater Resort and Casino...