McCormick Woods Golf Course

Published on Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 in Course of the Week

Port Orchard | (800) 323-0130
Web:
mccormickwoodsgolf.com

If you haven’t been to McCormick Woods for a couple of years, you might not recognize it — nearly 3,000 trees were removed on the property in 2015 (not all on the course itself), to increase light and airflow to the greens, increase pace of play, and reduce maintenance costs. While the changes haven’t significantly affected the way the course plays — 99 percent of the trees removed weren’t in play unless you sprayed your shot O.B. — they have dramatically altered the way it looks. From the clubhouse, four holes are now visible, including the 1st and 10th tees and the No. 9 and No. 18 greens, as is the on-course cafe, formerly tucked amongst the tall pines between No. 9 and 10 and all but invisible to clubhouse diners.

It’s been a well-received ugprade to an already outstanding course — with rates that top out at $64 in the summertime, and all kinds of discounts and specials available, McCormick has been one of the Puget Sound region’s most popular courses for the last 30 years.

And that’s exactly where you’ll find us next Saturday, July 22, as up to 64 teams of Cascade Golfer Cup players will take to the course for the Srixon Invitational at McCormick Woods, the next event in the Northwest’s premier annual tournament series.

In addition to the stay-and-plays to Las Vegas that winning teams will enjoy, we’ll prize out the top-15 net and top-10 gross-scoring teams, plus winners of six different hole contests. And we’re not talking pro shop credit, either — we’re talking twosomes and foursomes at some of the top courses in the state, stay-and-plays, golf clubs and more.

Plus, every player entered will receive a complimentary ticket to the PGA TOUR Champions Tour’s Boeing Classic at The Golf Club at Snoqualmie Ridge this August, featuring John Daly, Fred Couples, and the rest of golf’s greats.

A round of golf at one of the top Northwest tracks, Boeing Classic tickets, and (at worst) a better than one-in-three chance at winning an incredible prize? Yeah, we’re in. Want to join us? Click here to learn more!




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