Tournament Details

Tournament Fees

Tournament Fees are:

  • $360 per two-person team (tournament only)
  • $470 per two-person team (tournament and one room for two at Swinomish Casino & Lodge)
  • $580 per two-person team (tournament and two rooms, one Friday, one Saturday at Swinomish Casino & Lodge)
  • $580 per two-person team (tournament and two rooms Saturday night)

Tournament fees cover golf, cart, range balls, Dinner Saturday night at the Swinomish Casino & Lodge and Lunch Sunday at Swinomish Golf Links. Also included is entry into the Saturday night Welcome Reception at Swinomish Casino and Lodge.

Bonus: The first 25 teams registered will receive two rounds of golf via $40 value per player.

Bonus: The first 50 teams registered will receive a 2 for 1 to Wine Valley Golf Club. Value $105. Ranked by Golfweek as the 2nd best public course in Washington.

Payment is in the form of cash, check, or credit card.



The top 10 Net and Top 3 gross teams will prize out daily. The top 10 Net teams overall for the weekend will prize out as well as the top two gross teams. There will also be 7 hole contests daily. A team can only prize out in either Net or Gross daily. Only the top 10 net and top 3 gross daily will prize out daily.

That is right, we have 50 Prizes for the weekend! Considering the event field size is limited to 64 teams, you have to like your odds at coming home with some loot!

The net weekend champions will receive a Arizona Golf Package consisting of Airfare, Four nights lodging, two rounds of golf for two plus TICKETS TWO DAYS AT THE WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN.

Start Times
  • Saturday – 9:00am. Two person Best Ball at Avalon Golf Links
  • Sunday – 8:000am. Two person Scramble at Swinomish Golf Links

The North Sound Shootout will feature a different format each day.

  • Avalon Golf Links-Two Person Best Ball
  • Swinomish Golf Links-Two Person Scramble
Format Descriptions
  • Best Ball: Each player on the team will play their own ball the entire round. The player with the lowest score – or “best ball” – on each hole records that score as the team score.
  • Scramble: Each player will hit his/her tee shot (First Stroke). The team will then choose to play one of the two shots. Each player then hits a shot from the approximate position of the ball they chose (2nd stroke). Repeat until the ball is holed, counting strokes accordingly. Please note, you must use 6 tee shots from each player and note it on the scorecard.

This is Net And Gross Scoring Event. All players must have a registered and active handicap to compete on the net. Some formats will used a player’s full handicap, while others will use a percentage of their handicap. Cascade Golfer reserves the right to use your current handicap index, your lowest handicap in the last 12 months or a tournament handicap based on previous tournament events, including the Cascade Golfer Cup. Cascade Golfer is committed to ensuring that all golfers are playing to an accurate handicap. If the tournament feels any player has manipulated their handicap index in any form, or otherwise has been dishonest about their handicap, they will be instantly disqualified and no refund will be offered.


We use the USGA Recommendations percentages for Scramble

  • Best Ball: Full course handicap for each player. Ex: Tom has a course handicap of 9. Jerry’s is 14. On the hole with the course handicap of 11 Jerry will get one stroke while Tom will not. If they both hole out in 5 (gross score) Tom will have a net score of 5 while Jerry will have a net score of 4. Jerry’s score would be the team’s net score on that hole.
  • Scramble: Based on the course handicap you take 35% of the lowest handicapped player and 15% of the highest handicapped player and add them together for the team handicap. Net team score will be the team handicap subtracted from the Gross Score

The overall team champion will be determined by the two-day scoring total. The event is open to men and women. Men will play from the Blues, or equivalent, while women will play from the forward tees.


Cancellations after May 20 will not receive a refund.
Cancellation prior to May 19 will receive a full refund, minus a $100 processing fee(per team).
The tournament works very hard to ensure the best possible experience for both the participants and the golf course. A large part of this is proper organization and communication. Because of this, there are No Exceptions on the above cancellation policy.