Washington’s Top-10 Public Courses of 2019: By Region

Published on Tuesday, August 13th, 2019 in News

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In addition to our top-10 courses statewide, here’s a roundup of our favorites in each region, to help with planning your next golf getaway. We’ve mixed premium tracks with local favorites, too, so you can play for days without busting your budget:

Port Ludlow No. 7

Peninsula
1. Gold Mountain – Olympic (Bremerton)
2. Salish Cliffs (Shelton)
3. Trophy Lake (Port Orchard)
4. White Horse (Kingston)
5. Port Ludlow (Port Ludlow)
6. McCormick Woods (Port Orchard)
7. Cedars at Dungeness (Sequim)
8. Gold Mountain – Cascade (Bremerton)
9. Alderbrook (Union)
10. Discovery Bay (Port Townsend)

Seattle/Tacoma/Eastside
1. Chambers Bay (University Place)
2. The Home Course (DuPont)
3. Washington National (Auburn)
4. Druids Glen (Covington)
5. Newcastle – Coal Creek (Newcastle)
6. The Classic (Spanaway)
7. West Seattle (Seattle)
8. Lake Spanaway (Spanaway)
9. Mount Si (North Bend)
10. Eagles Pride (Tacoma)

Apple Tree, Yakima

Central/Eastern Washington
1. Gamble Sands (Brewster)
2. Wine Valley (Walla Walla)
3. Palouse Ridge (Pullman)
4. Prospector at Suncadia (Roslyn)
5. Desert Canyon (Orondo)
6. Apple Tree (Yakima)
7. Bear Mountain Ranch (Chelan)
8. Rope Rider at Suncadia (Roslyn)
9. Indian Canyon (Spokane)
10. Creek at Qualchan (Spokane)

North
1. Loomis Trail (Blaine)
2. Avalon (Burlington)
3. Eaglemont (Mount Vernon)
4. Shuksan (Bellingham)
5. Homestead Farms (Bellingham)
6. Snohomish (Snohomish)
7. North Bellingham (Bellingham)
8. Whidbey (Oak Harbor)
9. Harbour Pointe (Mukilteo)
10. Swinomish (Anacortes)




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