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The Top 9 Best Golf Courses in Washington

Washington state is a golfer's paradise, with over 600 courses to choose from. The state boasts a diverse range of landscapes, from coastal courses to mountainous terrain, providing golfers with a unique and challenging experience. Additionally, the mild climate allows for year-round golfing opportunities.

  1. Chambers Bay Golf Course

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    Hosted 2015 US Open, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., located on Puget Sound, links-style course with fescue grass and sand dunes.
  2. Gamble Sands

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    18-hole course designed by David McLay Kidd. Opened in 2014. Located in the Columbia River Basin. Offers panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  3. Gold Mountain Golf Club

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    36-hole course with stunning views of the Olympic Mountains, designed by John Harbottle III and opened in 1996.
  4. Indian Canyon Golf Course

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    18-hole course designed by John Steidel in 1930. Hosted PGA Tour events in the 1940s and 50s. Features challenging terrain and scenic views.
  5. Palouse Ridge Golf Club

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    18-hole championship course designed by John Harbottle III. Hosted 2013 NCAA Men's Golf Championships.
  6. Salish Cliffs Golf Club

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    Award-winning course designed by Gene Bates. Located on the Squaxin Island Tribe reservation. Offers stunning views of the Kamilche Valley.
  7. Suncadia Resort

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    Suncadia Resort's golf course spans over 6,400 yards and features 18 holes, with a par of 70.
  8. The Home Course

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    18-hole course designed by Mike Asmundson & opened in 2007. Hosted 2010 US Amateur Public Links Championship & 2014 US Women's Amateur Public Links.
  9. Wine Valley Golf Club

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    18-hole course designed by Dan Hixson. Opened in 2009. Par 72. 7,360 yards from the back tees. Rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest.