Dramatically sculpted into the Pacific Northwest splendor, the Olympic course has garnered impressive awards and has taken its place as one of America’s finest municipally-owned golf courses. Wooded enclaves, rolling terrain and wide fairways are touted by the Cascade Course, with a long history of providing championship golf in the Northwest. Stunning mountain views and delicious cuisine combine to offer relaxation and great memories under the roof of Gold Mountain’s clubhouse, as well as the ability to host 300 guests for special events.
Course Record: 65
Golf Course Characteristics: Host – NCAA Men’s Regional Championship (2015)
Host – U.S. Junior Amateur Championship (2011)
Host – NCAA Men’s West Regional Golf Championship (2008)
Host – University of Washington Husky Invitational (October)
Host – 81st U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship (2006)
Tree-lined fairways, but open off the tee. Lots of mounding with the large collection areas around every green. A bit hillier than the Cascade Course, but still walkable. Well received by every level of golfer.
Course Record: 63 Men | 64 Women (Catherina Li, October 19, 2011)
Golf Course Characteristics: Tree-lined fairways with plenty of driving area. The greens and surrounding areas are golfer friendly. The golf course is very well received by every level of player. It’s very walkable with minimal elevation changes.