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Best Golf Courses in Washington

One of the season’s best (and perhaps most underrated activities) involves heading out to the local golf courses and teeing off. Fortunately, Washington has lush golf courses and landscapes galore that not only provide perfect terrain for a competitive game, but also picturesque views of the Pacific Northwest as the backdrop. These are the best golf courses in Washington to visit this fall.

Photo courtesy Wine Valley Golf Club.

Wine Valley Golf Club

Walla Walla

Wine Valley Golf Club manages to combine two great things into one, with a world-class course made up of challenging terrains and spectacular views, all settled within Downtown Walla Walla, which is a city that’s home to tasting rooms and art galleries to thriving restaurants and more. The area is even ranked as one of the best wine destinations in the world. So grab a glass and get ready to tee off (maybe not at the same time though). For more information, visit www.winevalleygolfclub.com.

Photo courtesy Auburn Golf Course.

Auburn Golf Course

Auburn

Auburn Golf Course is hailed as one of Washington’s most premier golfing destinations, and features an 18-hole course that’s set against the backdrop of Washington’s most ethereal sights. The course also has no shortage of events and offerings, including a pro shop, equipment and power cart rentals, professional instruction, tournament and so much more. For more information, visit www.auburngolf.org.

Photo courtesy The Golf Club at Newcastle.

The Golf Club at Newcastle

Newcastle

The Golf Club at Newcastle is so remarkably beautiful, it might spark an interest in even the most amateur golfers looking for an excuse to hit the greens and immerse themselves in Washington’s most exquisite nature scene. The lot is home to 350 expansive acres and celebrates the spirit of competitive golf through 36 holes of championship terrain. For more information, visit www.newcastlegolf.com.

Photo courtesy Gamble Sands.

Gamble Sands

Brewster

There’s a lot to love about Gamble Sands Golf Course. The real highlights, though, are the variety of landscape that’s provided to professional golfers and amateurs alike. From extra challenging Sands and Quick Sands courses to exquisitely peaceful corners of the lot that are surrounded by the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Mountains, this place is a true haven for golfers. For more information, visit www.gamblesands.com.

Photo courtesy Bellevue Golf Course.

Bellevue Golf Course

Bellevue

Those looking to enjoy a full-service golf course can’t go wrong with a visit to Bellevue Golf Course. Sure, the lot is beautiful. But the golfing destination’s real appeal is in its wide variety of offerings, which include an on-site restaurant and catering, regular competition series and even professional golf instruction for those looking to perfect their technique. For more information, visit www.bellevuepgc.com.

Photo courtesy Salish Cliffs Golf Club.

Salish Cliffs Golf Club

Shelton

Salish Cliffs Golf Club has garnered a lot of attention and praise from professionals, championship leagues, amateurs and wannabe golfers alike. The lush spot was recently named as a Distinguished Golf Destination by the Boardroom, and has continued to attract golfers of all talents, ages and corners of the world ever since. For more information, visit www.salish-cliffs.com.

Photo courtesy Gold Mountain Golf Club.

Gold Mountain Golf Club

Bremerton

The spirit of competitive golf comes to life at the Gold Mountain Golf Club—which is hailed for having one of the most unique histories of any golf course in the Pacific Northwest (and even greater United States). Not only has the Olympic course garnered an impressive share of awards, it’s also earned the credit as being one of America’s finest municipally owned golf courses. For more information, visit www.goldmountaingolf.com.

Photo courtesy Jackson Park Golf Course.

Jackson Park Golf Course

Seattle

Those disinterested in venturing too far outside of the central Seattle area will still have the opportunity to play some great games of golf at the Jackson Park Golf Course. Known as the driest public golf course in Seattle, this lot is located just outside of the city’s downtown hub, and features an 18-hole championship course that’s elevated by a 9-hole executive terrain, as well. For more information, visit www.premiergc.com/-jackson-park-golf-course.

Photo courtesy Chambers Bay.

Chambers Bay

University Place

When it comes to truly beautiful and downright unforgettable golf courses, few have more appeal and credibility than the Chambers Bay Golf Course. Located right near Tacoma in Pierce County, this lot is celebrated as being one of the top public golf courses in the nation. It’s also the first course in the Pacific Northwest to welcome the Men’s U.S. Open Championship. For more information, visit www.chambersbaygolf.com.

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