Golfing Year Round

 

Sunland Golf and Country Club

Sunland Golf and Country Club

As you enter Sunland Golf and Country Club on Taylor Boulevard you are immediately impressed by the sight of the sun on the beautiful fairway seen through the tall cedars and rhododendrons. The course was designed in 1963 by the famous A.V Macan who passed away after completing the design. Mr. Macan created some of the best courses in the Northwest such as Marine Drive, Royal Colwood, Victoria Golf Club, Shaughnessy, Capilano, Fircrest, Inglewood, Overlake and many more. Our championship course which has played host to numerous state regional and local tournaments is challenging, yet offers a highly enjoyable golfing experience with several tee options to accommodate golfers of all abilities.(excerpt taken from Sunland Golf and Country Club website.)  If you can play well here you can play anywhere. That’s coming from a duffer like me.

 

Dungness Golf Course

Dungness Golf Course

The Cedars at Dungeness. Voted BEST GOLF COURSE in Evening Magazines “Best Northwest Escapes” voters poll two years in a row, The Cedars at Dungeness is not your average golf course. Located in sunny Sequim, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula, this year-round 6,610-yard, par 72, 18-hole Championship course is known to be the driest course in Western Washington. Nestled in a lush valley, it is the perfect setting to host a number of Pro and Pro-Am tournaments throughout the year. (excerpt taken from The Cedars at Dungeness website)   Beautiful course with great restaurant and bar.

 

Skyridge Golf Course

Skyridge Golf Course

   Skyridge Golf Course. SkyRidge Golf Course is a unique links style nine hole golf course that now offers Two completely different set of tees. Completed in March SkyRidge Golf Course has as close to an 18 hole golf course that a nine hole facility can offer. The New set of tees even changes the par on four holes. Come out and visit our brand new club house and play 18 holes.  SkyRidge Golf Course is located in the picturesque Dungeness Valley in Sequim Washington. (excerpt taken from the Skyridge website.)