Contact Us360.887.3004

We appreciate the opportunity to give local residents an outlet to get fresh air and exercise in a safe environment. We pride ourselves in providing somewhere for our guests and employees to enjoy the game of golf, and we have opened with some very important changes designed to limit contact, transactions, and touch points to ensure everyone's safety. 

As you might expect, our phones are ringing off the hook so please review these Frequently Asked Questions before calling the course.

Are you walking or riding?

We are allowing walking and single rider carts (members of the same household may share a cart). Due to the additional sanitation that each cart undergoes after use, there may be a wait for riding tee times. 

Pull carts will also be available for rent.

How can I book a tee time?

Tee times must be booked through our ONLINE BOOKING ENGINE. No walk up play is allowed.

How do I cancel my booking if I need?

If for any reason you cannot make your tee time, and you booked it through our website, please log in to the ONLINE BOOKING ENGINE to cancel. 

What has been done to limit grouping and touch points?

·      The clubhouse currently closed with the exception of using the restroom or grabbing a scorecard. 

·       Tee times have been spaced to 10 minutes apart, and the course has been set up to limit touch points by removing; bunker rakes, sand bottles, water coolers, ball washers, etc. The cups have been set up to stop the balls from going entirely into the hole for touchless retrieval. Golfers are not allowed to touch the flagsticks at any time.

·      Trash can have been removed from the golf course per WA State guidelines. With this being said, we ask that all golfers pack out what they bring in or purchase and use the trash cans located at the front of the Clubhouse. Please do your part to keep the course in the best condition it has ever been in by not littering, fixing pitch marks and replacing divots.

What should I know when I go to play my round?

Please arrive no more than 30 minutes early to avoid creating any large groups. When arriving on property scorecards can be picked up from a table at main entrance as well as access to the restrooms. Check-In will be done through a window which can be accessed on the deck at the West side of the Clubhouse. Credit Card payments only. Staff will inform guests of additional information based on the guests needs (carts, range, merchandise, key return, etc.). There is no starter and guests are instructed to tee off precisely on their Tee-Time. There are Marshall runs being made regularly in order to ensure everyone's safety as well as to monitor that all rules are being followed. Due to the additional sanitation that each cart undergoes after use, there may be a wait for riding tee times. 

Please check your temperature before leaving your house and stay home if you are sick. Social Distancing is practiced in all areas of our facility and should be practiced on the golf course as well. Do not share clubs and golf equipment with your playing partners or congregate with them in the parking lot before or after your round.

Is the driving range and putting green open?

The driving range and putting green remain open, please keep 6 feet of space from anyone. Range buckets can be purchased at Check-In window outside the Golf-Shop. Range is primarily for Guests with Tee-Times 30 minutes prior to their round, but is open to all guest if not busy. Please call ahead to inquire. Place empty range buckets in collection stand and staff will sanitize prior to bringing back up to Golf-Shop when collecting range balls.

How many people are allowed in the clubhouse?

The clubhouse currently closed with the exception of using the restroom or grabbing a scorecard. 

Are the restrooms open?

Restrooms are open at the front of the Clubhouse through the main entrance. Additional restrooms on the lower level will be made available if traffic dictates the need. Restrooms are being sanitized every hour. Restrooms are also available on the course.

What about food, drinks and merchandise?

·      Food and beverage are available for take out only. There are limited menu items and prepackaged items available for immediate pick up to keep pace with pace of play for golfers. The complete menu is available is placed least 15 minutes ahead by calling 360.887.3004 x 4. All orders can be paid for (Credit Card payments only) via the take out window on the deck on the East side of the Clubhouse.

·       Alcohol will be available for purchase from the golf course, but you are NOT allowed to bring your own per the State’s liquor licensing laws. 

·       Merchandise is available for purchase in the Golf Shop.

What about leagues, outings and events?

League and club play is being coordinated between league/club board members and the Golf-Shop staff. Please contact your league or club representatives directly should you have any questions on procedures or availability.


Social Distancing Modifications
In accordance with the recent Executive Order and Public Health mandates and as the COVID-19 virus continues to impact our communities, we will be implementing Social Distancing Modifications. We are grateful to our to our staff for the hard work and dedication they have put forth to provide you with a safe, fun and enjoyable golf experience.

1. Tee time increments will be every 10 minutes.
2. Each tee time will be twosomes. Foursome’s are only allowed if all golfers are from same household.
3. Credit cards will be the only method of payment. Cards can be kept on file for future purchases at the discretion of the guests.
4. Check in will take place via two windows outside Pro-Shop. Lines of separation will be marked to aid in maintaining social distancing guidelines.
5. Carts are permitted at a first come first serve basis. Each cart will be a single occupant only unless a minor is playing also.
6. Sanitation practices will be increased to enhance the safety of our guests and staff.
7. Flagsticks are always to remain untouched by all golfers.
8. Cups will be designed so that golfers will not need to reach into the hole to retrieve their ball.
9. No flags or cups on all practice areas.
10. No rental clubs available.
11. Range and practice areas will be available for golfers up to 30 minutes before their tee time.
12. All bunker rakes have been removed from the course. Bunkers may be played as waste areas as signified by the scorecard. .
13. All trash cans have also been removed from the course. Trash cans at the clubhouse available to use prior to, on the turn, and at the end of the round.
14. Every other driving range mat has been removed to provide for plenty of distancing. No congregating is allowed at driving range or any other practice area.
15. Practice social distancing guidelines in all areas of the property including the parking lot.
16. Access to the restrooms at the clubhouse and on the course will be made available, but no additional access to the Clubhouse/Pro-Shop is allowed at this time.
17. Any/All purchases of merchandise are welcome and will be placed on a table near the front entrance for pick up by guests.
18. Marshall runs will be increased to enhance everyone’s safety.
19. Golfer’s will be encouraged to leave the property after the completion of their round/activity to help avoid gathering in groups.
20. The only entry points for guests will be the main entrance and lower level side entrance for access to the restrooms.
21. Take out options are available for full food and beverage menu. Please allow for enough time when getting food and drink and/or call ahead (360) 887-3004 Option 4.

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