Best Golf Courses In Seattle, Washington

Best Seattle Golf Courses

Mountains. Forests. Puget Sound. And just a wee bit of rain. It’s Seattle, and it’s magnificent. And regardless of whether golfers are looking to tee it up in the rainy season or the flawless Pacific Northwest weather that runs from June through September, the best golf courses of Seattle listed below are certain to please every single day of the year! With links and parkland designs from Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Arnold Palmer, Robert Muir Graves and too many other golf visionaries to count, Seattle and the surrounding areas of Bellingham and Wenatchee truly have a track for everyone!
Chambers Bay Golf Club
  • University Place, Washington
  • Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
  • Host of the 2015 U.S. Open
  • Arguably the Best Links-Style Course in All of North America
  • Incredible Backdrops of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains
Suncadia Resort
  • Shelton, Washington
  • Designed by Gene Bates
  • Annually Ranked as One of the Best 100 Resort Courses in the Country
  • Scenic Views of the Kamilche Valley and Lush Forestry
  • The 9th and 18th Holes Share a Large, 15,000 Sq. Ft. Double Green
Suncadia Resort
  • Cle Elum, Washington
  • Two 18-hole Courses: Prospector and Rope Rider
  • Designed by Arnold Palmer and Jacobsen Hardy
  • Rope Rider Features Mine Foundations on Holes 9 and 10
  • Prospector Contains Many of Palmer’s Signature Risk-Reward Holes
Avalon Golf Links
  • Burlington, Washington
  • Three Phenomenal Loops at the 27-Hole Facility: North-West, South-North and West-South
  • Designed by Robert Muir Graves
  • Host of Numerous U.S. Open Qualifiers
  • Panoramic Views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges
Druids Glen Golf Club
  • Kent, Washington
  • Designed by Keith Foster
  • Incredible Views of Mount Rainier
  • Over 60 Bunkers Pepper the Layout
  • Majestic Pines Closely Line the Fairways
And when you’re done playing all the best courses in Seattle, take a look at our list of top courses around the world!