+4 votes Tim "TIMMBO" Wenrich › April 7, 2011
+4 votes Adin Nelson › June 2, 2011
sick course....dense forest setting in a huge park, brand new baskets, tee pads on the way. Very challenging with par 4's and 5's (red and black tees on all 18)....bit of a drive but well worth it! rollers and skip shots are out and it will test your skill level for sure..last basket is on top of a 4ft pyramid- pretty cool. flows pretty good once you get to hole 1, after that there are directional signs to next hole. definitely recommended! i believe red tees play par as 63???
+1 votes erik jo-jo johansen › June 13, 2011
ITS BULL**** BECAUSE THERE ARE MANY HOLES THAT NEED TO BE PAR 4S AND 5S. VERY LONG AND HEAVILY WOODED...OUCH. NEEDS TO BE GROOMED BETTER
+3 votes Josh Marcella › December 10, 2011
Really nice course. Tee pads are excellent, and baskets are brand new. I thought the course was a cross between Champoeg and Pier park combined.
+5 votes Shawn Fulk › February 16, 2012
Awesome place to play. Well worth the drive. Well marked and easy to navigate on your first time there. Friendly locals. Granted, there are a few long ones that should be par 4's. You would have to look real hard to find something to complain about this place.
+2 votes - Gwillim - › February 27, 2012
Great course. Only drawbacks are the lack of amenities. Probably the best tournament level course in Washington.
+2 votes Bo Hicks › May 16, 2012
+0 votes Morgan Rothrock › July 10, 2012
+1 votes Chris A › July 10, 2012
+1 votes Dru Stylez › October 8, 2012
Solid Course to Play... All the things you want to see... Right Here!