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Championship Golf Around Puget Sound
The Puget Sound area may be one of the most championship starved regions in the United States.  With only one major to it's credit in the last 15 years, the people in this area can't wait to host both the 2010 US Amateur and the 2015 US Open.

So now is your chance to play the courses that will host these great championships, as well as the area's other top golf facilities.

Chose from the list below to learn more about the courses we work with:
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Chambers Bay, Washington State’s golf masterpiece - is a unique tribute to the historic links of Scotland and Ireland.
Over the last decade, Gold Mountain has become one of the most popular and successful public courses in the entire Pacific Northwest.
The Golf Club at Hawks Prairie consists of two distinct, public 18-hole golf courses: The Woodlands and The Links.
Want to play golf close to Canada but not actually have to cross the border? Check out our great packages to Semiahmoo and Loomis Trail.
Unique five-tee placements at each hole provide players at every level with maximum enjoyment and challenge, while the stunning tranquility is supplemented by design: no two holes border one another.
The Golf Course at The Resort At Port Ludlow was designed by Robert Muir Graves to provide a challenging, yet rewarding Golf experience.
It'll be another great Jacobsen-Hardy golf course for our clients to play when visiting the Central Washington area.
Have you tried playing the Prospector or Rope Rider courses, two of the best new tracks in Washington? You'll love them!
Play in the footsteps of some of the best amateur and professional golfers in the world with the 'Championship Experience' of Chambers Bay, The Home Course and Gold Mountain.
Clean lines and a spare beauty characterize the layout, which opens and closes with panoramic views of Puget Sound.
Set in the watershed of Redmond, Washington, the Trilogy Golf Club at Redmond Ridge carves its way through native forests and challenging water features.
Trophy Lake offers a daring, risk-reward golf experience with sloping fairways, expansive greens and more than 80 deep-faced, white sand bunkers.
While demanding enough to test the most accomplished player, Washington National, with its tee options ranging from 5,100 to 7,300 yards, will motivate and reward players of all skill levels.
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