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2300 Golf House Rd
DuPont, WA 98327-8833, United States

This course gets its name as the home offices of both the Pacific Northwest Golf Association and the Washington State Golf Association. This course was the secondary site of the 2010 USGA men's Amateur Championship (Peter Uihlein) and will host the 2014 USGA Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.

The Home Course was designed by Scottsdale-based architect Mike Asmundson to be a walking-friendly layout and offers picturesque views of Puget Sound, Mount Ranier, and the Olympic Mountains.

The peak-season non-affiliated rates here are $52 Mondays through Thursdays, $62 on Fridays, weekends, and holidays. Carts are $15/person.

The club's toll-free telephone is 866.964.0520, while their mailing address is:
PO Box 710
DuPont WA 98327-0710

Course Details
Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$60 - $74
   Weekend:$75 - $99
General Manager:Ron Hagen, PGA
Superintendent:Kelton ('Kelly') Donaldson
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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  GBOGEY - 10/8/15
Great course for a reasonable price. Interesting holes and layout - potential for great scenery if the clouds break.
  beway - 3/30/15
I love this course - it is highly playable and offers plenty of challenge.
  Dedub1 - 2/6/14
Some marshals forget how much you pay for the round. Anything less than 5-hours here is very good,
  Olygolfer - 3/27/12
This course is close to home. (10 miles) It's my "Go To" course because of the layout and conditions. Pace of play can be annoying since the marshals are lax -often 5+ hrs. - but the course is a true gem. Along with Chambers Bay, it hosted the 2010 U.S. Amateur. (Won by Peter Uhlein)
  Jimgolf4 - 10/20/11
The course wants you to finish a round in about 4 hours. So unless you are very good, and familiar with this course, you will be hounded by marshalls to pick up the pace, even if you are not holding anyone up, and are on pace for a 4 hour, 30 minute plus or minus round. I also hate slow play, but seems to me a sub 5 hour round on a tough course, with long distances between green a tees is ok. After paying $82, I expected more courtesy.
  Chardorama - 9/19/15
  ibew76 - 3/15/14
  ryanpalmer2811 - 10/6/13
  StevenTrue - 8/9/13
  bburbank - 7/27/13
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Best Score: 61

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Score Golfer Date
32* dandt2006 3/7/10
72 BRANDON D 2/26/13
70 smithtl 7/3/14
71 halledmo 12/21/15
69 Jim Gustafson 5/21/16
71 kfollansbee 7/20/16
72 KGrowdon 7/10/11
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