Golf in Sedro-Woolley

Round of Golf with Cart Rental for Two or Four at Gleneagle Golf Course (59% Off)

Gleneagle Golf Course

Gleneagle

18-hole, 5,851-yard course winds through towering cedars and firs and scenic waters

$85 $35

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Golf for One, Two, or Four with Cart Rental and Unlimited Range Balls at Whidbey Golf and Country Club (Up to $ Off)

Whidbey Golf Club

Oak Harbor

Stationed in coastal Washington, 6,476 yd. course wraps fairways around multiple ponds and sand traps at club with onsite driving range

$85 $45

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18 Holes of Golf with Cart Rental for Two or Four at Holmes Harbor Golf Course (Up to 49% Off)

Holmes Harbor Golf Course

Freeland

The 18-hole layout checks in at 4,279 yards for a par of 64, meaning most full rounds can be played in just over three hours

$80 $47

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Weekday or Weekend Round of Golf for Two or Four at Eighteen Pastures Golf Course or Tall Timber Golf Course

Eighteen Pastures Golf Course and Tall Timbers Golf Course

Multiple Locations

Two rugged and rustic championship-length courses are both hemmed by colossal trees and scenic waterways

C$55.65 C$27

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Greens Fees and Range Tokens for Two or Four at Bridal Falls Golf (Up to 51% Off)

Bridal Falls Golf

Rosedale

Before rounds, golfers can loosen up at the covered driving range, practice green, and pitching and sand-bunker area

C$66 C$37

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Round of Golf for Two with Range Balls, or Unlimited Membership at Hope Golf Club (Up to 50% Off)

Hope Golf Club

Hope

Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, tall pines & two rivers, course features 2 tee options at all 9 holes to create dynamic, 18-hole round.

C$80 C$40

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$31.50 for Golf Package with 10 Buckets of Range Balls and a Drop-In Group Lesson ($63 Value)

Highland Pacific Golf

Victoria

Buckets of 45 balls each equip players for practice; drop-in group lessons focus on techniques and development

C$63 C$31.50

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$39 for One Golf-Swing Analysis and Lesson at Swing Doctors ($90 Value)

Swing Doctors

Totem Lake

State-of-the-art video-analysis software unpacks golf swings to target areas for improvement

$90 $39

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3D Motion-Capture Swing or Putting Analysis or 2 Hours of 3D Golfing for 4 at 3D Golf Performance(Up to 54% Off)

3D Golf Performance

Maillardville

Golf instructors use motion-capture and virtual-reality tools to hone game; round of golf for four on choice of 80 professional courses

C$150 C$69

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Round of Golf for Two or Four with Push Cart at Mylora Sidaway Golf Club (50% Off)

Mylora Sidaway Golf Club

East Richmond

Golfers challenge their short game on this par57 course located minutes from downtown Vancouver

C$82 C$41

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Club Recommendation or Lesson at Gregg Rogers' Golf Performance Centers (Up to 71% Off). Three Options Available.

Gregg Rogers' Golf Performance Centers

Bel-Red

Certified instructors use their personal experience and the center's technology to analyze clients' swings and improve their technique.

$100 $29

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Golf Round for Two with Cart Rental and Two Beers at RMG Club (Up to 57% Off). Six Options Available.

RMG Club

Multiple Locations

Golfers tee off at one of three courses, including McCormick Woods, which was highly rated by Golf Digest and Golf Week

$110 $52

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$49 for 18-Hole Round of Golf Including Cart for Two at Horseshoe Lake Golf Course (Up to $100 Value)

Horseshoe Lake Golf Course

Port Orchard

18-hole golf course unfurls for 6,120 yards among dense pine forest and a smattering of ball-snatching ponds

$100 $49

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Nine Holes of Golf for Two or Four with Pull Carts at Highlands Golf (Up to 50% Off)

Highlands Golf Course

North Tacoma

Nine-hole, par-27 course comprises nine par 3s that range from 100 to 200 yards for quick play and ample hole-in-one opportunities

$32 $16

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18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four at Enumclaw Golf Course (Up to 56% Off). Different Tee Time Options.

Enumclaw Golf Course

Enumclaw

Sculpted through King County’s Enumclaw Park, 18-hole course features forest-lined fairways, intersecting streams, and abundant wildlife

$48 $21

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Select Local Merchants

Praised by CityVoters as the best course in western Washington, Avalon Golf Links lays out three nines that offer eye-pleasing glimpses of the Skagit Valley below. Though each nine conceals its own unique set of obstacles, every 1 of the 27 holes place golfers amid a picturesque sweep of Northwestern flora, challenging them to bend shots around towering evergreens and send drives screaming against the backdrop of the Olympic and Cascade ranges. The North Nine bookends the toughest stretch on the course in holes four through seven, a rigorous test requiring approaches as steady as the hand of a neurosurgeon playing Operation. Though short in comparison, the West Nine is notable for its tight fairways and frequent East-to-West orientation, yielding panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains. The South Nine punishes poor approaches with challenging greens, where balls frequently run away from their owners when struck too firmly or distracted by a particularly attractive goose egg.

After testing mind and body over 18 holes, Avalon's Sweet Bite Cafe stands at the ready to refuel tuckered-out golfers with breakfast served starting at 7:30 a.m. on weekends and sandwiches served starting at 11 a.m.

Course at a Glance:

  • Three nine-hole, par 36 courses

  • Total length up to 6,803 yards from the back tees

  • Course rating up to 72.3 from the back tees

  • Course slope up to 126 from the back tees

  • Four sets of tees

  • Designed by Robert Muir Graves

19345 Kelleher Rd
Burlington,
WA
US

When viewed from the sky, the fairways at Sudden Valley Golf & Country Club resemble lush terraces descending into Lake Whatcom, like some grandiose, modern version of Incan horticulture. From a player's perspective, this visually dynamic setting makes for two very different nines. The front nine roams the flat shores of the lake, easing golfers into the round with wide fairways and large greens. A much different challenge awaits on the course's second act, as the fairways climb up a ridge and cleave through dense evergreens, demanding accuracy and smart approach shots onto smaller greens. Water hazards on 14 of 18 holes make the path to an under-par round even more treacherous, and 47 sandtraps peppered throughout the layout provide a soft landing spot for long-jump competitions in between shots.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,553 yards from the tips * Course rating of 71.5 from the tips * Slope rating of 130 from the tips * Three tee options

4 Clubhouse Cir
Bellingham,
WA
US

Cleaved through rows of muscular cedar and fir trees and mature arbors, Gleneagle Golf Course's 18-hole course stretches across 5,851 yards of meandering fairways and treacherous hazards. Though the relatively short course does not demand gargantuan drives to contend for par, it counters with an ensemble of strategically placed bunkers, ball-hungry water hazards, and shape-shifting greens to affect a moderately challenging course. Patrons can prepare for the picturesque par 70 with a stint at the driving range, where an irons-only restriction keeps unruly drivers at bay and fosters the type of short-yardage precision that will prove advantageous on the course. After looping the emerald links, players can recess to the Gleneagle Family Restaurant Bar & Grill, where three large flat-screen TVs fill the room with sports-world happenings.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-70 course * Length of 5,851 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 69.1 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 138 from the farthest tees * Four tee options available * See the scorecard

7619 E Country Club Dr
Arlington,
WA
US

Nestled in the bucolic scenery of coastal Washington, Whidbey Golf and Country Club’s par 72 course stretches across 6,467 yards of water-kissed terrain. The round begins with a challenge, as the first tee gives way to the longest and most difficult hole, a 516-yard par 5 where drives must touch down on a narrow landing strip flanked by bunkers or circle in the atmosphere until they get signal clearance. Multiple ponds come into play throughout the round, upping the ante on certain shots with high-risk, high-reward scenarios. Before embarking on their pin-hunting expedition, duffers can trace power draws into the sky or take aim at invading weather balloons at the driving range.

Those hoping to more thoroughly scout their verdant foe can pore over the website’s hole-by-hole description. A one-hour drive or ferry trip north of Seattle, the course is playable year-round, with closures only for Christmas, New Year’s, and Chi Chi Rodriguez Day.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course

  • Length of 6,476 yards from the farthest tees

  • Course rating of 70.7 from the farthest tees

  • Slope rating of 123 from the farthest tees

  • Four tee options

2430 SW Fairway Ln
Oak Harbor,
WA
US

The origin story of Gig Harbor Golf Club has a certain Rockwellian flavor. In the early 1950s, the Wollochet Community Club?a group that included local community leader Walter Hogan?discussed building their own country club. The idea generated buzz throughout the community, who invested not just money, but sweat equity. After purchasing a 114-acre farm with a brilliant view of Mount Rainier, the club's charter members took to etching the course into the land, using all of the tools they had at their disposal?some even used spoons, screwdrivers, and garden rakes to dig rocks out of the soil and flatten the turf.

Opened in 1961, the 9-hole labor of love still stands, having benefited from a half century of maturation and trading out fedora hats in favor of flags. The course?which measures 5,420 yards from the farthest tees?presents ample opportunities to score, including four short par-fours in which some golfers may be able to drive the green. The course features two distinct sets of forward and back tees (four tees total), so golfers can play it twice over for an 18-hole round that has a different front- and back-nine experience.

6909 Artondale Dr NW
Gig Harbor,
WA
US

The Valley Golf Centre treats club wielders to a 9-hole helping of par 3s and 4s, which let beginners build confidence and more experienced players work on their short game. Though the course doesn't make things overly difficult through extreme length or grassed-over trap doors, it does incorporate a central lake and a smattering of fairway-side foliage to keep golfers on their toes. When success proves elusive, golfers can head to the 27 outdoor stalls or 13 covered, heated, and lit indoor stalls at the driving range, which also serves as the instructional area for the centre's lessons.

4211 Gladwin Rd
Abbotsford,
BC
CA