With two distinct layouts that bob and weave through groves of douglas fir, cedar, and hemlock trees, both Eighteen Pastures Golf Course and Tall Timber Golf Course invite clubbers for a day of challenging golf. The more difficult of the two layouts, Eighteen Pastures flummoxes stick-flickers with more than 6,800 yards of topsy-turvy terrain, where precipitous hillsides and bending fairways lined with arbors conceal upcoming hazards, which include 10 ponds and a multitude of sand traps. The course's front and back nines converge at the unique clubhouse, a bright red barn with a tall silo on one end said to contain the souls of every golf ball lost on the course.
An easier and shorter alternative to its grassy brethren, Tall Timber sprawls across 5,921 yards of kempt fairways cleaved through second-growth West Coast forests. The rippling waters of streams and ponds run throughout the course, attracting waterfowl and thirsty golf carts as clubbers hack through the 160-acre landscape.
By the Numbers: Loomis Trail Golf Club
1 of the two courses at Semiahmoo Resort
7,137 yards from the back tees
6 sets of tees
75—the course rating from the back tees
2006—the year it served as a U.S. Amateur qualifying site
2009—the year it hosted the NCAA Division II Men’s Championship
2150—the year it plans to replace every golf cart with a hoverboard
Golfers are sure to love the course at Dakota Creek Golf and Country Club in Custer.
Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this course has the restaurant just for you.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Training to be the next Tiger Woods? Try your hand on the golf course at Semiahmoo Golf and Country Club, Administration in Blaine.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.