From our famous crab shaped sand trap, to some of the best golf conditions in Western Washington, come see what all the buzz is about and experience our award-winning golf course for yourself, in sunny Sequim. Check out our 2023 Rate Card.
|Tee's||Men's rating/slope||WoMen's rating/slope||Out||In||Total|
|Tee's Men's rating/slope WoMen's rating/slope Out In Total||BLACK 71.7/124 71.7/124 3430/3446 3195 6641/6625|
|Tee's Men's rating/slope WoMen's rating/slope Out In Total||COPPER 68.9/119 68.9/119 3162 2901 6063|
|Tee's Men's rating/slope WoMen's rating/slope Out In Total||COPPER SILVER 67.0/115 71.8/120 2938 2699 5637|
|Tee's Men's rating/slope WoMen's rating/slope Out In Total||SILVER 65.6/112 70.1/116 2739 2584 5323|
|Tee's Men's rating/slope WoMen's rating/slope Out In Total||BRONZE 62.2/101 65.7/111 2333 2207 4540|
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Pro Tip: This short dogleg left is a great starting hole to ease your way into the round. A drive down the right hand side should leave you with a short iron as your approach. Big hitters can carry the left fairway bunkers, but may be left with an uneven lie. The green slopes back to front and left to right.
Pro Tip: A generous par 4 as long as you avoid the bunkers surrounding the fairway and green. The approach shot plays a little up hill. If the trade winds from the west are blowing it could play 1-2 clubs longer from the fairway. The green slopes from back to front and is in somewhat of a bowl shape. Shots coming in from the left or right will roll toward the center of the green.
Pro Tip: Aim your tee shot at the 3 trees at the end of the fairway. Big hitters can fly the bunker on the corner, but if you don’t make it you can easily turn a birdie into a bogey. "Old Crabby" is the only bunker in the world shaped like a Dungeness Crab. We added red volcanic cinders from Bend Oregon to add to the effect. Whatever you do, don’t get caught up in its claws. The green slopes back to front.
Pro Tip: This is a huge green that slopes pretty severely from back to front. Add at least 1 club for the elevation gain. The best play is to carry the right front bunker and most shots will feed off the hill to the left.
Pro Tip: Drive down the left center and the ball should feed toward the middle of the fairway. Lots of room on the right, but you may end up in the rough & an uneven lie. The green has a small false front, so be sure and carry the ball all the way onto the green. The green slopes right to left.
Pro Tip: This is a very short par 5, and should be an automatic birdie for most long hitters. The wind is the main factor on this hole. “When it’s breezy, hit it easy” If you’re laying up, be careful of the fairway bunker 40 yards from the green.
Pro Tip: Another par 5, this one is the longest hole on the course. Downwind makes it easier, but 3 precise shots are important to make par. The green is well guarded by 2 bunkers on the left and 1 on the right. This is also one of the longest greens on the course. If it’s a back or front pin, make sure to add or subtract 15 yards.
Pro Tip: This is the shortest hole on the course. If you carry the left green side bunker the ball should kick forward and right towards the middle of the green. Club selection is critical when the wind is blowing. Over the green makes for a tough up & down.
Pro Tip: This is a tricky par 4 and where many players feel like the course really starts getting challenging. Aim your tee shot towards the fairway bunker on the left and hit a fade towards the middle. This should help avoid the trees and out of bounds down the right side. The green has a fishbowl effect where the ball will roll towards the middle of the green if you hit on the sides. Sloped back to front this can be a fast green. Don’t forget to stop at the Snack Shack for a hotdog or our famous Bloody Mary.
Pro Tip: This is another challenging hole. To have a clear view of the green, hit your tee shot down the right side. Add at least one club on your approach to this elevated green. This is the most severely slopped green on the course. Try not to be above the hole to avoid any three putts.
Pro Tip: Straight forward par three. Just make sure you clear the front bunker and par shouldn’t be a problem. This green also slopes back to front, but can be deceiving. Play a little less break on your putts.
Pro Tip: Accuracy is crucial as this is one of the narrowest par 4’s on the course. Add 10 to 15 yards to your distance on your approach as this hole invariable plays into the wind and the green is severely elevated.
Pro Tip: A great risk and reward hole for the long hitters. Hit it straight and be a chip shot away, hit it off-center and you can be blocked by trees that line both sides of the fairway. The fairway bunker 100 yards from the green can also be challenging. Very big green with little slope.
Pro Tip: Commonly known as the bull-hole. There used to be some farm animals greeting you in the field left of the fairway. Now there is only tall grass, a barbed wire fence and a two-stroke penalty for being out-of-bounds. The smart play is to aim down the right side. Only the bigger hitters can reach the fairway bunkers. The perfect lay-up spot is at the top of the hill 105 yards from the green. Lay-up too far right and you will be blocked by trees. Some players attempt to get home in 2, but usually are unsuccessful because of the narrow shot that they have to negotiate in getting there.
Pro Tip: Arguably the toughest par 4 on the course. This hole usually plays long, but can be almost unreachable for the average player when the wind is really blowing. Be wary of the false front. Add at least a club and a half to your approach to stay on the green. A bogey on this hole feels like a par.
Pro Tip: Freddy Couples once drove this tough par 4 in a high school match, but then again he is a Masters Champion. The smart play is to hit whatever club leaves you with 125-150 yards into the green. If you veer off-line your approach will be challenging due to the towering trees and water hazard on the right. This green is two-tiered and slopes considerably from back to front.
Pro Tip: This hole is more visually challenging than anything else. Don’t worry about the water on the left. Hit your shot towards the right fringe and the slope will take it to the middle of the green. Take about 8-12 yards off your yardage because of the elevated tee.
Pro Tip: This is one of the best finishing holes in the Northwest. Aim your tee shot at the Totem Pole just left of the clubhouse. This will give you the best angle to the green. Hit it right and you’ll have no chance to make par. Add at least one club to your selection for your approach to this elevated green. The green slopes back to front. Now go inside Stymie’s to celebrate your best round of the year.