Golf Tacoma + Pierce County
Tacoma + Pierce County is a popular destination with top-notch golf courses ideally situated along salt-water shores.
University Place, WA
In August 2010, Chambers Bay Golf Course was the first public course to host a U.S. Amateur. In June 2015, Chambers Bay will be the site of the U.S. Open! Come see the course, where golf isn't just a game, it's an experience. It keeps the traditions of golf offering a stunning tribute to the historic links of Scotland. Surrounding views of the Puget Sound are worth bragging to your friends about.
Photo by Aidan Bradley
The Home Course
The Home Course opened in 2007 and was recognized by GolfWeek Magazine as the No. 2 ranked "Best Public Course in Washington." Enjoy panoramic views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains and Mount Rainier. Rolling fairways and contoured greens give golfers a challenge similar to Chambers Bay Golf Course. The Home Course was the assisting site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur.
Photo by John R. Johnson
Lined with magnificent fir and oak trees, Meadow Park Golf Course offers something for everyone. The course includes an 18-hole championship course, executive 9-hole, two putting courses and a driving range. Spend the afternoon at the grill or relaxing on the patio overlooking the putting greens.
Photo by Rob Perry
Lake Spanaway Golf Course
Whether you are looking for a place to play, practice, learn or just have lunch, Lake Spanaway Golf Course offers it all. The course is a classic that appeals to the novice player, but also challenges the best players in the region. Known as one of the driest public courses in the area, Lake Spanaway Golf Course is also great for winter golfing.
With more than 20 golf courses to choose from you'll have a lot to "ooh-and-ah" about in Tacoma + Pierce County!
This region is a hot spot for pros and amateurs. If you haven't been to one of Pierce County's golf courses, now's your chance. When you arrive, you will see for yourself the panoramic views the area has to offer. Tacoma + Pierce County is home to Chambers Bay Golf Course, site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur and 2015 U.S. Open.
Upcoming: U.S. Open: June 18-21, 2015 at Chambers Bay
Former: U.S. Amateur: Aug. 23-29, 2010 at Chambers Bay, The Home Course
U.S. Amateur Recap
- Peter Uihlein, player from Oklahoma State University, won the 2010 U.S. Amateur
- David Chung, player from Stanford, was the runner-up
- More than 33,000 people attended
- Watch a a review of the 2010 Amateur Championship at Chambers Bay