Golfing 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 2015, Chambers Bay was 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.
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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.
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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.
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Oakbrook Golf Course
This classic American golf course is accessible for players of all skills levels and a sure treat for anyone who appreciates firm, smooth, and fast greens. The 18 hole, 6,700+ yard championship course is suited for competitive players, recreational golfers, or an experienced veteran. Over its 45 years of operation, Oakbrook Golf Course has been meticulously cared for and is a great course for all who play.
Eagle's Pride Golf Course
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA
Located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, but open to the public, Eagle's Pride Golf Course is a 27-hole championship course nestled into the shadow of Mount Rainier. This par-71, 6,712-yard course features manicured fairways, forgiving rough and well-maintained greens, as well as a stocked pro shop, driving range and a Samuel Adams Brewhouse that doubles as a 19th hole.
U.S.G.A. Four-Ball Championships, 2021 at Chambers Bay, The Home Course
U.S. Open: June 18-21, 2015 at Chambers Bay
U.S. Amateur: Aug. 23-29, 2010 at Chambers Bay, The Home Course