Course Review and Comments
I play most of my golf in the South of Seattle and on the Kitsap Peninsula. I'll rate this golf experience right up there with the Olympic Course at Gold Mountain (Salish Cliffs has better course conditions.) The course is much more playable than Chambers Bay for mid handicappers.
The golf carts are awesome! Electric... so there is no noise. The GPS is a touch screen that makes it simple to plan shots. Each hole has a video flyover with tips on how to play the hole.
The twilight rate is an excellent value even during the peak season... even though it is a bit spendy for my budget - however, I'll be playing this course 5-10 times per year.
I have not played the course in winter conditions so I don't know how it holds up. But for dry and/or summer conditions this course ranks in my top 3 for Western Washington (Chambers Bay, Salish Cliffs, Washington National.)
More user reviews for Salish Cliffs Golf Club
April 11th, 2014 21:09
What a fantastic golf course. Every hole is a work of art. Salish Cliffs offers enormous flat, tee boxes, wide open fairways, gorgeous bunkering, fantastic routing, numerous elevation changes, wonderf
September 06th, 2012 21:42
I played with a group that I did not know and who were not great golfers. I agreed with their comments that this course is to tight for the average golfer. The real problem was that anything even on
May 15th, 2012 05:53
The course is terrific, winding through the wilderness (no houses in sight) with tons of elevation change. The fairways are generous, but if you stray on your tee shot, the second cut is just brutal.
November 18th, 2011 13:57
My wife and I played this course on their Grand Opening Event with Fred Couples as their Host. What a FUN day! The course is a true test of every shot you've got in your bag. Stunningly beautiful layo
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