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Alderbrook Golf Club

Contact Info
330 E Country Club Dr E
Union, WA 98592

Phone:
888-898-2560
Basics
Course Type:
Semi-Private
Number of Holes:
18

Description

Alderbrook's golf course is ranked among the best in the Northwest for its playability and breathtaking scenery. The 6,338 yard, par 72 course is well maintained and opened year-round.

The course follows the natural contour of the land and challenges even the most experienced golfer. Alderbrook's greatest golfing challenge is its infamous 8th hole. This 536 yard, par 5 hole has a double dogleg. Ask Alderbrook's pro for pointers on how to navigate the forest when playing this one. Alderbrook saves the best for last: magnificent views of the Olympic Mountains from the 18th hole. It's one of the finest finishing holes in the Pacific Northwest..

Course Notes

Year Built:
1965
Designer:
Roy Goss & Glen Proctor
Grass Type
Fairways: Bluegrass
Greens: Poa Annua Grass
Walking Allowed?
Yes
Carts on Path Only?
No

Amenities

Golf Course Amenities
Beer Available
Beverage Cart
Full Pro Shop w/Apparel
Practice Facilities
Pullcarts Available
Putting Green
Rental Clubs
Restaurant
Snack Bar

Course Stats

Red
Yardage:
5500
Slope:
Rating:
Blue
Yardage:
6338
Slope:
126
Rating:
71
White
Yardage:
6037
Slope:
124
Rating:
70

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