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Camas Meadows

Just 15 miles north of Portland, Oregon, Camas Meadows Golf Club lies in wait. Lovingly integrated into this rich natural setting are 18 holes of championship golf course designed by Andy Raugust, formerly of the Jack Nicklaus firm. A challenging course, the Gold tee set offers up 6518 par-72 yards with a course rating of 71.3 and a slope rating of 133. Be ready to enjoy the day, but bring your precision with you for that set of tees! In places, you’ll find snow-covered mountains rising up to cap an evergreen and deep blue horizon. At other times, you’ll be buried deep within those verdigris hallows when you come across the green, pitched a deceptive twenty feet upon a tiered slope and off to the left, with a river running behind the trees, in case you were feeling brave.

Gold Mountain Golf Club in nearby Bremerton is a public municipal course. When they describe it as "carved into the Pacific Northwest," it really can’t be stated any better. The feel of the Pacific Northwest’s rain forests is preserved, while dense, rich, colors of grasses carpeting the fairways and greens invite you to take your shoes off and walk about barefoot. The images alone conjure up the earthy fresh pine scents. The course stimulates all senses! Opened in 1996, this John Harbottle III design provides 7073 par-72 yards with a course rating of 73.5 and a slope rating of 131 on annual blue grass. The Olympic Course has earned some impressive awards, including a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest, 2nd Best Value in the U.S., just behind Bethpage Black, Best Public Course in Washington for several years, top 25 in the nation, Top 100 You Can Play… But enough already. You already know you want to play there! Want the icing on the cake? As a municipal course, it’s incredibly affordable to boot!