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This is one tricky golf course if youre not in the fairways on most, if not all shots. Youre surrounded by woods/thick brush on all sides. If you focus on your short game and play conservatively, the reward of a low score will be worth it.The course is in great shape (we played it for the first time this year back in March, even with Seattles wintertime rains, it was pretty dried out .. only a little standing water in the bunkers).The new clubhouse is outstanding and a drink afterwards to tally up your scores is a must do. The view from the clubhouse/first tee is breathtaking..be sure to bring your camera! The staff is always friendly and courteous.This has become one of most favorites courses in the area.
Reviewed by etrodd on 5/21/2013
Last played on Saturday, August 24, 2013
this is a great challenging golf course, I've played it probably 6 or 8 times, and still I love the challenge. the only negative comment was the pace of play due to a threesome of females, they would have turned a fast round into a 51/2 hour round if we didn't bypass them on the 6th hole. there were 2 other groups who did the same thing. Still, I love the challenge of Eaglemont.
I really enjoy playing Eaglemont, it's challenging, but rewarding golf. May want to consider bringing an extra ball or two. I plan to be a regular customer
I played Eaglemont for the first time and thoroughly enjoyed the golf course. A little bit of course knowledge goes a long ways here. I drove the ball very well for the most part. I played it from the great tees and this course plays long as there are many uphill holes. Greens still bumpy from sanding but I would think in mid-May they will be great. Highly recommend this course for the 15 or less handicap and if you don't drive it well don't play it.
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