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Bellingham WA Golf Courses


Lake Padden Golf Course
Lake Padden Golf Course is an award-winning and inspiring 18 hole championship course, located in Bellingham, Washington. The course is woven through second-generation old growth forest with trees reaching up to 150 feet. The setting offers a golfing experience unlike any other -- with serenity, peace and unrefined beauty.

North Bellingham Golf Course
This course is designed to naturally integrate the open field qualities of the historic Wilder Ranch by Ted Locke. In July of 1995, Caitac USA Corp., of Bellingham, WA, proudly developed a high quality 18 hole public golf facility for the residents and visitors of Whatcom County. 

Bellingham Golf and Country Club
The Bellingham Golf & Country Club is located near the heart of downtown Bellingham and offers 18 holes of golf. It was established in 1912 and is a private facility offering the ultimate experience in golf, dining, swimming and relaxation.  The Club has become an integral part of the Bellingham community and exists strictly for the purpose of providing enjoyment for its members.

Shuksan Golf Club
Named after one of the Cascade peaks in the near distance, Shuksan is a course that varies over 100 feet in elevation. The layout occupies a rural setting split by Ten Mile Creek, which meanders through the fairways with alarming regularity. With terrain ranging from steep ridges to gentle meadows, the 6737 yard course provides 18 distinct landscape canvases on which to paint your own masterpieces. 

Sudden Valley Golf Course
Sudden Valley is considered a true masterpiece, stressing finesse and accuracy with water hazards on 14 of the 18 holes and some forty-seven bunkers sprinkled throughout the course.The front nine are relatively open and flat and borders the shores of Lake Whatcom. Fairway landing areas are relatively generous and the greens are large. The back nine follows a ridge uphill with narrow evergreen-fringed fairways and smaller greens that have more character.

Dakota Creek Golf Course
The 18-hole "Dakota Creek" course at the Dakota Creek Golf Course facility in Custer, Washington features 5,185 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 65.1 and it has a slope rating of 103.  Designed by Pam Foster, the Dakota Creek golf course opened in 1988. Pam Foster manages the course as the Owner.

Homestead Golf and Country Club
Located just on the outskirts of Lynden, Homestead Golf and Country Club winds its way across what was once fertile dairy land and is now one of the real surprises of Northwest Washington golf. This is a true 18 hole resort course, with wide landing areas and multiple tees for the recreational golfer. It is the only course in Washington with a par 5 that plays into an island green. This beautiful finishing hole has been voted best par 5 finishing hole in the state. 

Raspberry Ridge Golf Course
Raspberry Ridge is playable year-round. It is a 9 hole par 34 course, located between Bellingham and Lynden. The 5,170 yard course is well maintained and features a restaurant, pro shop, enormous greens, open fairways, and spectacular views of Mount Baker. 

Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club
Designed by Arnold Palmer, Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club is Washington’s #7 public course as rated by Golfweek, 2012. This 7,005-yard tree-lined masterpiece allows golfers to relax and enjoy nature at its best. Among its golfing challenges are water in play on five holes and 67 strategically placed bunkers.

Loomis Trail Golf Club
The scenic beauty is unsurpassed, and the consistently smooth, fast, and true greens put Loomis Trail among the Northwest’s finest courses. An extensive canal and lake system brings water into play on all 18 holes, giving Loomis Trail one of the highest slope ratings in Washington. The course is open to the public on even days of the month.