Anacortes Washington Golf Courses

Similk Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Similk Golf Course -- Fun time
Review by: Mike Similk will never make a Top 10 list for beauty, course design or playability, but it should be on the list of fun courses. For beginning golfers, there may not be a better full-sized, 18-hole track in the state. Lots of wide open spaces, so big hitters will have a great time. (There are reachable par-4's and eagles to be had on par 5's.) One note: this course can be dangerous for the uninitiated. There are several criss-crossing fairways and elevated tees that have you hitting over the heads of golfers below. The course still uses the dreaded rubber mats in places, too. But if you are looking for a course to use the driver and score low, Similk is a real confidence booster!
From Edmonds

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Twin Lakes Golf & Country Club -- Better Be Straight!
Review by: Matt Two words: Subtle and penal! OB is everywhere! All 18 holes have OB left. 10 holes have an OB right. It looks easy at first glance but the subtle difficulties around the course end up biting you if you get lazy with your swing. In the summer the greens are very fast. Wonderful views on the backside. Plays well year round. I gave it a 5 for difficulty. It plays longer than the yardage. I've played it many times with a member. I am a 15 and I have yet to break 90 at Twin Lakes. This is the year!
From Seattle, Wa USA




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