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Wayne Public Golf Course


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Wayne Public Golf Course -- Review of Wayne PGC
Review by: Ahson Great course! Starts off mellow and simple but by the 5th hole you are driving up and over hills to the green. The 7th hole, a Par 3, feels like you are driving off a cliff to get to a tight green. Once you get warmed up on the front nine the fun really begins. Try not to lose too many balls in the creek on the way to the 12th green. The 13th, 14th, and 15th holes are all very challenging Par 3s similar to the 7th hole and very dramatic because you are shooting through a canopy of trees to get to the greens. The 17th hole is par 5 that is cut in half by a creek and immediately followed up by a dog leg. Choose your club wisely when you tee off, and you might get across the creek without losing your ball in the river the creek flows into.
From University District

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Wayne Public Golf Course -- I like the front nine, but the back nine is bizarre
Review by: Steve Cobb Wayne is a convenient low-key in-town course where you can usually play on short notice Monday to Thursday. It's a good place for a casual round with your working class buddies. The front nine is a nice test. The par 3s are all good holes, two are long and the third is from elevation. The par 4s are short but the river and/or OB is in play on all of them, and the terrain and obstacles are varied. The par 5 is really a long par 4, but it's great fun since you often get a realistic chance at eagle. The back 9 is very short and very bizarre. #12 and #17 are stategically interesting in that there are two ways to play them. Otherwise, there's not much to recommend. Personally, I usually skip the back.
From Woodinville

Wayne Public Golf Course -- Review of Wayne PGC
Review by: Ahson Great course! Starts off mellow and simple but by the 5th hole you are driving up and over hills to the green. The 7th hole, a Par 3, feels like you are driving off a cliff to get to a tight green. Once you get warmed up on the front nine the fun really begins. Try not to lose too many balls in the creek on the way to the 12th green. The 13th, 14th, and 15th holes are all very challenging Par 3s similar to the 7th hole and very dramatic because you are shooting through a canopy of trees to get to the greens. The 17th hole is par 5 that is cut in half by a creek and immediately followed up by a dog leg. Choose your club wisely when you tee off, and you might get across the creek without losing your ball in the river the creek flows into.
From University District




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