Bremerton Washington Golf Courses

Gold Mountain Golf Course - The Cascade Course
Gold Mountain Golf Course - The Olympic Course
Kitsap Golf & Country Club
Rolling Hills Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Rolling Hills Golf Course -- No Incentive
Review by: Juan The course is centrally located in fairly populated area; however, other courses that are more attractive just further away charge much less for green fees during the entire week and also have a nine-hole rate. The course condition and price makes it worth driving. Rolling Hills does not. A lot of seniors play there because of the discount. Members play there because of the discount. I quit playing there and went to Gold Mountain because I can play a round of golf, with a cart, on a weekend for 35.00. And the course is much better.
From Bremerton

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Gold Mountain Golf Course - The Cascade Course -- Perfection...
Review by: Kyle B The Gold Mountain complex is the best golf on the Kitsap Peninsula hands down. The Cascade course is tough, yet forgiving off the tee. Fairways parallel each other (for the most part) so there's room for error left or right. Bring your A game when playing the Olympic course...It's beautiful and fun, but much much tougher than the Cascade course. A scratch golfer will probably see a difference of 3 strokes between courses...I'd guess a 15 handicapper would see a difference of 6-8 strokes. One word to describe the complex....BEAUTIFUL.
From Bremerton, WA USA

Gold Mountain Golf Course - The Cascade Course -- Perfection...
Review by: Kyle B The Gold Mountain complex is the best golf on the Kitsap Peninsula hands down. The Cascade course is tough, yet forgiving off the tee. Fairways parallel each other (for the most part) so there's room for error left or right. Bring your A game when playing the Olympic course...It's beautiful and fun, but much much tougher than the Cascade course. A scratch golfer will probably see a difference of 3 strokes between courses...I'd guess a 15 handicapper would see a difference of 6-8 strokes. One word to describe the complex....BEAUTIFUL.
From Bremerton, WA USA




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