Clinton Washington Golf Courses

Island Greens


Featured Golf Course Review:
Island Greens -- Island Gem
Review by: Josh K Perhaps saying that this is the best 9 hole public courses on Whidbey Island isn't saying much, but those who pass on this course while on the island are missing out. The $7 is well worth it for the 1300 yard par 27. The course is dotted with interesting teeboxes (one is off a truck, another off a tractor), waterhazards (several ponds) and beautiful landscaping. The owners are extremely friendly (once driving out to bring me an umbrella in the middle of a cloudburst) and the course is great for beginners with very flexible rules (they allow clubsharing even); it's a laid back attitude that is contagious once you get on the island. If you're a golfer that demands a course with a fancy pro shop, electric carts or gimmicky holes, this isn't the place for you. But if you're looking for a place to practice your short/mid-range game and enjoy yourself with friends/family, bring your $7 for the milkcan because they don't take Visa.
From Seattle, WA USA

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Carnation Golf Course -- Moist is good, but wear a glove
Review by: Rob M The whole course is pretty flat. The front nine is open with some trees but it's hard to get into real trouble. The back nine has a little more character. The snoqualmie river features on several holes. Being from the Pacific Northwest I like to play in wet conditions. There are definite drainage problems at this course. I usually go without a glove but I wished I had one on this day. I kept feeling my shaft slip out of my hands and I made a terrible mess as I approached the hole. All in all a fun course to play, but a little sloppy.
From Bellevue WA




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