Eatonville Washington Golf Courses

Tanwax Greens Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Tanwax Greens Golf Course -- Cheap--But good quality
Review by: Anonymous Tanwax makes for great value, especially for a high handicaper. Greens fees are cheap, but the course is very well maintained--rough is trimmed, greens are in great shape, plays well in the winter. It's pretty wide-open, beginers don't need to worry about putting too many in the woods.
From Graham, WA

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Yakima Elks Golf & Country Club -- Yakima Elks Golf Course
Review by: Richard Lewis I am a member of this club and play more than once a week. Terrain: flat Fairways: some mild undulations. Cut reasonably short. Rough: challenging. Always follow a ball bouncing into the rough until it stops and mark the spot based on landmarks such as trees. Rough is thick and balls can be hard to find. Water: pond in front of tee block on #14, plus a slough to the right. Creek in play on # 11 and #12. Creek in play also in front of tee blocks on #17. Greens: often fast. #4, 7, 10, 11, 14, and nasty par 3 # 16 are the most challenging. Highlight holes: #3. Long par 4 with double dog leg. Peacocks at the house off the green. #7 very steep green will cause score to soar if ball goes behind green. #10 big tree in the middle of the fairway. #18 watch the sand trap in front of the two tiered green.
From Selah Washington




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