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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Interbay Family Golf Center -- Convenient for a number of Seattle n-hoods
Review by: Sean Kinney Not special but good for working on one's short game. You'll use a driver once, and then it's primarily short irons. The benefit is grooving your different wedge distances, particularly useful since many keep up to 4 wedges in their bag these days. The topography and particular location in Seattle can mean that windy days will create wind tunnel conditions which can be either "challenging" or just plain aggravating.
From Seattle, WA USA