Course Information

General Manager:

Ed Young
Phone: (360)428-2788             
Email:eyoung@eaglemontgolf.com

   

Head PGA Professional:

 

 
Assistant Professional:  

 

VP of Operations:

Cory Valentine
Phone:(360) 424-0800
Email: cory@eaglemontgolf.com

Philip Kohnken
Phone: (360) 424 -0800
Email: Philip@eaglemontgolf.com

CY Lee                                              
 Phone:(360)428-2788     
Email: cylee@eaglemontgolf.com
 

 

 

Tee Times: You can book a tee time over the telephone or in person up to 7 days in advance, 10 days if you are a VIP Member. Tournaments are welcome and can be booked up to a year in advance.
Call 1-800-368-8876
Dress Code: Acceptable sportswear or golf attire must be worn at all times. Torn or cut-off jeans, bathing attire, tank tops, tube tops, halter tops, mesh shirts, short-shorts, tennis outfits, and other dress of similar nature are unacceptable. SOFT SPIKES (May - September)
Course Type: Eaglemont is a scenic and challenging 18-hole layout and ranked in the "Top 10" public courses in the state by GolfWashington Magazine. Arguably one of the state's toughest tests from the tips, Eaglemont has multiple sets of tee blocks that make it enjoyable for all skill levels.
Holes: 18
Golf Carts: Golf Carts are required and included in the price.
Course Records:
Black Tees: 65
Blue Tees: 65
Gray Tees: 62
 
Kevin Cannon
Lenny Thompson
David Phay
Date Opened: September 1993
Course Architect: John Steidel
Signature Holes: #2: John Steidel quotes this hole as being the "Best golf hole he has ever designed". Hole #2 is a slight dog-leg left with a large green, and is positioned directly between two of Eaglemont’s toughest holes. This hole is the centerpiece of AMEN CORNER.

#8: What used to be a forced carry of 215 yards is now a much more forgiving hole. One of the best holes on the course.

#14: After gazing at Mt. Baker, a drive of 225 to 250 down the fairway allows you to try and reach the green in two shots, otherwise laying up to the middle of the fairway leaves 150 yards or less to a very large green.

#10: Tee ball must be hit 210 yards to left center for a good view of the green and the most forgiving lie. Shots into the green play 10 to 20 yards shorter than yardage.