Gamble Sands Headlines Washington’s Top-10 Public Golf Courses of 2017


Salish Cliffs • Shelton

Whereas Wine Valley appeared on comparatively few ballots, but consistently ranked at or near the top, Salish Cliffs appeared on more ballots than any course except Gold Mountain’s Olympic Course — yes, even more than Chambers Bay or Gamble Sands. It would seem that just about everyone has made it over to Shelton in the six years since Salish Cliffs first opened — and you’re all blown away by what you’ve found.
Put simply, Salish Cliffs is fun, whether your handicap is 2 or 22. Scratch golfers take on Salish’s long rough, cutting corners and flying the ball over trouble to leave the best angles to the flag. Shorter hitters, meanwhile, take advantage of wide fairways and a handful of short par-4s and par-5s to try and put a birdie or two on the scorecard. All while enjoying panoramic views on a course where hardly a single blade of grass seems out of place.
It’s that quality, versatility and reputation for excellence that have made us proud to align with Salish Cliffs over the last six years, whether for our Cascade Golfer Cup, Match Play or the CG Players Card. We’re glad you see it the same way.

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