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A strong high fade off the tee will provide you with an opportunity to go for the green in two. Just mind the bunker and hill covering the left front corner.

A short Par 4 that requires a well placed approach shot into this heavily sloped green. If you get away with two putting here, give yourself an "atta boy".

The prevailing breeze and firm fairway will help you go long off the tee which should leave you a wedge into this relatively flat green.

Another Par 3 that you just want to find the green off the tee, tough up and down from the right rough.

Ignore the pin placement, just find the heart of this heavily undulating green. Near impossible to get it up & down from the right rough.

Avoid the hazard up the left side of this Par 5, dogleg left.

Bunkers left & right will catch any wayward shot off the tee.

I've always had high praise for the golf course & the facilities but a lot of golfers, myself included were more than disappointed that during the week of the 2015 US Open at nearby Chambers Bay, Salish Cliffs took it upon themselves to increase their rates by 50%. Unfortunately Salish Cliffs didn't see this as an opportunity to showcase their property, instead they saw it as way to "gouge" the consumer for short term gain.

I've always had high praise for the golf course & the facilities but a lot of golfers, myself included were more than disappointed that during the week of the 2015 US Open at nearby Chambers Bay, Salish Cliffs took it upon themselves to increase their rates by 50%. Unfortunately Salish Cliffs didn't see this as an opportunity to showcase their property, instead they saw it as way to "gouge" the consumer for short term gain.

The last of the Par 3's on the course almost "Derailed" the 2015 US Open champion.

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