Proud home to the University of Washington's Men's and Women's golf teams, Washington National Golf Club is one of the Pacific Northwest’s true gems. Designed by award-winning architect John Fought, the 18-hole championship golf course features an exceptional array of contrasting aesthetics. Rugged transitional areas dotted with native fescue dissect lush, emerald fairways, and spectacular, white-sand bunkers cradle impeccably maintained greens.
The layout increases in challenge and splendor, culminating in a spectacular stretch of golf over the final holes. Wide fairways lure golfers into a sense of security but a wealth of strategically placed hazards challenge even the best shot makers. With tee options ranging from 5,100 to 7,300 yards, Washington National is a demanding test for players of all abilities.
In addition to being a favorite among daily fee golfers, the combination of world-class golf, a comprehensive practice facility, and exceptional service make Washington National one of the Northwest’s most sought-after destinations for group outings and other tournaments. This championship golf course has been the site of several collegiate tournaments, including the NCAA regional championships.