- Championship golf course. One of Washington's crown jewels of golf.
- One of America's Top 50 Public Course to Play - Golf Digest.
- Serene setting, beautiful sloping fairways with views of the Olympic Mountains!
- Well-maintained course.
- Fully stocked golf shop and restaurant.
- Golf any day of the week.
- Memberships available.
- Limit 4 per person.
- Includes 18 holes of golf for one person AND a cart.
- Must make reservations based on availability.
- Dress code enforced.
- No cash redemption. Tax not included.
- Paid value does not expire. Promotional value expires March 31, 2012.
- Expires 3/31/2012
Carved from an old growth forest of fir and cedar is one of Washington’s crown jewels of golf, Kayak Point Golf Course. Selected as one of “America’s Top 50 Public Courses to Play” by Golf Digest, Kayak Point offers players of every skill level a unique golfing experience. Kayak Point’s serene setting, beautiful sloping fairways and magnificent views of the Olympic Mountains offer an unrivaled combination of beauty and challenge.
You will find that Kayak Point has everything you need to make your visit one to remember. Kayak offers a beautiful championship golf course, fully stocked golf shop, restaurant and banquet facilities, a full service practice and teaching facility and the best in service and value to be found in the Northwest. Come spend a day with us and see why the Seattle Times recommends Kayak Point as a "Must Play" in the State of Washington.
Location: Located in beautiful Snohomish County, 9 mile west of the City of Marysville. Less than 1 hour north of Downtown Seattle and the Eastside and only 1 ½ from the Canadian border.
Course Layout: 260 acres of rolling forestland, wetlands and deep-set woods of alder, fir and cedar. Kayak features large immaculately manicured greens and spectacular views. Water comes into play on only two holes. No homes or roads border the course and there are no parallel fairways.
Greens: Poa Annua; average 6,240 sq ft
Fairways: Perennial Ryegrass/Poa Annua
Rough: Perennial Ryegrass/Poa Annua
Bunkers: 34 bunkers with 95% of which are green side
Dress: Collar-less shirts and denim permitted, no cut-offs or tank tops.
Course Awards: Rated year after year as one of "America's Top 50 Public Golf Courses" by Golf Digest, awarded a 4-star rating again for 2000-2001 in Golf Digest's "Places to Play," selected as a "Must Play" by the Seattle Times.
The land Kayak Point sits on was originally destined to be a refinery, but after the people of Snohomish County voted down the project, 640 acres were sold back to the county by Atlantic Richfield to be turned into a park development including a golf course.