Camaloch Golf Course has often gone unnoticed by the golfing public

Updated: October 1, 2018

Probably the best kept secret in Washington golf is Camaloch Golf Course on Camano Island. Strategically located in the ‘Sun Belt’ where the rainfall is about half of the rest of Puget Sound and on those hot summer days the course enjoys a marine climate that is about 10 degrees cooler than other nearby locations.

The golf course is just 15 minutes from Interstate-5 and a short drive from the Seattle/Everett area. Word is getting out about how nice the course plays and golfers are returning to play it again.

Members take great pride in the quality of their greens which are quick, consistent and fast year around and considered some of the best in the state. Camaloch’s Board of Trustees work hard to keep the course up to date with improvements so their members and visiting guests can enjoy the best experience possible.

The 6,234-yard course with a par of 72 opened its first 9 in the late 60s and the second nine in the 1991. The second nine was designed by the renowned Northwest golf architect Bill Overdorf.

The fall rates (Oct-Nov) vary from $21 (prime-time) on weekdays to $25 weekends with discounts for after 1pm and 4pm.

Senior rates and other discounts are also available so check their website for other options – also check out the cool fly-over video.

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