Fall Golf at The Links at Moses Pointe

Updated: September 4, 2018

By Steve Turcotte
Inside Golf Editor

There are a variety of reasons that the Links at Moses Pointe in Moses Lake, Wash. has become a Northwest golfing hot spot since opening in 1999: How about the 300-plus days of sunshine or the expansive 400 acres that the golf resort property covers – 120 acres of which is manicured from tee to green.

Or maybe it’s the challenging 18-hole layout that provides some scenic views of Moses Lake and is a course that has hosted a variety of Pacific Northwest championships.

Whatever the reasons, and there are many, the course has become a favorite for local and traveling golfers.

For almost 20 years, the Links at Moses Pointe has been a go-to stop for many golfers from around the Pacific Northwest. They enjoy the weather, the challenging layout, the views, the course conditioning – and Director of Golf Bill Porter is there to make sure that people leave after their round saying “I love this course,” a moniker the course has used for years – and for good reason.

The Links at Moses Pointe is a place that has hosted several PNGA and WSGA championships and if the tees are tucked (7,412 yards from the tips), the place is certainly a challenge. There are five sets of tees to accommodate every level of player. As much as there is to like within the confines of the course, the Links at Moses Pointe offers more off the course.

Mulligans restaurant is a must-do before or after a round – and also offers live music and a perfect setting for outside tournaments. PGA professional Randy Puetz offers instruction and club repair and the practice area is a great place to work on your game. There are also plenty of Stay and Play partners lined up with the course. As fall approaches in the Pacific Northwest, Moses Pointe is in the best shape of the year – and the weather is always cooperative.

Links at Moses Pointe
Here are some facts and figures about the Links at Moses Point:
• Location: Moses Lake, Wash.

• Course facts: Course has five sets of tees. Black tees stretch to 7,412 yards. Course features a links-style layout. The Links at Moses Pointe opened for play in 1999.

• Championships hosted: The Links at Moses Pointe has hosted the 2005 and 2008 Washington State Amateur championships and the 2011 Pacific Northwest Public Links championship.

• Stay and Play: The Links at Moses Pointe has hotel partners with Holiday Inn Express Suites, Ramada, The Inn at Moses Lake, Best Western Lake Front Inn, Comfort Inn Suites and Ten Pin Inn.

• Restaurant: Mulligans at the Pointe is open for lunch and dinner April through October.

• Information: 509.764.2275. www.mosespointe.com.