Home Course offers the right kind of conditions for fall, winter golf

Updated: November 2, 2018

There is plenty to like about The Home Course. The course, co-owned and operated by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association and Washington State Golf Association, has been ranked among the top tracks in the Pacific Northwest since opening in 2007 – and for good reason.

The Home Course, in DuPont, Wash., serves as a championship-caliber golf course for tournaments with its challenging layout that can stretch to over 7,400 yards from the Dynamite tees. The course played host to qualifying rounds for the U.S. Amateur in 2010 and will also be the companion course to Chambers Bay for the 2021 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball.

But as long and challenging as The Home Course can play, it offers a variety of tee boxes to fit any style of play. The course has been ranked as high as the No. 2 top public course in the state of Washington.

And if you are looking for the right fit for a fall and winter course, The Home Course has dry conditions year round. You will see some terrific views of the Olympic Mountains and the Puget Sound. But don’t get caught up in the views, this is a golf course that gets your attention from the first hole to the 18th green. And the price is almost always right at The Home Course and they also offer discounted green fees to active and retired military personnel, which makes sense since it sits just down the freeway from Joint Base Lewis McChord.

Off the course, the Golf House Grill, a new restaurant, opened in the spring of 2017.