Golf Course Description
Gold Mountain is the sleeping giant in Northwest golf, highly acclaimed but somehow still under the radar. Dramatically sculpted into the Pacific Northwest splendor, the Olympic Course has garnered impressive awards and has taken its place as one of America's finest public courses. The layout has served as host of the 2006 U.S. Amateur Public Link and numerous NCAA tournaments - including this season's NCAA regional. Designed by John F. Harbottle, III, the course plays to a 7,035 yard par 72 -- a true gem that cannot be missed by anyone playing in our region. The Cascade Course provides a small reprieve after a round at the Olympic, but a challenge will still be found - have no doubt. The course screams Pacific Northwest as there are seemingly as many trees as there are blades of grass throughout the routing. The back nine features more elevation changes than the front with the climax coming at the larger than life 609 yard par five 15th hole that tumbles down over 100 feet from tee to green.