Eagles Pride Golf Course is a Military - open to the public, 27 hole golf facility located in Fort Lewis, Washington. The facility has three 9-hole golf courses, The Red, The Blue, and The Green. These can be paired to form 3 different 18-hole courses, Red/Green, Red/Blue, and Green/Blue.
The course architect was Bill Teufel. The course opened in 1979.
Eagles Pride Golf Course at Fort Lewis was voted in the top ten of military golf courses by Travel and Leisure magazine
The course is nestled in the shadows of magnificent Mount Rainier. Fort Lewis provides a great setting for a memorable golf experience.
The 27 championship holes feature exceptional greens, manicured fairways and forgiving rough with tee boxes designed for all levels of golfers.
Complementing the course, Fort Lewis also offers a year-round practice facility that features 10 covered hitting areas with light and heat.
The golf course converts to the original 18-hole (Winter Course) configuration in early November. The golf course reverts to the 27-hole (Summer Course) configuration in late March. The exact dates will be determined by weather conditions.
Guest (cart included), played on Wednesday, August 2012 at 10am
Eagles Pride is a great layout with very quick greens. Plenty of hazards throughout this course. Golf carts are fairly new, good clubhouse and pro shop. The staff is friendly and helpful. The one negative is the food vendor currently running the resturant which should change later this year when their contract is up. As far as playing this course it is a steal during the week with a $35 lunch special (includes golf, cart, lunch). Stop by and see for yourself at the positive changes that have been made in the last year.
$26 (cart included), played on Thursday, June 2010 at 8am
This is a weekday bargain; greens are slow and could use a rolling but worth going to, staff pretty nice really no complaints for the weekday price special.
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