The Everett Golf and Country Club golf course was founded in 1910. The golf course, originally nine holes, was laid out over sixty-six acres and possessed beautiful views of the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, plus Everettâ€™s harbor on Puget Sound. The club was nearly twenty years old when it made the expansion to eighteen holes. Frank James designed the back nine, which was added in 1928. Over the years redesigns on the course have been done by Ken Tucker, Boyd Gourley, Ted Robinson, and John Steidel
The 18-hole, par 72 golf course is a dramatic golfing experience. Adding to the dynamic character of your game are fairways lined with towering fir trees and strategically placed sand traps, all designed and maintained to meet the highest standards of all golfers. The signature hole is #16, a 265-yard, par 4, which was nicknamed "Hogan's Alley" because of its straight and narrow design with towering trees creating an alley effect.
Because membership is limited, Everett Golf & Country Club does not require Tee Times
The Everett Golf and Country Club golf course plays to a par-72 and 6,188 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 70.0 and the slope rating is 126.
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