Wenatchee Golf & Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in East Wenatchee, Washington.
The Wenatchee Golf & Country Club golf course first opened for play in 1925.
The Wenatchee Golf & Country Club course plays to 6,405 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 71 and the slope rating is 126. Par for the course is 72.
At first glance the 6,400 yard course looks as though you could tear it up. But it only takes one hole to realize you had better be on your game or it is going to be a long day. The course has very small greens with very large breaks.
In 1998 Wenatchee hosted the Washington State Men's Amateur Tournament featuring the top amateur players in the State. Over four days these top players were brought to their knees by the difficult lay-out. The Tournament included only four of one hundred and twenty players shooting under par over a four day event.
The front nine was designed by members of the Club with the assistance of W.A. Baker, a banker from Walla Walla. Much of the construction, including tree planting, grading and green structures was completed by member volunteers. The present layout of the front nine stands today much like it did at completion in 1925.
The Back Nine was remodeled in 2003. Additional mounding, bunker remodels, some additional length and new reservoir will only heighten the test of your patience and game.
Remember one thing when playing the WGCC, hit it straight and keep your approach below the hole.
$46 (cart not included), played on Saturday, August 2007 at 6am
More difficult than the yardage indicates. Old-school country club course layout. Fast, fast, fast greens. Crucial to leave approach shots below the pin.
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