Lipoma Firs Golf Course, is a Public, 27 hole golf facility located in Puyallup, Washington. Lipoma Firs Golf Course has three 9-hole golf courses. These courses can be combined in pairs to form three different 18 hole course challenges. The nine-hole courses are The Blue Course, The Gold Course, and The Green Course.
Lipoma Firs Golf Course opened in 1989. The course was designed by Bill Stowe.
The Gold Course at Lipoma Firs Golf Course plays to a par-36 and maximum distance of 3,420 yards.
The Green Course at Lipoma Firs Golf Course plays to a par-36 and maximum distance of 3,302 yards.
The Blue Course at Lipoma Firs Golf Course plays to a par-36 and maximum distance of 3,385 yards.
All the courses are narrow and tree lined. There are many sand bunkers throughout these courses. The greens are large, undulating, and maintained at average speeds. The terrain is mostly flat, but Mt. Rainier comes into play on a couple of holes. This facility's signature hole is #4 on the Green Course, a 547-yard, par 5, which goes straight up the side of Mount Rainier.
The course closed November 5, 2017.
The property will be used for residential development.
$16 (cart not included), played on Friday, April 2011 at noon
Usually the course is in decent shape, but they allowed winter play on frosty greens and a half dozen of the 27 holes have large bare spots and a few greens appear in danger of having to be redone entirely. Hopefully, warmer weather will help. The greens that are okay, apppear to suffer from neglect, they are bumpy and a little fuzzy. Not up to their usual standards.
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