Feel the exhilaration of tee-off and the triumph of a game well played while absorbing clean air and awe-inspiring views of snow capped peaks. Whatcom County has plenty of courses to choose from – fourteen in all. Several courses have captured the attention of leading golf writers with accolades from major golf magazines.

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Homestead Farms Golf Club | 360-354-1196
115 E. Homestead Boulevard, Lynden
True resort course, with wide landing areas and multiple tees for the recreational golfer and length, doglegs and hidden hazards to challenge players with some game. And it is the only course in Washington with a par five that plays into an island green. This beautiful finishing hole has been voted best par 5 finishing hole in the state.
Loomis Trail Golf & Country Club - Semiahmoo | 360-371-7015 or 800-231-4425
4342 Loomis Trail Road, Blaine
Rated as the #5 best public course with greens that are consistently smooth, fast & true. Water comes into play on all holes making for one of the highest slope ratings in the state.
North Bellingham Golf Course | 360-398-8300
205 W Smith Road, Bellingham
With the introduction of flowering meadows and gently rolling fairways, golfers at North Bellingham Golf Course will enjoy the panoramic views of Mt. Baker while being challenged by the prevailing gale winds sweeping across the landscape of this "Real Scottish Style Links Course." |
Raspberry Ridge Golf Course | 360-354-3029
6827 Hannegan Road, Everson
Located between Bellingham and Lynden, this 9 hole par 34 course is one of the most respected and popular golf courses in the area. Known for its great drainage and year around playability. Well maintained and features enormous greens, open fairways, and spectacular views of Mount Baker.
Shuksan Golf Club | 360-398-8888 or 800-801-8897
1500 E Axton Road, Bellingham
Course varies over 100 feet in elevation. The layout occupies a rural setting split by Ten Mile Creek, which meanders through the fairways with alarming regularity. With terrain ranging from steep ridges to gentle meadows, the 6737 yard course provides eighteen distinct landscape canvases on which to paint your own masterpieces. |
Sudden Valley Golf Club | 360-734-6435 or 855-506-2219
4 Clubhouse Circle, Bellingham
Sudden Valley is considered a true masterpiece, stressing finesse and accuracy with water hazards on fourteen of the eighteen holes and some forty-seven bunkers sprinkled throughout the course.


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