The Golf Club at Echo Falls offers guests an outstanding combination of northwest scenery and championship golf. Golfers will use every club in their bag on the par-70 course designed by renowned architect Jack Frei. The layout features a variety of dog-legging fairways, dramatic elevation changes, challenging par-3s, and two of the most memorable finishing holes the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Widely considered one of the most difficult par-4s in the state, the 17th hole demands an accurate tee shot and a risk/reward approach over water. A short walk from the 17th green, golfers arrive at the famous par-3 18th hole. Featuring a magnificent island green framed by a cascading waterfall and Echo Falls’ majestic Tudor clubhouse, the 18th hole is sure to leave a lasting impression on your golf experience.
In addition to its popular golf course, the high-end facilities and a commitment to exceptional service have earned The Golf Club at Echo Falls the reputation of providing a first class experience at an unparalleled value.