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Central WA Golf
Courses of the Cascades & Beyond
Apple Island Green @ Apple Island Golf Course
Travel through central Washington and the Cascades Region for unmatched golf courses. Whether you're a scratch golfer, weekend warrior, or just love the game, a wealth of green awaits.
Visit the Okanogan Valley Golf Club in Omak – a charming yet challenging executive-style course. This Omak golf course does offer membership, but is also open to the public – so play the nine holes for a quick round, or double up and get your full 18 at Okanogan Valley Golf Club.
North of Wenatchee you'll discover Desert Canyon Golf Course in Orondo. With stunning views of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest and the Columbia River, Desert Canyon offers five different tee boxes on each of the 18 holes. Enjoy a celebratory drink at CJ's Oasis – so long as you didn't place last in your foursome.
When your Washington travels land you in Yakima, you'll want to try two of the top area courses. The Apple Tree Golf Course features the Apple Island Green – you'll, literally, be putting on an island. Then try your luck at Suntides Golf Course. Northeast of Yakima is Ephrata, where you'll encouter more stunning views and stellar golf at the Oasis Park Municipal Golf Course.
Closer to the Washington-Oregon border, book a tee time at Black Rock Creek Golf Course as you explore Sunnyside and Prosser. Black Rock Creek yields 6,664 yards of lush fairways and neatly manicured greens – 18 holes and a par of 72 await at this public course.
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