Broadmoor Golf Club - Seattle, WA

Broadmoor Golf Club was designed by A. Vernon Macan and opened to the public in 1927.  The opening tee ball still resides in the club house to this day.  Then Club President, Sam Hedges, hit a "220 yard screamer" right down the middle.  After that initial tee shot was struck, many greats have strolled Broadmoor's fairways.  Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and local favorite Freddie Couples have visited and played over the years.  The course has also hosted a number of high profile events including the Seattle Open in 1956, '61 and '63.  Paul Casey holds the course record with a 60 in the 1999 Pac 10 championships.