West Seattle Golf Course - Seattle, WA

West Seattle Golf Course is a great municipal track and probably one of the best values in the area.   The front nine plays relatively flat where the back nine is much more hilly and features amazing views of the Seattle skyline.  

The course was designed by H. Chandler Egan, who did some work on Pebble Beach and studied as an apprentice to the legendary Alister Mackenzie.  The course opened in 1940 and unfortunately, Mr Chandler Egan did not see West Seattle to it's opening day.  

The course has hosted a number of amateur and regional tournaments over the years.  To this day West Seattle golf course hosts the Seattle Amateur and has so for the past 20 years.