SkyRidge Golf Course
SkyRidge Golf Course

SkyRidge is 15 Years Old!


We are pleased to annouce the winners of the 15th Anniversary 2-Person Modified Chapman Tournament


1st Gross: Mark Mitrovich & Gary Thorne

1st Net:  Jerry Pedersen & Kenny Chace

2nd Net:  Mike Penna & Bob Madsen

3rd Net:  Britt Claussen & Jeremy Oliver


It was a great turn out of members, athletes, friends, and even two newcomers for the 15th birthday of SkyRidge Golf Course. It was a beautiful Sequim day. The sun and mountains were out in all their glory and the light breeze kept the attendees comfortable. Former superintendent, Allen Patton, barbecued oysters all day so the athletes could have a savory snack on the turn. And Driving Range Member, John Haggar, volunteered his time to run beverages out to golfers on the course. Folks golfed 18 holes and were served steak and sides afterward. Some played Seahawks Bean Bag Toss out on the driving range platform, courtesy of Britt Claussen; and while the celebratory cake was being served, Jennifer Horton sang a song she wrote about SkyRidge and the people who make it a pleasantly memorable place to be. Andy Watkins accompanied her on guitar, playing original music, and their collaboration pulled a tear from many an audience member. Then, after the majority of the people gave hugs and said "until next time," owner Jeff Pedersen got his very first Anniversary Tourney HorseRace. He's offered the additional golf every year, but no one had taken him up on it... until this year. 15 years and Jeff made a small dream of his come true. 

It was a perfect end to a perfect day. 


From the Staff and Volunteers at SkyRidge Golf Course, "Thank You" for all of the support you have given us over the years!

Here's to the next 15 years!


To see the original song, "Nine Holes Walkin'", written and performed by Jennifer Horton, accompanied by Andy Watkins with the original music, click on the link.

SkyRidge Golf Course Pro Shop


                GHIN Sign Up

                Tournament Enrollment

                Tee Times


                Cart Rental

                Range Baskets

                Good Conversation

                   Lost and Found


      Your ProShop Staff:  Pete Young, Dale Erickson, Kathy Langson, Ashley Payne, Cat Dumler, Jennifer Horton, Tess Taylor, Jerry Pedersen, and Jeff Pedersen. 

Soren's Café Hours

Monday     8am - 2pm

Tuesday     8am - 2pm

Wednesday     8am - 2pm

Thursday     8am - 2pm

Friday     8am - 4pm 

Saturday     8am - 4pm

Sunday     8am - 4pm 


Hours of Café operation are variable dependent on Tournaments, Special Events, and/or Seahawks games. 

Our apologies for any inconvenience. 

How to Sign Up for Tournaments:

Sign up in the ProShop (7015 Old Olympic Hwy) or over the phone at (360) 683-FORE (3673). 

Having trouble getting a foursome together? Call us and we'll work to partner you with one of our members. 

We're always glad to have new golfers on our course and we have a great group of members who are very welcoming. 

Win a tourney and your name will remain in the winners box for the entire year!


Become a Member:

Whether you're new to the sport or not, SkyRidge is a great place to keep your handicap on file. For $50.00 a year, you can register your handicap index. We use the WSGN system which can be accessed at any other golf course that uses the system. 

                                                           Winner's Circle ~ 2018


Winner of the Player's Championship


Winners of the 3-Person Summer Scramble

Gross:   Gary Thorne, Mark Mitrovitch, Adam Carignan

Net:  1st ~ Doug Lux, Brian Lux, Mark Ajax; 2nd ~ Kenny Chace, Jerry Pedersen, Shane Price, 

           3rd ~ Bobby Kelly, Don Heinkel, Mike Penna


Winners of the 15th Annual, 2-Day, Club Championship

Gross:  Josh Koester (Member)

Net:  Jerry Pedersen (Member)


Winners of the Clallam Links Open Tournament

Men's (0-14)  ~  Black Tees

Gross:  Josh Koester (SRGC Member)

1st Net:  Bobby Kelly  (SRGC Member)


Men's (15 & Up)  ~  Green Tees:

Gross:  Rich Burlingame (SRGC Driving Range Member)

1st Net:  Herman Murillo (SRGC Member)



Net:  Marine Hirschfeld


Winners of the Stars & Stripes 27 Hole Tournament

Gross:  Shane Price (Member) & Carl Taylor (Volunteer/Member)

1st Net:  Jerry Pedersen & Kenny Chace III

2nd Net:  Jeff Pedersen (Owner) & Richard Fisher (Member)

3rd Net:  Dave Gebhardt & Chris Edmonds (Visitors)


Winners of the 15th Anniversary Tournament

Gross:  Gary Thorne & Mark Mitrovich

Net:  1st ~ Jerry Pedersen & Kenny Chace; 2nd ~ Mike Penna & Bob Madsen; 3rd ~ Jeremy Oliver & Britt Claussen 


Winners of the Memorial Day Tournament

Net:  1st ~ Ken Chace, 2nd ~ Jeff Pedersen, 3rd ~ Matthew Cays, 4th ~ Tim Bittner, 5th ~ Rich Burlingame, 6th ~ Don Bridges


Winners of the 2018 Spring Opener

Gross:  Gary Thorne & Mark Mitrovich

Net:  1st ~ Jeff Pedersen & Shane Price; 2nd ~ Jerry Pedersen & Kenny Chace III; 3rd ~ Danny Romero & Mark Hash



GROSS:  Kenny Chace III - 82 (SRGC Member & Volunteer), Jeff Pedersen - 86 (SRGC Owner)

NET:  1st  Robb Reese - 73 (SRGC Member), 2nd  Shane Price - 75 (SRGC Member), 3rd Derek Moore


Winners of the 2018 St. Paddy's Day Tourney

GROSS:  Mark Mitrovich, Gary Thorne, Russ Thorne, Adam Carignan (Peninsula Golf Club Member)

NET:  Kathy Langston (SRGC Volunteer & Member), Marine Hirschfeld (SRGC Range Pass Holder), Emily Cook, Bobbie Piety

            (Cedars @ Dunegeness Member)


Winners of the "Golf for Softball" Tournament/Fundraiser

TIE for GROSS:  Kyle Priest, Jeremy Copeland, Tony Walker and 

                                      Gary Thorne, Mark Mitrovich, Kathy Thorne, Laurie Mitrovich

NET:  Chad Wagner (Peninsula Golf Club Pro), Jake Lotzgesell, Adam Carignan, Alex Atwell


Winners of the 27-Hole Winter Links Open

GROSS:  Jeff Pedersen (SRGC Owner), Brian Cays (SRGC member), Richard Fisher (SRGC member), and

                  Nick Warren (PGA Apprentice)

NET:  Jerry Pedersen (SRGC member), Kenny Chace III (SRGC member),  Shane Price (SRGC member), and

             Josh Koester (SRGC member)


Winners of the Mid-Winter Scramble:

GROSS:  Kui Solomon, Mark Mitrovitch, Gary Thorne

NET:  Herman Murillo (SRGC member), Chris Edmonds, Dave Gebhardt

180° View of the Mountains

Nestled between the base of the Olympic Mountain Range and the Strait of Juan de Fuca, you'll find SkyRidge Golf Course & Soren's Café. The owners and operators of this establishment, The Pedersen Family, have thoughtfully incorporated the natural elements of the surrounding geography into your golfing and dining experience. 

"Everyone knows your name."

Whether you come in for a cup a coffee at the turn, a beer while watching the game, or one of Tess' awesome breakfasts, burgers, or pie, you'll be treated like one of the gang here at Soren's Café.

Check us out on Facebook at:  Soren's Cafe at SkyRidge Golf Course

See "Soren's Café Menus" at the bottom of the page for a detailed listing of what we offer in the café.

SkyRidge Golf Course:  The only golf course on the Olympic Peninsula where you can drive to your ball every day of the year. 

Welcome to SkyRidge Golf Course, the family owned and operated golf course off of Old Olympic Highway.

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned athlete, you are welcome to enjoy all the amenities our public course offers, every day of the year. SkyRidge Golf Course has a driving range, putting & chipping greens, proshop, carts to rent, and access to a PGA-certified pro for lessons.

Course History

This summer, SkyRidge Golf Course celebrated its 15th year; and all year long members and visitors alike have said it's our best year yet. This land has a rich history. First settled by Soren Pedersen after he emigrated to the United States from Denmark, he developed an 80 acre dairy farm. The land has since been passed on to his children, Jeff, Martin, and Annie, who, with the help of friends, family, community members, Sequim Pioneers, and volunteers throughout the years, changed the topography of this slice of the Dungeness Valley into a links-style golf course.


We are a 10-hole golf course that doubles as an 18-hole course. The back nine being played from a separate set of tees. A 10-hole course?, you may be asking yourself. Yes! When playing 9 holes, you can either end your game on Hole #9 or use the finishing hole, also known as Hole #18. We boast wide open fairways, challenging holes with water hazards, and a breathtaking view of the Olympic Mountain Range. In keeping with a links-style course, you'll find that it is very walkable. But if you do opt to rent a cart, since we don't have cart paths cut into the grass, you are able to drive to your ball all year long. 

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