3-Person Summer Scramble:
September 9, 2017 - 9:30am Shotgun Start
$90.00/Team. 2 Drives & 2 Second Shots for each Player.
Gross and Net Prizes awarded. Team KP's and Team Long Putt competitions included, as well as lunch after play. Additional $20.00 Honey Pot available. Power carts, first come first served - $15.00 per seat.
One club length from original spot chosen, ball shall be placed no closer to the hole. The ball must remain in the same length of rough primary or secondary and the fairway when shot is chosen by team. On putting green, ball shall be placed no more than six inches from original spot no closer to the hole. Handicap is figured from the three team members' Index totals then multiplied by 20%. If playoff is needed for either gross or net, “Sudden Death” will be played from the Green Tees, starting at #18, until a winner is determined. All men play Green tees for the entire 18 holes; women play Purple tees. Switch score cards with your fellow competitors you're paired with and keep their score. Pace of play can be an issue going out as six-somes, please be courteous with your time.
Call or stop by the ProShop to sign up and set up your tee time.
SkyRidge Golf Course will be closed to the public until approximately 3pm due to the number of people signed up for the competion and because the pace of play is a six-some. Soren's Café will be closed at 12pm to the public due to the tournament.
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.
This summer, SkyRidge Golf Course celebrated its 13th 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 many friends, family members, and volunteers, 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 9 or use the finishing hole.