And finally... Our annual GUTBUSTER tourney.
Test your iron(s) from the tips to the most challenging pin placements!
Saturday, March 24th, 2018
$70.00/person and individual play.
This includes 18 holes of Tournament Golf , Range Balls, 3 KP holes, Honey Pot, and Lunch. AND... One FREE practice round on Friday, March 23rd.
Individual Medal Play
Men Play Black Tees......................6529 yds
65+ Men Play Green Tees..............5960 yds
Women Play Silver Tees.................5737 yds
9am is the first tee time (barring frost).
Call for a tee time (360) 683-3673 or stop by the ProShop.
This year's St. Paddy's Day Tourney was a lot of fun. It was well-attended by a skillful and eclectic blend of golf club members. We had golfers from not only SkyRidge, but Cedars at Dungeness, Peninsula Golf Club, and Port Townsend Golf Club. And the competition was fierce! The Thorne & Mitrovich team took the win again with a scramble score of 59, or 13 under par! The group was comprised of Mark Mitrovich, Gary and Russ Thorne, and Adam Carignan. But this win came by a mere 2 strokes! Jerry Pedersen, Kenny Chace, Shane Price, and Josh Koester, all SkyRidge Golf Course Members, golfed a 61 Gross and a 56.2 Net, earning them 3rd Net. A group of ladies took 1st Net with a score of 55.8! Well done, Kathy Langston, Bobbie Piety, Marine Hirschfeld, and Emily Cook. And as ever, it's always great when our friends from Port Townsend participate in the tournaments. Chris, Doug, and Brian Lux, as well as Mark Ajax hail from Port Townsend Golf Club, and Mark Lux came from the other side of the pond for moral support. They took 2nd Net as well as the Long Putt on hole 18 with the infamous shillelagh. With a knotty wooden stick, Doug Lux made the putt from 52'4" away. "I saw the guy in front of me hit it and make it about a third of the way. I swung like it was a hockey stick. There were witnesses."
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!
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 2018 "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 2018 SkyRidge 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 2018 SkyRidge Mid-Winter Scramble:
GROSS: Kui Solomon, Mark Mitrovitch, Gary Thorne
NET: Herman Murillo (SRGC member), Chris Edmonds, Dave Gebhardt
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 14th 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.