SkyRidge Golf Course
SkyRidge Golf Course

27-Hole Winter Links Open

 

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

9:00am Shotgun Start (barring any frost)

 

$160 per team  ~ Includes Greens Fee, Range Balls, 4 KP's, LP's, and Lunch after Play, 

Optional Honey Pot  ~  $80.00 / team.  Power carts offered  ~  $15.00 / seat.  

 

Scoring & Format:

Green Tees only. Establish a four-person team; divide that team into (2) two-person teams for a 9-hole "Scramble";  switch partners and play nine holes of 2-person "Better Ball". Finally, switch to your final partner and play "Alternating Shot" for the last 9 holes. Each team will end up with a 54-hole score after 27 holes of golf... i.e. Each team will write down the two Scramble scores for the first nine holes, giving you an 18-hole score. Switch partners, then write down the two Better Ball scores for the second nine holes, giving you another 18-hole sore. Switching to your last partner, record both Alternanting Shot scores for the last 18-hole score. Combine these scores for your 54-Hole total. (216 is Par for 54 Holes.)

 

Each team must have a total Team Handicap of 24.0 or greater. Handicap will be determined by giving each 2-person team 15% of their added total for the Scramble, 25% of their full handicap for the Better Ball, and 20% of their added total for the Alternating Shot format. Example:  If your team has two players that total 20 and the other group has 15, your handicap for the Scramle will be 3 & 2.3 / for the Better Ball... 5 & 3.8, and for the Alternating Shot... 4 & 3. 

 

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

We're always glad to have new golfers on our course. We've got a great group of members who are welcoming to the newcomer. Having trouble getting a foursome together? Call us and we'll work to partner you with one of our members. Win a tourney and your name will remain in the winners box for the entire year!

 

 

Winners of the 2018 SkyRidge Mid-Winter Scramble:

GROSS:  Kui Solomon, Mark Mitrovitch, Gary Thorne

NET:  Herman Murillo (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 Cafè Menus" at the bottom of the page for a detailed listing of what we offer in the cafè.

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 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. 

 

 

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