Mukilteo >Food & Dining > Pointe Restaurant & Lounge
11817 Harbour Pointe Blvd, Mukilteo, WA | Directions 9827547.890622 -122.306062
Worst golf experience – I have played here twice only to be looked down upon for no reason whatsoever. Marshalls harass non-locals, defend slow-playing locals. Seems like the course is overbooked and blame you for the slow play. Pro shop will also exude the same unwarranted arrogance. Only plus here is some nice holes. Overpriced and ultimately the worst course in the pacific NW.
Good course if you get a discount – The course was in pretty good shape, but drainage is definitely a problem. There does seem to be some snobbery on this course, but we had no problems with the marshals or other players, although I would say that drinking a beer during play got us a few odd looks even though they sell it on the course. I would not pay full price to play this course at any time. It was very challenging though, so would not recommend for beginners.
This fantastic, 18-hole course is tough, with water hazards everywhere on the front nine. – The Course
For a chance to reach the large, moderately undulating greens--Harbour Pointe's trademark--you need to place your tee shots precisely. Carefully notice where the pin is located; proper placement can mean a two-club difference in your approach shot.
Harbour Pointe is pricey, but it offers discounts during off-season, off-hours and at twilight.
Number of Holes: 18
Par: men 72, women 72
Rating/Slope: men 69.7/122, women 64.1/119
Driving Range: Yes
Pro Shop: Yes
Cart Rental: Yes
doctor duck – Great Arthur Hills designed course. One of the few in the northwest. Plagued by drainage problems and an ill conceived housing development that has encroached on the original design.
Nice Track – I found the staff to be helpful, and after reading comments that marshall's are cracking down on slow play, I look forward to playing the course again. It's a well maintained, beautiful course, that presents numerous challanges on every hole. Last time I played, it painstakingly took over five and one half hours. I thought the weekend price was a little steep for the overall value of the course.
watch out for the golf police – Are you sure this isn't a members only club, cuz they sure made us feel unwelcome. Big thanks to the marshalls for following us for the first 6 holes and letting us know we were not locals.
One of the finest around – excelent course!!!!!!!!!! I would recomend it to anyone who has a hanycap under 25.
Worst Golf Experience in the NW – My biggest complaint with the course is not the obvious drainage problems, but the marshalls. I played with my father & father-in-law recently. We were stopped and verbally harassed 7 times by marshalls in our first 14 holes. Each time they stopped us for what they thought was "slow play," we explained that there were 2 open holes in front of us when we tee'd off (we actually played faster than the group ahead of us). Each time we were verbally abused and treated horribly. I have played nearly every course in the state in open play and tournaments. I have never seen ANYTHING like this. The arrogance was unbelievable. And we paid $300 for the foursome! What a waste of money!
Great variety, great course – Amazing course with tremendous variety and perfect greens. The front is a certified wetland and the back is a hilly, forest course. Bring your A game and a few extra balls. Well worth the $$
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