"People will go to the ends of the earth for a truly unique experience, Welcome to the ends of the earth"
Discover pure links golf while immersing yourself in panoramic views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains.
As site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur and 2015 U.S. Open Championships, Chambers Bay was designed to challenge the greatest players in the world. Yes it’s a course that anyone can play. Inspired by the open landscape and spectacular location, renowned architect Robert Trent Jones II remained true to links tradition by creating a unique and authentic waterfront course with provides a premium public golf experience.
As the first course in the Pacific Northwest to earn the Audubon Society’s coveted International Silver Signature Sanctuary designation, Chambers Bay is creating a new tradition of managing and protecting water quality and wildlife habitat for the betterment of the environment and the future of the game.
Location: University Place, Washignton State, USA
Year founded: 2007
Courses: Chambers Bay, 7585 yards
Architect: Robert Trent Jones
Hole #15 - 172 yards par 3
This short par 3 plays from an elevated tee and is fully exposed to the prevailing wind, making club selection critical. The well-defended green slopes from left to right. Standing watch in distance, the Lone Fir is the only tree on the course.
Course played: Chambers Bay
Date played: 28th October, 2011