Mount Si Golf Course
Located in the scenic Snoqualmie Valley less than 40 minutes east of Seattle, Mount Si Golf Course is known for its beautiful natural setting and panoramic views. The origins of the course date back to 1930s. The course that stands today is the result of many years of updates and improvements, and has become one of the most popular public golf courses in the area. The player-friendly layout is forgiving enough for beginners with only a few sand bunkers in play but it's more challenging than the scorecard would lead you to believe. The par 4s play short and tight and the four par-5 holes are the course's most memorable. The rolling landscape provides challenging breaks and tricky pin-placements on the greens. There are some tough holes but Mount Si is not an overly formidable golf course.
|Blue (W)||72||6419 yards||75.0||126|
|White (W)||72||6092 yards||73.5||121|
|Yellow (W)||72||5475 yards||70.3||113|
|Blue M: 69.3/120 W: 75.0/126||353||540||372||139||375||366||507||162||348||3162||308||210||581||369||338||381||535||184||351||3257||6419|
|White M: 68.1/118 W: 73.5/121||345||516||348||116||366||345||492||156||340||3024||300||184||556||344||308||346||521||168||341||3068||6092|
|Yellow M: 65.7/110 W: 70.3/113||333||460||312||110||356||299||410||125||335||2740||265||160||498||310||300||260||480||143||319||2735||5475|
|Red M: 56.5/80 W: 57.0/80||145||265||150||80||195||190||240||80||160||1505||125||100||285||175||150||190||230||90||180||1525||3030|
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Tee box at 17 Photo submitted by Sskwarski on 07/31/2021
Mt Si looms over hole 1 Photo submitted by Sskwarski on 07/31/2021
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Raven sculpture Photo submitted by PSCorn on 07/09/2018
Photo submitted by Joey9424008 on 04/21/2015
Fun, fair course.
Good condition and mostly very good greens. Pace of play could be better but where would you rather be on a sunny September day.
Course with mountain view
Gorgeous view. Not a house in sight. Always enjoy playing here. Great restaurant after the round. Not sure why they didn’t put a air nozzle on the hose for guest to clean. Shoe brush was wearing down to nothing. Maybe four holes we had staff watering the green at ten in morning.
I’ve been coming here for a long time, and every spring there is always a improvement. From better drainage, facilities, added a great rock fireplace. The owners and staff are great, accommodating and polite. Something hard to find at a Oki course. And they remove the boulders out of the traps., sand and grass. Pro shop offers more goodies every year. And a big bonus here is, it’s views are beautiful and stunning. Mountains, and wildlife are great in that area. Plus the restaurant is very fair priced, have great food, great management and outside dinning. And no I don’t work there. I just recognize good people that actually put forth a lot of good effort. Great place for Lessons, really helped me on my chipping. And they work with kids and give up a lot of their own private time. So, if you have any older clubs that are just taking up space in your garage or shed. Drop them here, they will cut them down for a particular student. Get out there, try it. Then you can write a review. JT
Challenging Course near Seattle
What a great course 30 minutes outside Seattle. Great layout and challenging course with tree lined fairways and some very challenging greens. Course is well maintained and very peaceful when you play. The staff there is extremely helpful and friendly. The value for your money is very good.
I thought this was a great course. Lots of open trees for some more gutsy approaches, but if you take the actual fairway the holes are nice and long so you get a really full experience playing the course.
Outta town bliss
Relaxed family owned course. Rarely slows down. Drains great. Just far/near enough to town.
We appreciate you taking the time to leave us a review. We would love to know how we can earn those last two stars next time! Thanks for playing Mount Si Golf Course.
Magnificent setting, well maintained grounds, very friendly staff, very good dollar value. Only question I have is......Its architects Gary Barter & John Stanford by the web page indicate they're both born in 1927, maybe so for John but Gary might be fudging a little
The course has a magnificent view from every twist and turn. Although a bit tight, the fairways at present give a huge roll due to the extreme dryness of the area at present. The par threes have challenging cup positions so to challenge a birdie each time. Pace of play can be slow at times due to the many walkers, but all in all, 18 can be accomplished within 4 hours either. This is a friendly, well maintained course that has a great little restaurant and a community feel that welcomes the golfer. Both the long and short game will test the player throughout this magnificent setting.
The folks running this place are as grounded as the course itself. No pretentiousness, just get on well atmosphere with majestic Mountain View’s great. greens with no cart paths to speak of. One of the best winter course west of the mountains, as it also drains quite well.
I play Mt Si, because it is very scenic/ good condition/ no homes/ and challenging. Staff is great. Range is nice. And after a round, the food and beverages via cafe is very good - especially the bacon - best bacon ever!
Enjoying beverage/ food (BLT, baby) on back deck after a round is a great finish to a golf round.
Greens are in fantastic shape. Fairways are green (despite very little rain) but lots of extra roll.
The course is tight in spots, and provides some challenge. Practice range has choice of mats or grass hitting areas . . . though you have to walk for the grass area. They have consistently improved the course (drainage) and have recently improved the sand traps.
Staff in the pro shop is great. The restaurant is excellent.
The tee times are too close together and it makes for a slow round; especially on the weekends . . . despite the marshals efforts to keep groups moving.