About Suncadia ResortThe Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, Washington, is located on the sunny side of the Cascade Mountains 80 miles from Seattle. Guests can choose from four lodging options: The Lodge, The Inn, Trailhead Condominiums and vacation homes. The 6,400-acre property features a 12-room Glade Spring Spa, Suncadia Club Swim & Fitness Center, Historic Nelson Dairy Farm, Swiftwater Cellars Winery and Community Parks. Multiple dining opportunities are available. Summer adventures can be found on the water (river rafting, fly fishing, kayaking and standup paddle boarding), on the trails (bird watching, biking and hiking) and on two courses, Prospector by Arnold Palmer and Rope Rider by Jacobsen Hardy Design. Tom Doak’s Tumble Creek is private.
Golf courses at Suncadia Resort
Images from Suncadia Resort
Par 4 around the water Photo submitted by DPeris on 10/10/2014
The view from the elevated 10th tee might be the best in the state except what's at Chambers Bay. Photo submitted by JasonDeeganGA on 03/17/2014
10th hole tee box. Photo submitted by Spencer3502694 on 10/30/2013
Photo submitted by Dannmiller on 08/04/2013
Some areas around greens were dry and hard pan but overall in very good condition. Greens run fast. Beautiful scenery. Nice perks with ice coolers, water, towels. Recommend highly.
Suncadia Prospector course
The course is beautiful and in great shape. Brad the starter was very helpful giving us great advise and making us feel most welcome. He is a real gem. The pace of play was very good. At times it seemed like we had the course to ourselves. We look forward to our next outing on the course.
Long day trip. Resort is full setrvi e. Housing around course is high end.
One of my favorite courses
Love love love this course. I'd go on for 1,000 more words but just trust me. Book a tee time, you will it be disappointed.
My favorite course. Challenging but fair. The greens are spectacular. Wish I could play here every weekend. 1,000,000 Stars. ♥️♥️
Location of the driving range is at Prospector course ... 1/2 mile.. A bit awkward to have to drive to it and back to the first tee. Leave yourself plenty of time.