Pend Oreille Golf & Country Club - Metaline Falls, Washington

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PastureGolf.com Pend Oreille Golf Course Location MapPlay links style Pasture Golf in Washington at the Pend Oreille Golf & Country Club. This rugged 9-hole course with sand greens is the cheapest place to golf in the Northwest. We welcome submissions of pasture golf courses to this pasture golfers' directory. (Click for larger Map View)


All Photos Courtesy of John Locke

Pend Oreille Golf & Country Club

Name of Course: Pend Oreille Golf & Country Club
Address: Off Highway 31, Metaline Falls, WA 99153
Phone: No phone.
Fees: Weekdays $1 and Weekends $1.50, students play for free. Green fees deposited in box on site.
Number of Holes: 9
Yardage: 2183
Par:   31 (Course record is 27), 40
Season: May through September
Course Type: Meadow with sand greens
Year Built: 1936 or 1937
Facilities & Amenities: No rental equipment. Course maintained by volunteers.
Advice: Cominco may restart the mining (which is right UNDER) the course and the economy of the area will get a boost. An added attraction is to be getting ready to hit around 3 pm and then hear KER boom KER Boom under you. - J.L., 2/7/03
Reason for submitting course: It's our kind of golf course!


The mountain in the background is Hook Nose (naturally) and the view is from close to No 5 green back to the No 5 tee. This is part of the view that the people in the Black and White (above) picture see. They also see another 90 degrees right if they look that way. One last comment. I played Pebble Beach in 1970 and found I was forced to go 9 holes south and then come back (like a marathon). Consider playing 5 holes here and you are back to the 1st (and 6th tee). A short break if you want and then 4 holes to finish. A great design. - John Locke, 2/7/03


Tony Gnezda hitting from the No 1 tee at the Pend Oreille course.


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