Chambers Bay

Tacoma, Washington

A stunning and unique modern links on Puget Sound

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Famously, many pros did not care for Chambers Bay when they played the 2015 US Open there. Ignore them. This is flat out one of the most scenic, wild and fun courses you can play in America. Elements of Chambers Bay feel distinctly British. Yet, it’s a brawny brute that climbs – and falls – some truly massive hills, giving it a unique feel for a links course. There are huge dunes, extensive waste areas and even an active rail line bordering several holes. This is such a wonderful modern American take on a classic links course, and it’s a total bucket list experience.

Expert Reviews

Rankings

World

 

Not ranked

 

United States

#24 (Public Courses)

Golf Digest

 

#98

Golf Magazine

Washington

#1 (Public Courses)

Cascade Golfer

 

#1 (Public Courses)

Golf Magazine

 

#1 (Public Courses)

Golf Week

 

#2

Top 100 Golf Courses

 

#2

Golf Digest

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Course Photos

Course Layout

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What To Know

Yardage & Tees
When to Play
Chambers Bay is open year round, weather permitting. 

April through September are the drier months in Tacoma, where Chambers Bay is located. Being in the Pacific Northwest, expect the fall, winter and spring to be wet but mild. Any time you can get on Chambers Bay should be great, but expect more sun, less rain and better views during May through August.

 

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Greens Fees
 Chambers Bay’s rates are not available online at this time. But you can generally find tee times for under $100 during the off-season, with rates approaching $300 at peak times during the summer.

If you want to see if Chambers Bay has reposted their rates yet, go here

Visitor Tee Times
Visitors may play Chambers Bay seven days a week.

Book a tee time.

Rentals & Caddies
Caddies are available and the rate is to be negotiated with the caddie. Chambers Bay recommends a rate of $100 per bag. Chambers Bay also offers “Group Caddies,” who stay with you, do not carry bags and offers advice on greens and yardage, and tends the pin. Chambers Bay recommends a rate of $40-$50 for Group Caddies.

Book a caddie by calling (253) 552-4869 or by completing the form here.

Golf clubs are available to rent for $55. This fee includes two sleeves of balls. The clubs are Taylor Made Reserve clubs ahead of time by calling (253) 460-4653 x5 or by completing the form here.

Pull carts are available and included with your greens fee.

Golf carts are only available to those with permanent disabilities. Carts require prior approval and you must be accompanied by a caddie. Learn more here.

Practice Facilities
Chambers Bay has two practice facilities. The warm-up range by the 1st and 10th tees includes a full driving range with putting and chipping areas. Balls are complimentary with your greens fee.
Other Things To Know
Course Website

Year built: 2007

Architects: Robert Trent Jones III

Stay and Play: Chambers Bay has a fantastic Stay and Play deal package with The Home Course and Gold Mountain. See details here. They have a few other packages too, which can be viewed here.

Course guide: View Chambers Bay helpful hole-by-hole course guide here.