Enjoy the U.S. Open from Gold Mountain Golf Course

Gold Mountain Golf Course is showing the U.S. Open al four days and is offering drink specials to celebrate the coveted tournament being played at Chambers Bay.

A view of holes 17 and 18 from the back patio.

A view of holes 17 and 18 from the back patio.

BREMERTON — The U.S. Open Championship is being played at Chambers Bay golf course in University Place, Washington. The best golfers in the world are coming to the Northwest in hopes of hoisting one of the most coveted trophies in golf. The tournament will take place June 18-21, and can be watched on FOX.

If you want to be a part of the action, however, but can’t make it to Chambers Bay, Gold Mountain Golf Course is the next best thing.

Although the course is booked solid this week,(“We have had people calling us for six months wanting to play and watch the Open,” said Daryl Matheny, Gold Mountain’s general manager), Gold Mountain is still hosting an opportunity to watch the Open and be a part of the action.

Gold Mountain Golf Course is a beautiful patch of greenery surrounded by nature. With patios looking over opposite sides of the course, it is the perfect place to sit, enjoy the sun and feel like you’re a part of the tournament without the traffic of Tacoma.

The course is going all out to make watching the Open as enjoyable as possible. Along with being able to watch the tournament on several different screens, drink specials will be offered.

“We’re going to have a projection screen, and other TVs showing the tournament throughout the clubhouse,” said Matheny. “We’re going to have drink specials and on Saturday, we’ll have a TV out on the driving range for people to watch while out there.”

Gold Mountain will be showing the tournament all four days, June 18 through the 21.

Port Ludlow Golf Course is also honoring the U.S. Open by offering special green fees during the week of the tournament, $125 for two people.

Grab yourself an Arnold Palmer and pretend you’re at Chambers Bay without ever leaving the peninsula.

 

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