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Meriwood Golf Course
Meriwood is the original of the two courses built at the Meriwood Campus, a recreational-residential reserve located south of Washington’s capital city of Olympia. Opened in 1995, Meriwood was designed by Bill Overdorf, a Northwest-based architect whose other Washington design credits include Homestead Farms and The Classic, and Aspen Lakes in central Oregon.
Meriwood is regularly ranked by Golf Digest as one of America's top-75 most affordable golf courses. Carved from tall timber, Meriwood stretches from 5,600 yards to 7,170 yards with four tees on every hole. Water features and wetlands add to the beauty and challenge of the course. From the black back tees, the course is particularly tough, boasting a 75.1 rating and 135 slope. Carts are mandatory at Meriwood.
Among Meriwood’s peripheral amenities are a clubhouse with full food and beverage service, a grass-teed driving range, and a nine-hole putting course.
For more information or to book a tee time, call -800-55-TEE-IT or go online to www.meriwoodgolf.com.