Bald Eagle is a parkland course layout with a very private feel, where the land has dictated the design. Bordered by forest preserve, ponds, and wetlands, Bald Eagle is home to black-tailed deer, soaring eagles, hawks, ducks and blue herons. Just a short walk to the Pacific Ocean, Bald Eagle is considered by many to be the finest year round course in the Pacific Northwest.
Also recognized as one of the top ten best new courses in the US by Golf Digest in 2003, Bald Eagle has just undergone a major two year long restoration and is in top condition. Designed by award-winning golf course architect, Wayne Carleton, the course offers golfers a scenic and rewarding experience for players of all levels.
Amazing layout and one of the greatest Pros around. Go see Kyle German and the team. You will be pleasantly surprised with the way they have improved the course! May 2019
Incredible track! Incredible food! Incredible service! So good! June 2019
Welcome to Bald Eagle! The uphill first begins a memorable front nine. Consider taking a bit more club on the approach to this smallish, narrow green. Leaving it short will yield Pars, long is not good.
The traditional allure of the Par 3 second is a favorite of golfers. The classic bunkering awaits the less then perfect shot and those who chose to play from the tips will be scratching their heads on this one.
The reachable Par 5 third begins a stretch of holes that can provide scoring opportunities for those who’ve got game. Keep it straight and success will follow. An accurate play to the small rolling green protected by the left bunker and the buried rock in front will be rewarded.
The majestic Fir provides the target off the tee. Before playing to the green beware of the pin position. With any pin left, the wise play is to the middle of the green. The front left bunker is no bargain.
The fifth is a classic risk/reward three shotter. For long hitters, the decision to go for this Par 5 should be made on the tee. If the courage is not there, then two good lay ups and a wedge to this ‘popped-up” green will provide a birdie chance. Anything short will likely meet a watery grave.
Take a breath and watch the Eagles fly by, but don’t let them affect your tee ball. The second shot may look easy, but the smallest green on the course is surrounded on all sides by wetlands. Take time to read your putt as there is more borrow there then you might expect!
A good downhill Par 4 requiring a right to left tee shot. The longer hitters need to take note of the bunker short of the green and a green that falls away. Attacking a back pin leaves no room for error and the tough chip from over the green will test the best of players.
Yes there is a green up their and so are some of the best views on the course. This Par 3 beckons you to hit a fearless tee shot, calling for a high soft fade. The green has more contour then it looks with everything moving towards the Pacific!
A wonderful finish to the front nine. Be careful not to drive it through the fairway here avoiding the pond. After a good drive this hole should yield some birdies to good iron play.
The back nine opens with a classic, slightly downhill dogleg left Par 4. A play to the right center of the fairway will open up the green protected on the left by two small pot bunkers. A great hole that will test your nerves.
Don’t be deceived by the length! A three metal, long-iron tee shot down the left side will open up the short approach to a green tucked nicely amongst the mature trees.
The Par Threes at Point Roberts are unique and dramatic. This one-shotter is definitely a good one. The green is more receptive and larger than it appears. Pick the right club and don’t mess with the back left pin placement!
Stand on the tee and admire this three shot beauty. The nine classic bunkers are not to be reckoned with. Three, straight, well executed shots are needed. Take note of the widest parts of the fairway and a Par on this demanding Par 5 deserves a hearty “well done”.
Wetlands, trees and bunkers, few golf holes capture the power and charm of this Par 4. Take aim at the right fairway bunker off the tee. The approach is to a long, narrow green. An aggressive play for the back pin placement could lead to a big number.
The only trick on this Par 3 is convincing yourself of the yardage. There is more green then you can see from the tee. Take enough club, watch the swirling winds and take your best “A-Game Swing”. Par is a welcome score here.
The secret to sixteenth is the tee shot. Lay up short of the right bunker with a three metal or try and fit your tee ball in the narrows past it. If you risk the long drive and succeed you will be left with a short iron approach to a green that is deeper than it appears.
There is lots of fairway out there so relax and give it a go. The approach to the large “popped-up” green must be precisely struck as hazards await right, left and long.
The finish to this great course begins with an intimidating tee shot. There is more room then it appears but not much. The brave of heart can try and find the fairway to set up an eagle opportunity. Birdies and bogeys will be plentiful and take time to see if you are being watched from above!
OPEN YEAR ROUND!
Our guest rates reflect the great design, exceptional scenery and the private feel that sets Bald Eagle Golf Club apart.
Book up to 14 days in advance. We look forward to hosting you in 2022.
We are excited to announce we will have grab and go food in the clubhouse this season.
Hot dogs, smokies, muffins, chips, snacks, beer, wine, White Claws non alcoholic drinks.
Come and check out what we have!
|Adult Unlimited Play Membership
|June 15, 2022 – March 15, 2023
|10 Round Pass
|Senior Unlimited Play Membership
|June 15 – March 15, 2023
|Winter Pass 2022/23
|Nov. 1st – March 31, 2023
|Green Fees – 18 Holes
|Oct.1 – March 31, 2023
|Green Fees – 9 Holes
|Driving Range Tokens
Complimentary push carts available upon request.
Bald Eagle Golf Club is always looking for energetic, hard-working, motivated individuals to join our team!
We have positions available in the following areas:
Assistant Golf Course Superintendent (See details below)
You can also send your resume or inquires to email@example.com
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.