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Featured Course: Chambers Bay

Photo by: Mike Centioli

Chambers Bay, the home of the 2015 U.S. Open, is another one of the magnificent golf courses with tee times available on Supreme Golf. The course, which hosted the U.S. Open for its first time in the tournament’s 115-year history, saw Jordan Spieth hoist the trophy as the U.S. Open Champion that year.

This Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course features massive fairways, giant sand dunes, and is set with views of the Puget Sound and the Olympus Mountain range as its backdrop in University Place, WA, in the Pacific Northwest. One of the many scenic holes the course has to offer includes the par 5 18th-hole, with a view of Mt. Rainer providing the hole’s background. Recently, following the U.S. Open, the greens at Chambers Bay received renovations with the course eyeing hosting the major again in the near future.

Ranked 24th on Golf Digest’s top-100 Public Golf courses in 2017-2018, Chambers Bay has many other accolades – including being named #2 on America’s Best Municipal Golf Courses by Golfweek Magazine, as well as being named the #1 Golf Course in Washington State by Golf Digest.

Supreme Golf provides roughly 13 tee times every day of the week, including the occasional lightning deals where golfers can play this spectacular course at a discounted price. This course is perfect for golfer’s who want to tee it up where the pros have with an unprecedented scenic view of the Pacific Northwest. Book today with Supreme Golf, the world’s largest tee time booking website, and play a course the pro’s play! #FindYourGame.

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