I love playing where the pros play, and I couldn’t wait to get out to Chambers Bay where Jordan Spieth won the U.S. Open in 2015.
Our writer had played this track in college and warned me it was a big course. I found out just how big on the par four first hole when I ripped a driver and three-wood and came up 60 yards short of the green.
My favorite hole on the front nine was the par three ninth. Measuring over 200 yards, the green sits several hundred feet below the tee. This hole is flat out fun but club selection can be a guess.
The back nine at Chambers Bay has some really fun holes including a drivable par four, two great par threes, and the memorable par five 18th.
If you’re in the Sea-Tac area, be sure to play Chambers Bay. You’re going to be in for a hike, and you might not shoot your career round the first time out but, you’ll have an experience you won’t forget.