One of the best ways to spend a morning in Walla Walla is with a round of golf at the Wine Valley Golf Club. It can get warm in the summer months, but if you book an early morning tee time, you’ll beat the heat and find this course challenging and rewarding. Imagined by Dan Hixson, former professional golfer turned designer, this grand 18-hole course offers multiple lines of play per hole for any level of experience and acumen.
The Wine Valley Golf Club is set in the shadow of the Blue Mountains, just about 15 minutes away from downtown Walla Walla. The lush green grounds are a stunning contrast to the expansive blue sky of the Valley. While the Wine Valley Golf Club is one of our favorites for a round, there a handful of other courses near Walla Walla and many amazing clubs in the Tri-Cities area. If golfing is a hobby of yours, this is a great place to explore.
Our Walla Walla Bed and Breakfast is a perfect lodging location for a golf getaway in Washington, we’re only 20 minutes from the Wine Valley Golf Club and only about a half hour from the popular courses in the Tri-Cities. We offer 5-star luxury lodging, on-premise gourmet dining from The Vine Restaurant, Spa services, and all of the best amenities for an amazing stay. Start planning your next getaway and book at the Cameo Heights Mansion today!
Check Out the Great Course at Wine Valley Golf Club
While golfing at the Wine Valley Golf Club should be on your itinerary for sure, there are many other courses to check out in the surrounding areas. We always suggest to spend the morning on the green and plan on an afternoon wine tasting for a full day of Walla Walla activities.
Here are six courses to look into on your stay at Cameo Heights:
- Wine Valley Golf Club: Hit the links at this premier golf course for 18-holes designed by Dan Hixson himself. This golf club is only a quick ride from our Walla Walla Bed and Breakfast.
- Milton-Freewater Golf Course: This 18-hole course offers a panoramic view of the Walla Walla Valley. First opened in 1974, this course is great for the experienced or novice golfer.
- Veteran’s Memorial Golf Course: Opened in 1948 as a part of Veteran’s Memorial Park, this course and driving range is a pretty course with 18-holes for all experience levels. Service members receive half-off rounds on every Monday.
- Canyon Lakes Golf Course: As the Tri-Cities highest rated Golf course by Golf Digest you won’t be disappointed by a round here. The 18-hole course is a par-72 and clocks in at 7,026 yard fields.
- Sun Willows Golf Course: Designed by Robert Muir Graves, this course is par-72 and sports 32 bunkers and five lakes, making for a tricky but enjoyable round.
- Columbia Park Golf Tri-Plex: Set along the shores of the Columbia River, this a great spot for a quick round, but is accessible for all skill levels. They also have fun options like foot golf or disc golf for those who might be looking for a more casual activity.
- Columbia Point Golf Course: For a moderately challenging course, this James J. Engh design uses elevation to create an interesting round of golf.
As always, as you’re planning your Washington golf getaway, allow us to help set up reservations or tee-times for you.
Enjoy 5-Star Dining and Lodging at Our Walla Walla Inn
Before a day of golf at the Wine Valley Golf Club, make sure to join us for an amazing breakfast spread. Your day will start with complimentary tray service of your choice of coffee, tea, or juice and a fresh out of the oven pastry right to your door. Take your time, and head down to our hearty multi-coursed breakfast of fresh fruit, sweet and savory options, and several entree choices. We use seasonal and local ingredients whenever available.
We also have you covered for your dinner plans, after a long adventure on the greens, head to The Vine Restaurant for dinner. Our on premise fine dining restaurant offers the best wine list in town and an innovative and tasty 7-course tasting menu of northwest specialties. Start planning your Walla Walla getaway filled with relaxation and amazing meals. Book your room today!
Source: Cameo Heights