Saturday, August 27 – Trophy Lake Golf and Casting Club, Port Orchard
From its quaint, fishing lodge-style clubhouse to its celebrated golf course, Trophy Lake Golf & Casting is a magnificent collaboration of nature and design, capturing the spirit and tradition of the Pacific Northwest. The celebration of two of the Pacific Northwest’s most popular activities – golf and fishing – enhance the experience and create a resort feel that allows guests to truly escape and enjoy.
Located just 15 minutes from the Seattle ferry landing and 30 minutes from Tacoma, Trophy Lake is convenient from all areas of the sound.
Hosted by Steve Franich and Rick Williams, Northwest Hickory Players is pleased to host its annual hickory “invitational” outing at Trophy Lake (an OKI course) on Saturday, August 27, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. Fees are $85 per player which includes golf, golf cart, practice balls, and awards. Players are welcome to walk, but the course has only one fee, so walking is optional (it is a pleasant stroll).
GPS devices will be allowed. The entire course will play under a lateral hazard rule. In traps, lift, rake, and place. Net scores will determine the winner. $5 game fee payable at the course. Designed by award-winning architect John Fought, the 18-hole, championship golf course carves its way through dense, Northwest forest, offering patrons a welcomed sense of isolation and serenity befitting its location on the Kitsap Peninsula. The layout features sloping fairways, expansive greens, beautiful views of the Olympics and Mt. Rainier, and more than 80 deep-faced, white-sand bunkers strategically placed throughout the course’s 7,206 yards.
A testament to its stature among the area’s top courses, Trophy Lake was voted ‘Best Public Golf Course,’ in the 2009 Seattle Magazine Readers’ Choice survey. Adding to the property’s appeal, two of the on-course ponds are stocked with rainbow trout, providing a unique fly-fishing opportunity for guests. One visit and the beauty and charm of Trophy Lake will reel you in hook, line and sinker.