Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by travel1 Great golf on the Olympic Peninsula
Trophy Lake was added in place of McCormick Woods after the reviews were not encouraging. This should have been a first choice. The overall condition of the course was great and the course has challenges but is extremely playable. This course is deceptively long as it has several short, but complex holes. Set among an old growth pine forest you play the course feeling away from civilization and back to nature. Well worth the effort for this experience.
September 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by vineski17 A Diamond In The Rough
I found this beauty by accident. When I pulled up to the club house I was blown away. Gorgeous waterfall setup right behind the putting green. This weather has been dry in the PNW this summer but you couldn't tell on this course. The fairways were forgiving when you hit a bad shot but also challenging. There were a few brown spots off the fairway and on the fairway but they are not very noticeable. A little pricey but the cart is included in the price. I will definitely be going here again!!
August 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joey9424008 Fantastic NW track gets you out in the wilderness
Has always been one of my favorite courses growing up but hadn't had the chance to play it in about eight years. It's even better than I remembered. Such a beautiful course and a great layout as well! No houses in site and in such good conditions, really wish I could play this place much more often.
July 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Don9701122 My favorite Oki course
There are no extremely challenging holes (#4 the exception) and no gimme holes either. The design is set in the Kitsap countryside with views of Mount Rainer and the Olympic Mountains. The course maintenance is always super, and the staff positive and friendly. This John Fought design shares several similarities to his Washington National design - Trophy has no homes around it, which is more to my liking. Playing the Olympic at Gold Mountain one day and Trophy the next would be a fabulous Kitsap weekend.
October 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by JasonDeeganGA A trophy course on the Kitsap Peninsula
If you've only got time for one round on the Kitsap Peninsula, it has to be the Olympic course at Gold Mountain. Trophy Lake is no slouch as a quality backup. I played both on a nice weekend trip with my dad back in 2009.
There are no true signature holes at Trophy Lake, just a steady stream of good ones. The setting reflects the natural environment of the peninsula. It's peaceful and quiet playing through all those evergreens.
Fishermen love the property, too. Fly rods are available in the pro shop. The golf course's ponds are stocked with fish.
March 17, 2014