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Welcome to Broadmoor Golf Club

The course borders Lake Washington, the Washington Park Arboretum, and the Broadmoor residential neighborhood. Vistas of Lake Washington, the University of Washington, Laurelhurst and the Cascade Mountains are seen from many of the holes on the course and from the clubhouse...

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Golf History at Broadmoor Golf Club

Golf history hosted at Broadmoor over the years included the Seattle $10,000 Open Tournament in 1945 with Byron Nelson, Jug McSpaden, Ben Hogan and Sam Snead. Nelson took the tournament with a new world’s record of...

Golfing Legends at Broadmoor Club

Timber to Tees at Broadmoor Golf Club

Enterprising timber executives wanted to build something special in Seattle that existed now where else on the continent, whether in the United States or Canada.
Coming off World War I and a devastating influenza pandemic, these enterprising men made plans to create a private residential community that would wrap itself around 18 high-end fairways and greens, entice interested people to become homeowners and golf club members all at once...

The Golf Course

The Golf Course

Opening Day for Broadmoor Golf Course was April 16, 1927. The first drive was hit by President Sam Hedges with a “glistening silver embossed steel staff driver”. He split the first fairway with a “220 yard screamer”. The ball he hit on that first shot is on display in the trophy case at Broadmoor. Opening day included golf competition for women and men, including low net and long drive; however, “not more than one trophy per person” was stipulated! Plans were underway for an elegant $100,000 club house which opened a year and five days later.

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