Best of the Peninsula – Golf

Cedars at Dungeness was named the best local golf course in last year’s “Best of the Peninsula” poll by the Peninsula Daily News.

I’m not a golfer, the but course looks well groomed and has beautiful views. A pro shop serves the golfer’s needs. There’s a bar and grill, Stymie’s, that serves good food all day and into the evening, and a restaurant, Cedars at Dungeness, for a more upscale dining experience.

The golf course and restaurants are another business venture of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. So, of course, there is a totem pole. This one includes – what else? – a golf club. And a golfer friend points out golfing references to eagles and birdies carved into the pole.

5 thoughts on “Best of the Peninsula – Golf”

  1. The totem pole is so contemporary! All three photos certainly help me visualize the area and the activity: the beautiful greens, the golf clubs, and, of course, my favorite…the totem.

  2. It looks great. Golf is a wonderful excuse to be outdoors in beautiful places for four hours at a time. And, they reflect the area where they are built. This course looks nothing like a Florida or Arizona course, for example.

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