Golf is back in the Olympics and the FHGC is heading to the Olympic Course at Gold Mountain. Our next tournament is July 28, and the format is progressive best ball. Hopefully the members of Team A will carry their winning momentum to each of their new teams. Don't let the increased pressure of the last 6 holes sneak up on you!
Three big treats for our June tournament - The Classic, Team A vs. Team B match play format and Pac Island Grill. Our tournament chair has designed another special day of pressure and pleasure for our FHGC members. Food and drinks taste mo bettuh when you earn it through hard work!
Sailing over to Bremerton for May's tournament at the Gold Mountain Cascade course. Lots of golfers looking to cash in at one of our favorite venues. Seems like summer is here early, so we hope your game is in mid-season form!
This month the FHGC is heading down to Spanaway for a two man best ball tournament. Some golfers are already in good form and with the weather warming up, more will be sure to follow. Competition will be stiff and the fun plentiful.
Welcome to the FHGC's first tournament of 2016! After a long rainy winter, it's time to play some real golf! So dry yourself out, clean your sticks and just say yes to playing with us on Thursday, March 31st at the Capitol City Golf Club! First tee times are at 11:00 am.
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Golf season is almost here! The 2016 Schedule is posted so you can check out when we're playing your favorite courses. Our first tournament is March 31 at the Capitol City Golf Club. Looking forward to seeing everyone and great tournament schedule!
The 2016 season is winding down and October marks our last tournament. The FHGC promises to finish it off in style with a round of golf at picturesque Mt. Si Golf Course and later, our annual club dinner. Please note the early starting first tee time of 10:00 am to accommodate the dinner. The format is 2 man best ball by flights. The buy-in is $5 per player or $10 per team.
Just a quick jaunt down to Covington to play the scenic Druids Glen Golf Club. You know their greens are in much better shape than most of our lawns. August 20th, 11:00 am - we're playing Extreme Best Ball.
This month's tournament takes us back to the Gold Mountain Olympic course where we'll be playing the "No Stud, No Dud" format. Always an interesting twist to our team formats on one of the club's favorite courses.
Gold Mountain hosted the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship regional competition in May, so the course should be in great shape and ready for some challenging rounds!