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2401 S 192nd St
Seatac, WA  98188-5134
United States

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Tyee Valley Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 5,926 yards | 119 slope

68.8 rating

Tyee Valley Golf Course

The 18-hole "Tyee Valley" course at the Tyee Valley Golf Course facility in Seatac, Washington features 5,926 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 68.8 and it has a slope rating of 119. Designed by Roy Moore, the Tyee Valley golf course opened in 1966. Mark Olson manages the course as the Owner.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed April 03, 2013

$12 dollars for a round of 18... You get what you pay for! If you are lucky enough to find your ball that somehow disapeared in the middle of the fairway, make sure you time your shots between the commercial jets flying directly over your head every couple minutes. I can't blame the owners for this inconvenience as it seems that the golf course was there before the airport (Seatac) expanded to it's current location, but the lack of pride that they (owner/s) seem to have in their golf course is reflected in every aspect of the course itself. When I wasnt searching for my ball in the fairway (I guess they like to keep the grass ankle high) I was searching for the next tee box, or trying to figure out what pin to aim for (there is no map, so I was just guessing where to aim when teeing off). Maybe it would be better if I went a second time, but I won't do it. 12 dollars a round makes this place overpriced, even if I was paid 12 dollars to golf here it would be overpriced!! I will never forget this place...

Reviewed January 14, 2013

I had fun here for $10. It's rough, but, I think it's much better maintained now than it was in 2k9. I had no trouble finding my balls, the tee off spots were groomed and well marked, and for the money it's a very difficult 9 holes. I was doing a morning nine, pretty early, and the door was locked when I got there, but there were some regular teeing off who told me to go ahead and play. When I was done, the guy was there and I paid and he was very friendly. Maybe it's a different guy or maybe he was having a bad day.

Reviewed May 23, 2010

Reviewed May 09, 2009

went here today (09 May 2009)I called first, asked how much it was for 18 holes, the guy said 12 bucks… What a deal I thought, so my 7 friends and I went thinking it would be a good experience…. When what should have happened, was when I called him, I should have asked why it was $12 bucks… we get there and the parking lot was almost empty at 2pm on a Saturday… should have been a clue right? Well we go in to this beat up shanty of a building to find an old man in there alone, who wasn’t exactly polite. We pay, and next to the counter are these two large barrels of balls, I thought was weird because they were dirty, for sale. I ignored it thinking that maybe they were range balls (they don’t have a driving range either.) So we set out to play, when we notice there are only nine holes… not 18… so you have to play the whole thing twice…. Stupid. But we make the best of it and tee off… to find that the grass hasn’t been cut for the most part, there are weed s everywhere and white blooming flowers on the weeds. This is the only golf course that I have ever been to that when you hit your ball on the fairway, you can’t find it… (now I know where those big barrels of balls came from) Even when you finally get on the green, there is dead grass and divots everywhere. We still make the best of it until we got to hole four… then we gave up scoring, due to everyone losing about 5 balls each. We finally quit at hole 7… (There wasn’t even a fairway to hole 8) we went back to the “shanty” to ask for our money back, we were informed that they don’t do that. My suggestion is never even try this course. If you are a red neck, who likes throwing beer cans around, and losing every ball you hit, this might be the place for you… otherwise I suggest you save your money.

Reviewed August 30, 2008


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Marcus J. 22 35 13 07/06/14
2 Eric P. N/A 41 41 09/15/08
3 Ron L. N/A 47 47 08/17/07
4 Ted B. 19 80 61 04/15/98
5 Harvinder C. 23 88 65 05/17/14
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Marcus J. 22 35 13 07/06/14
5 Harvinder C. 23 88 65 05/17/14

Golf Course Information

About Tyee Valley

Tyee Valley Golf Course

Golf Only facility

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Mark Olson, Owner
Gary Enholm, Superintendent
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