Golf Course Overview
The Loomis Trail course, designed by famed Canadian designer Graham Cooke, was constructed with one of the best drainage systems in the region. This course, like Semiahmoo, is beautifully groomed and features bentgrass fairways and greens. Loomis Trail ranks at the top for year-round playability and an extensive lake system brings water into play on every hole. The course measures 7,137 yards from the back tees, carrying a USGA slope of 145 (one of the highest in the state) and a USGA rating of 75.1. Four sets of tees are also available to accommodate varying abilities. From the front tees the course measures 5,399 yards with a slope of 125 and a rating of 71.9.
Located a short drive from Skagit Valley Casino Resort, and adjacent to Semiahmoo Resort, Loomis Trail Golf Club and Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club offer guests the two top courses in Washington state. Two hours north of Seattle and one hour south of Vancouver, BC, Semiahmoo has a reputation as a top full-service destination resort with a tradition of great golf. Rated among the Top 100 Places to Play by Golf Digest in 2003, Semiahmoo and Loomis Trail offer premier back-to-back golf experiences within minutes of each other.
Loomis Trail Golf Club features a charming Tudor-style clubhouse that has been newly renovated. The clubhouse has a striking exterior color scheme, a state-of-the-art sound system and 16 guest rooms. Instruction is also available at Semiahmoo Resort-Golf-Spa. Guests can make appointments with PGA and Nike Tour Tournament player, Jeff Coston, who is Semiahmoo's director of instruction.
Loomis Trail Golf Club is open to the public on even days of the month. Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club is open to the public on the odd days of the month.