West Seattle Golf Course Hole #16

382 Yards Par 4 – Simply said, this is the longest 380 yard hole you will ever play and more so it is the most difficult hole on the course. This dogleg right uphill hole seemingly does not have a level lie anywhere. Your normal tee ball will travel 30-40 yards less because of the ridge cutting the fairway at the 150-yard post. The hole also challenges your club selection on your approach shot as the 30 feet of elevation gain to the green coupled with the uphill / side-hill lie often require two more clubs than the yardage would normally dictate. The fun does not end when you reach the green. Hole #16 boasts the most interesting and difficult green on the course. Three puts are the norm on this hard right to left sloping green. Use the backstop on the back of the green to deflect your ball back towards the hole. While you are waiting your turn to putt, turn around and enjoy the panoramic view of Seattle's skyline.