West Seattle Golf Course Hole #3

121 Yards Par 3 - When designing the course, Chandler Egan, saw four distinctively different par 3's. Each of the four holes are quite unique in that they not only point in all four directions of the compass but will require a different club for each hole. The third is the shortest hole but golfers are required to hit over Longfellow Creek to the small, crowned, push up green with two pot bunkers protecting it on the left. It is a classic short hole that you don't see designed in modern golf anymore. You can't help but think that Chandler Egan used the 8th hole at Royal Troon (The Postage Stamp) as his inspiration for this hole.